Urban Decay Vice Lipsticks Review.

Hello Gals,

Today I am going to quickly run you through the Urban Decay Vice Lipsticks, I found this 12 shade lipstick palette called Blackmail lipstick palette, and it is so beautiful, from the packaging to the intense colors simply pretty 😍

The palette comes in a range of colors and textures that gives you a choice to change your look everyday according to your mood. A mix of mega mattes, mattes, creams, shimmer and sheer. The bold hues immerse you in a wave of creativity. 

As you see it comes with a mirror and a little lip brush which makes this compact palette a travel friend!

Let’s check out some of my favorite shades 

The shade 714 of this palette is a mega matte texture :

As you can see in the photo above this bright red lipstick has a slight sheen which according to me is not really a matte effect, I would say rather a creamy texture, intensely pigmented and the color stays on and wears off beautifully.

I think this is my favorite shade ( I say “think” because I really can’t decide from the mesmerizing choice).. the name of this shade is Firebird and it is a creamy texture fushia-purple shade! I love this color and the texture is very comfortable, I must mention even though it looks sheer the formula is packed with pigment!

And finally an ombré using three shades of the palette.. Blackmail ( dark berry shade), Sheer Shame (cool berry shade) and 1993 ( medium brown).

I hope you enjoyed reading this, let me know if you have tried these and  which is your favorite shade! Hoping to get my hands on their new liquid lipsticks range, have you tried it yet?

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Article by : Mellissa Fernandes | Makeup Artist | 🇫🇷


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