Wednesday, March 10th, 2010

Urban Decay Indecent Lipstick

The Spring Season: Urban Decay Indecent Lipstick

Urban Decay Lipstick Indecent ($22.00) is a semi-sheer, ultra glossy/shiny softened orange-coral with subtle champagne-gold shimmer. It’s so sheer and glossy that it almost looks more like a thin gloss than a lipstick. Urban Decay lipsticks have kind of a burnt caramel sugar scent and they don’t taste like much to me, though some with more refined tastebuds have noted it has an off-taste. They are moisturizing and last about four hours on my lips, though sheerer shades like Indecent seem to wear off a little faster than more opaque or heavier shades do!

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The Spring Season is a series of posts featuring my favorite soft beige, coral, and pink lipsticks and lipglosses — all perfect for the first blossom of spring — that runs through March 2010.

See photos and swatches…

Urban Decay Indecent Lipstick

Urban Decay Indecent Lipstick

Urban Decay Indecent Lipstick
Urban Decay Indecent Lipstick

Urban Decay Indecent Lipstick

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4 thoughts on “The Spring Season: Urban Decay Indecent Lipstick

  1. Kiera

    I really am thinking about getting this, I have a beauty mark on my lip that I love, but I always have gloss or lipstick on and you rarely can see it, but this color is sheer enough that yyou would be able to see it.

  2. Profile wp-user-avatar wp-user-avatar-60 alignnone photo of Ramneet neet

    i love this. I might buy it.

  3. civa

    this is gorgeous and fresh for spring!