Read my original post on the UD Ocho Loco 24/7 Glide-On Pencil Set for more details.
Since the Urban Decay 24/7 Eye Pencils aren’t a new product, most UD fans are already aware of how great (at least that seems to be the general consensus) these items are. So I’ll spare you of the detailed review and tell you that the formula appears to be the same as you would always expect from UD. Some are more pigmented than others and as usual, the glittered ones feel a little different than the others (less creamy), but this has always been true. Here are my color swatches of each pencil in the set! Please note that these were taken without using the Flash as each test shot I took appeared to wash the color out. If I can get better shots in the future I will update!
Described as a grey taupe/brown metallic, it appears on my skin as a very neutral toned liner. On a paler or lighter skin-toned person this color may have a stronger coloring (more grey). Although it is creamy it may take more than one swipe to get a stronger line. This may be dependent on the users skin tone or the shadows being used.
Described as the blackest black matte, it applies creamy and very pigmented. For those that have not tried this color yet, it is much darker than Urban Decay Zero liner.
Described as bright eggplant, it has good pigmentation for a purple liner. It does appear to have a pink undertone to it, but this is consistent with the eye shadow of the same name.
Described as dark purple metallic, it appears more like a burgundy brownish color on my skin. Although not as creamy as Perversion, it has good pigmentation.
Described as deep green with gold shimmer, it has great pigmentation. I would say it has more of an Olive or muddy green coloring on my skin.
Described as medium metallic brown, it has good pigmentation.
Described as dark teal pearl with golden shimmer, the pigmentation is ok. You will need to go over it with another swipe if you want to deepen the color.
Described as navy with bright turquoise shimmer, this liner is probably the most disappointing. It does not apply well in one swipe. You will need to layer it, perhaps multiple times, to get a decent representation of the color. It reminds me of a very metallic eye shadow, where application requires patience to get the look you want (minus the fall-out issues). It’s not terrible, but it did not meet my initial expectations.
Grind House sharpener
Overall, I would definitely recommend this set more than any other item that has been released so far from the UD Holiday 2012 collection. As pointed out in my other post, even if you only like a few of these liners, you are getting 8 for the price of about 3, plus you receive a Grindhouse sharpener. You can always gift any liners you truly don’t want to one of your friends.