Throw your hair up, put on some lipstick, and handle it. Oh yeah, I’m making that a thing (unless it already is). Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you, the UD Vice Liquid Lipsticks. May I say, if you haven’t tried them – well, what are you waiting for?
30 Shades, 2 Finishes
As is their reputation, Urban Decay has massive color ranges for their products. From pale nudes to midnight black, there is a color for everyone. Also, you can choose from different finishes. As for the Vice Liquid Lipsticks ($18 at Urban Decay), there are two finishes available, comfort matte and metallized. I picked up 3 shades, Firebird, Crimson, and Blackmail, which all have a comfort matte finish.
Normally, I gravitate towards matte finishes, because I hate reapplying lipstick during the day. For me, once it’s gone, it’s gone. I’m lazy, haha! Also, I tend to enjoy darker shades like deep pinks, berries, and reds, because I feel they suit my skin tone. To be different, I tried a really dark shade, Blackmail, and I just about scared my toddler. It was kinda funny. Note: I’m really bad at swatching liquid stuff. Sorries.
Colors, Oh the Colors!
Firebird is a cool-toned berry with a pearlescent finish.
Crimson is a neutral, deep red with a matte finish.
Blackmail is a warm-toned purple with a matte finish.
I have found that the lighter shades of the Vice Liquid Lipsticks apply more evenly and also feel more creamy on the lips. With Firebird and Crimson, I was able to comfortably wear them all day without feeling like my lips aged 50 years. However, with Blackmail, the formula dries out my lips throughout the day. It’s such a gorgeous shade though, so in the future, I’ll wear it with some lip balm underneath.
Application was easy, but it takes a while for the lipstick to dry. I’m sitting here 2 hours later, and still feel a tacky consistency on my lips. If you don’t like that feeling, you could set it with translucent powder. Works like a charm!
Of course, Crimson is my favorite, I mean come on. Adding to my collection, a gorgeous red that stays on all day, and the color stayed throughout my light meals. Usually, very oily meals break down lipsticks, so be wary.
Now, I’m trying out a new photo editing style and would like to know what you think. I manipulated the exposure a few points to add a light filtered effect. Do you like?
Have you tried any of the Vice Liquid Lipsticks? Which shades do you like?
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