Holiday Makeup Tutorial: MUA Noris Hiciano Creates Festive Look Using Urban Decay Heavy Metal Collection [VIDEO]

Modern art with an old-school metal edge? You got it! Urban Decay just launched their Heavy Metals Metallic Eyeshadow Palette and extended the shades in the Heavy Metal Glitter Eyeliner collection. The metallic shades of Urban Decay’s iconic eyeshadow is the brand first-ever all-metallic eyeshadow palette, housing 20 super- shimmery color.

The eyeshadow holds micro fine bits of iridescent sparkle that collide with intense, dreamy hues and lush 3-D, multi-dimensional metallics for an effect that’s out of this world. The eyeshadow feels like a cream but goes on like a powder to create a smooth, brilliantly reflective look. Housed in a killer lavender case that looks like it was smashed on one end creates a crushed metal effect. The palette slides open and comes equipped with a full-sized mirror for application on the go.

The UD's all new eyeliners are all the glitz of glam rock without the spandex or bad hair in one bottle. These new arresting shades of glitter are suspended in a clear base and apply with a tiny, precise brush. Paint thin lines with the tip of the brush, or sweeping color with the side of the brush for dramatic, jewel-encrusted eyes, you can even use it on your lips! Once dry, they will not budge - the glitter won't fall to your cheeks or transfer to your makeout partner's face. 

Noris Hiciano This season is all about GLITTER and more GLITTER. Makeup artist Noris Hiciano is ready for the holidays! She is sharing with Latin Times a metallic looks perfect for the festivities. Latin Times

The makeup brand also launched the Urban Decay Heavy Metal Meets Matte Lipstick Palette! When it comes to the creamy, addictive Vice Lipstick too much is never enough. You can indulge your vice with 12 must-have shades of vice lipstick, including 6 all-new shades ranging in finishes from matte to metalized. Wear shades individually or layer and mix shades and finishes for a completely customized look. No matter what you’re in the mood for, these limited-edition palettes have it all. Their proprietary Pigment Infusion System gives each shade its super-creamy texture, rich payout and superior color dispersion. 

Now it's time to rock out and create an amazing look for the holidays. Dominican makeup artist, Noris Hiciano from Glam MakeUp, created a dazzling look inspired in all the glitter and lights. "For the Cotton Candy Glitter Bomb Makeup Tutorial, I was inspired in Fun Fairs," said the makeup expert. "I remember when I was a child and used to get lost in the lights and get excited with the cotton candy. The glittery Urban Decay Holiday Collection also bring memories of my childhood at my grandma's house. My sister and I used to spend every Christmas at her home and playing with her glittery carousel under the tree." 

Watch the video tutorial and find below photos and the list of products used by the makeup artist from Glam MakeUp, Noris Hiciano:

Noris Hiciano Festive Metallic Makeup Idea To Rock Out During The Holidays Latin Times

Noris Hiciano Festive Metallic Makeup Idea To Rock Out During The Holidays Latin Times

Noris Hiciano Festive Metallic Makeup Idea To Rock Out During The Holidays Latin Times

  • PRODUCTS USED
  1. Urban Decay Naked Heat Palette
  2. ColourPop No filter Concealer
  3. Urban Decay Heavy Metal Palette
  4. Urban Decay Heavy Metal Glitter Eyeliner Midnight Cowboy
  5. NYX Liquid Eyeliner in Black
  6. Too Faced Better Than Sex Mascara
  7. Ardell Professional Mega Volume False Lashes
  8. Dose of Colors DesixKaty Fuego Highlighter
  9. ColourPop Virginia Liquid Lipstick
  10. Urban Decay All Nighter Setting Spray

All the Urban Decay products are available at Sephora's stores and online, Ulta, selected Macy’s stores, and at Urban Decay online store.

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Shirley Gomez has been exposed to many aspects of the art world. Besides being a Fashion Journalist, she studied Fashion Styling and Fashion Styling for Men at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City, Interior Design at UNIBE and Fashion Design at ITSMJ Fashion School in the Dominican Republic. She worked as a Fashion Journalist, Fashion Stylist and Social Media Manager at one of the most recognized magazines in the Dominican Republic, Oh! Magazine, as an occasional Entertainment Journalist, of the prestigious newspaper “Listín Diario”, as well as a fashion collaborator of a radio show aired in 100.9 FM SuperQ. When Shirley is not writing you can find her listening Demi Lovato or Beyonce's songs, decorating her apartment or watching Family Feud.

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