Yeap, I couldn’t help but purchase UD Vice Lipstick along with the Naked Heat palette. I was taken with the Vice range for quite some time, but I was scared by the number of shades and girls constantly gathering around them. So I looked at them for a couple of times at the store, but never bought any. This time I got attracted by the Fuel limited edition. I was sold on this one when I saw the first promo pictures on the Internet.
This year I’m obsessed with warm nude tones, although I was a huge fan of matte hues before. Now I tend to look for products with a glossy finish, which is surprising. The limited collection of the lipsticks is available in 3 shades. I was hooked by the Fuel shade, as it looked amazing against every skin type. Plus, it has a warm peachy beige finish, which I love. The other two shades were not my cup of tea.
I can’t help telling you about the packaging. The plastic box is so gorgeous, although all fingerprints are noticeable there. It is absolutely safe in a purse, as it won’t open. On the plus side, the lipstick doesn't have a potent smell. On sniffing it very closely, you can feel the smell of a regular lipstick. However, I don’t feel anything while wearing it on my lips.
It covers my natural lip color in the first go. Moreover, you can contour your lips easily without any lip liners. The shade looks a little bit different according to the lighting. It is utterly peachy or beige. It all depends. The shade is comfortable to wear. It feels like it moisturizes my lips a little during the day. Besides, it doesn’t transfer. It lasts around 4 hours and then I have to touch it up.
The color comes off gradually and absorbs into my lips in some way. Four hours of wear is good for a creamy formula and taking into account that I talk and drink too much throughout the day.
Left - one coat, right multiple coating.
A ruthless close-up
Selfie after all.
All in all, the product is perfect. It is a warm nude color and easy to use that is so good for on the go. Many girls are raving about the Urban Decay lipsticks for a reason. Now I’m looking forward to trying the 1993 shade.