Sellout VS Sin.
Who will come out on top?
Dun, dun, duuuuuuunnnnnnnnn!!!
Sellout is on the left. Sin is the second "strip" of eyeshadow from the bottom (Sorry I don't own it individually...)
Sellout just chillin' in the sunlight.
Sin is the second from the left. Also chillin' in the sun.
Sellout, Sin. In sunlight.
Sellout, Sin - another sunlight shot.
Sellout, Sin. Still trying to capture the shimmery, glowiness of them...
So, Urban Decay says that Sellout is a "pink champagne shimmer" whereas Sin is just a mere "champagne."
In their respective pans, they look almost identical, but on my skin, Sin is just a smidgen darker and more peachy colored than Sellout. When I went to purchase a "my lid but better" color in Ulta one day, I literally stood in front of the display for over ten minutes, trying to decide which one I wanted. I finally opted for Sellout because it was ever-so-slightly more shimmery in person. For example, the first time I wore it out, my hubby told me my eyes looked like pearls. It might sound like a weird compliment, but that's what I was going for. A subtle sheen that just made me look bright-eyed and glowy. Swoon!
They're both $17 for 0.05 oz.
The winner? Well, considering that I ended up purchasing Sellout first, I'd have to say Sellout....
But! When I saw Sin was in the Naked palette, I was super excited. I really hemmed and hawwed over which one to get, so I'm really happy that I have both of them now. I like to use Sellout by itself with black liquid eyeliner and I use Sin when I use the Naked palette, since, you know, they're kind of designed to go together.