Arm yourself. Urban Decay’s new Vice Lipstick Range has hit the scene, and this is one you won’t want to miss. The new Vice Lipstick Collection is the launch of a whole new lipstick collection, including a revamp of the old shades and packaging, with lots more
added. There are 100 Vices (meaning 100 shades to choose from), which includes many new shades, finishes and the all-new bullet shell inspired case.
Urban Decay teamed up with Ruby Rose to launch the new range, which is now known as the biggest lipstick launch ever. The 100 Vices includes existing shades, discontinued shades, limited edition colours and brand new hues. And yes, the new collection has it all: Bold brights, dark, sexy shades, as well as super-versatile neutrals. There is so much variety it’ll make your head spin with choice.
When the Vice lipsticks arrived* I was instantly a huge fan of the new packaging. The luxurious gunmetal case has a gold base with engraved lettering up the side. I tell you, they will look absolutely beautiful on your lipstick stand.
As well as the packaging,
I was overwhelmed with the shade range, just from seeing 5 of the lipsticks it was clear to see the variety buy accutane online that they are offering. I find all of the lipsticks and finishes pigment loaded that is very easy to lie down on the lips. Although the finishes are very different, from mega mattes to sheer shimmer, they are all super comfortable to wear due to the butter blend formula that comforts and hydrates the lips, leaving them soft and conditioned.
Here are the 5 shades I received:
Top – Bottom: Backtalk, 714, Big Bang, Firebird, Pandemonium
Backtalk – Comfort Matte (a very creamy/comfortable matte) – a super gorgeous matte-mauve nude pink
714 – Mega Matte (super-intense matte) – a true red that sits very comfortable as a matte with a lip liner
Big Bang – Metallized (cream with a high level of pearl) – a gorgeous bright pink shimmer with high pigmentation
Firebird – Cream (the original cream luxury) – a deep fuchsia cream
Pandemonium – Mega Matte (super-intense matte) – a bright intense purple
Urban Decay has fulfilled my expectations with this one. The new Vice Lipstick range is available for £15 each and is online at urbandecay.co.uk.
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