OPI has four new polishes: Off with her Red! (coral-ly red), Mad as a Hatter (clear with multi-colored glitter,) Absolutely Alice (teal/blue glitter suspended in a clear base,) and Thanks so Muchness (cool red metalic with a bit of red micro-glitter). Retail is $8.50.
Urban Decay's Alice in Wonderland shadow box has 16 shades.
None is new except Mushroom, a soft taupe. The rest of the shades are UD regulars like Polyester Bride, Chopper, and Oil Slick. They've been renamed to go with the movie.
The set contains 16 eyeshadows (left to right, top to bottom):
-Queen (Last Call)
-White Rabbit (Polyester Bride)
-Wonderland (Maui Wowie)
-Midnight Tea Party (Midnight Cowboy Rides Again)
-Drink Me Eat Me (Sin)
-Mad Hatter (Twice Baked)
-Jabberwocky (Oil Slick)
There are also two travel-size 24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencils in Zero (black) and Flipside (teal), and a trial-size Eyeshadow Primer Potion in Sin (champagne shimmer). Retail is $52, and they're flying out of the store.
You see my dilemma. I just bought a bottle of Primer Potion in Sin. I also just bought UD's Book of Shadows II. And really, the amount of glittery eye shadow I need or would be likely to wear would fit on the head of a pin.
It's just that ... I love the Alice books. So of course I love this stuff. Last summer I visited the Alice shop in Oxford and pored over everything in the store. I mean, I covet the OPI display, let alone the polishes. And what about that adorable pop-up packaging on the eye shadow box? Is that cute or what?
And you just know that if I don't pounce, they'll sell out and then the collection will only be available on eBay. For $200.
Luckily, I have a 13-year-old daughter, so I can buy these items and pretend I'm doing it for her.
(You'll never guess what her name is.)