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If you saw on Valentine’s Day, Urban Decay sent me a VERY cute PR package that included the Naked palette plus these 5 nude lipsticks. Probably one of the best PR package I’ve received from them because I love nude lipsticks and I actually don’t own the Naked palette until now. Only missing the Naked 3 palette now.
I won’t be going into depth about the Naked palette because I’m sure you’ve read so many reviews on it. But today it’s all about the Vice Lipstick Nude lipsticks. Urban Decay Vice Collection has over 100 different lip shades. Crazy right?
Because Urban Decay Vice Lipsticks come in so many different shades I prefer to stick to the browns, beige, and mauve. Unless it’s for everyday wear I do LOVE a good nude lipstick.
Urban Decay Vice Lipsticks
The colors are also so pigmented. With one swipe you’re pretty much good. Urban Decay’s Vice collection comes in different lipstick finishes which is good for those who don’t like certain finishes.
Mega Matte – super intense matte
Comfort Matte – creamiest matte
Cream – their original, creamy badass luxury
Metalized – cream with a high level of pearl
Sheer – a punch of color with a sheer, shiny finish
Sheer Shimmer – slightly transparent finish with floating pearl and a smooth texture
Overall the pigmentation of the lipsticks is there. Although the shade Grubby is more of a semi-sheer pigmentation so it did take 2 applications to get the color to show up on my lips. The formula really depends on the finish. They apply smoothly, creamy, and evenly. It’s comfy on my lips even the matte formulas and that’s because they do contain ingredients like aloe vera, jojoba, avocado and babassu oils, so that’s always good for me because I have dry lips.
I would have to say my favorite shades from the ones I’ve received are Stark Naked, 1993, Naked and Backtalk. Grubby not so much because I can’t see myself wearing it. I think it’s because it doesn’t work well with my skin complexion.