When OPI came out with their Alice in Wonderland nail polish collection, I knew I had to get my hands on these. In particular, the two glittery ones, Absolutely Alice, and Mad as a Hatter were so attention drawing and one of a kind, and I never owned anything in my collection similar to those. I rushed to my local Ulta on the first day of release, but sadly they were all sold out! Now I know, girls in my area are crazy about pretty stuff that I like too! hahaha :p The Ulta girl told me that they were going to have a new stock coming in the coming Thursday, but I know I couldn't wait any longer, so I went ahead and ordered two sets of the minis on Amazon, one for myself, and the other for a very dear friend :) I figured the set will let me try out all the colors (4 of them) in the collection.
Here I am with Mad as a Hatter on my nails:
The chunky glitters made them kind of hard to spread across my nails evenly, and it was also hard to remove the glitters that accidentally got on my cuticles :T Plus these colors are so sparkly and vibrant, definitely not very work friendly :p Nevertheless, they are so fun and too pretty to pass up!
Also, Urban Decay came out with its special edition Alice in Wonderland Book of Shadows. I've never owned any Urban Decay book of shadows before, and thought this would be a great place to start! Sadly, Urban Decay's website sold out of its own BOS the day of its release. So a few days later when Sephora finally had it in stock, I ordered it right away, fearing that it might be gone again very soon.
Sephora haul: Urban Decay Alice in Wonderland Book of Shadows,
and an Ed Hardy Sephora tote as a free gift.
This eyeshadow palette is so delicately made with my favorite pop-up design that opens up the scenes of Alice in Wonderland, along with a pretty decently sized mirror.
The eyeshadow drawer pulls out to 16 brilliantly colored shadows, two 24/7 eyeliners, and a mini bottle of Urban Decay Primer Potion -- which I have never tried before and was always curious about it. A lot of the colors are pretty neutral and are suitable for everyday wear.