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New for fall from Urban Decay are three new shades of lipstick ($22.00 each). All three have a satiny, slightly glossy finish, and they feel very moisturizing on the lips. They smell sweetly scented — I think I detected a bit of caramel-ness to it, too. Ever since Urban Decay launched their lipstick line, I’ve always been a huge admirer of the creative packaging. I still love it, but it has to be some of the more impractical packaging I’ve come across, just because the label is on the “top” but the daggers are out of the bottom (which don’t stand very nicely). But I really do love it anyway. It’s just so beautiful to look at.
Both Oil Slick and Confession should be worn with a lip liner (clear or otherwise), or you could wear this with Urban Decay’s new Lip Primer Potion ($20.00). I haven’t yet tried it, but I’m planning to see how the two work together later on (and will definitely post some comparisons for you all, too). These two shades tend to settle into natural lip lines and may bleed, too, without the proper base!
Naked is my new obsession, though. It’s absolutely stunning on lips. It’s totally my-lips-but-better (MLBB) and yet way more complex and interesting than just MLBB. It’s this glossy pinky color with gold shimmer/sparkle. I feel like I’m wearing a lip color that brightens my whole face without anyone really having a clue I’m wearing any. This shade really grabbed me from the get-go, even if it’s not necessarily a unique or eye-catching (hey, it’s no hot pink!).
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These past few weeks have been awfully busy, and I’m so excited to finally be able to share the news! We’ve put together a detailed, fully searchable database of past and present MAC Cosmetics products.
There are several really cool ways you can view products: by collection (1996 to present), by year (1996 to present), by product finish (e.g. matte, satin, etc.), by product type (e.g. lipstick, skincare, etc.), and by status (e.g. permanent, limited edition, discontinued, or PRO). Going forward, one major feature will be that the database will be cross-referenced with the Temptalia Gallery so you can simply click to view a photo (if there is one). Otherwise, the database is ready for your perusal!
As always, this is a beta release, so please be sure to e-mail us (or leave a comment on this post) if you spot any errors. (Including missing products/collections/information.)
Thank you, and please let us know what you think!
P.S. – The boy coded the database, I did the data portion! That’s the “we” — the dynamic duo 😉
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