The Urban Decay Rollergirl Palette was the company's summer palette last year and when it went on sale around the holidays I added it to my Christmas List since I have a well established compulsion to BUY ALL THE URBAN DECAY PALETTES!!!! I've had the palette since then and sadly I haven't really touched it. I mean, what the hell am I going to do with a bright ass pink shadow, I would ask myself, let alone the shades all having shimmer in them. So a few days ago I made myself sit down and figure out how to incorporate all 4 Rollergirl shades into one look and still be able to walk out of the house. To see what I came up with, take the jump!
I've really been taken lately with using bright colors where I would traditionally use a transition color. So before I did anything else, I took a fluffy blending brush and applied Woodstock in that space between my crease and brow bone. Then I applied Suspect which is a gorgeous nude, my lid but better shade all over my lid. After that I took Darkhorse and patted that in the outer corner and blended it a bit into the crease. Finally, I blended a bit of Verve into my inner corner. Verve is a shade I had to be careful with as it's very frosty, so I used the tiniest dab of it.
I pretty much mirrored what I did on the top lid to my bottom lashline with Suspect all over, Darkhorse on the other corner, Verve on the outer corner, and Woodstock blending the shades out on the outer half. I also line my top lashline with included 24/7 Pencil in Whiskey.
Something about all these colors do wonders for my brown eyes. Don't know what it is, but I love it! And when you blend Woodstock out really well, it really warms up your look irregardless of it being so bright in the pan. If you've been having trouble making the Rollergirl Palette wearable, or any brighter color for that matter, hopefully this can give you some idea of where you might start.