Thursday, May 13, 2010

VERY OLD URBAN DECAY




I need your help!! I came across these two bottles of old Urban Decay polishes (more on how I got them later!) and one of them is missing the label. I am hoping one of you all might know the name of the blue one.


As you can see they were very dried out when I got a hold of them, but last night I started to work on them with thinner and ballz. I was shaking the blue one really vigorously when a hole broke on the side of the bottle, I was sprayed with blue polish in my face and on my arms! Never in my life have I had THAT happen, so anyway I had to transfer it to another bottle. I did some swatches of it below, the color was a tad darker in real life though.



8 comments:

Colette said...

Brooke, I recognize that blue (I have Uzi too, along with maybe a dozen other old UDs) & I feel like the name is on the tip of my tongue but can't quite remember ... I was going to say I'll check when I get home, then I remembered I have my stash on GoogleDocs LOL! I'm pretty sure it's Radium ... I'll try & remember to post a pic of my bottle when I get home for you to compare with =)

Brooke said...

COLETTE - Thanks! I can't stand not having names on polishes! I hope that you figured it out for me :)

Megan Harmeyer said...

Man! I can't believe you had a bottle break on you (literally). That, however, is a pretty blue.

imamakeupaddict said...

I'm definitely not positive, but I have an Urban Decay shadow that is very old and looks like the blue polish. It's called Envy. I'm not sure if the polish would have the same name, though. Ugh, sorry, not much help. Great color, though!

l0verlada said...

I also think it's Radium and boy is it pretty!

Scandalous said...

ooh love that! its so 90's

Arrianne said...

That's hilarious what happened with the bottle.

Lucy said...

Somebody must've dropped that bottle plenty of times and weakened it. I've never had that happen. Hope there isn't any glass in the leftovers. Pretty shade of blue.

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