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Urban Decay Revolution Lipsticks (Warm Pinks)

Urban Decay Fiend Lipstick
Urban Decay Fiend Lipstick

In this next look at Urban Decay Revolution Lipstick ($22.00 for 0.09 oz.), we’re featuring several of the warmer pink shades available in the range. Please see part one for a more in-depth review of the formula overall.

Fiend Lipstick ($22.00) is described as a “muted rose.” It’s a subdued, medium rosy pink with a luminous sheen. It had rich, full color coverage and applied smoothly and evenly. Fiend wore four hours on me. Bobbi Brown nude Rose is darker, less pink. Giorgio Armani Blush is warmer, more beige. MAC Elegant Accent is warmer. Chanel Hyde Park is brighter, pinker. Bobbi Brown Pink Peony is slightly darker. See comparison swatches.

Native Lipstick ($22.00) is described as a “pale pink.” It’s a warm-toned, light-medium pink with a glossy sheen. It had opaque color payoff, and it applied evenly for the most part, but the lighter color did make it more apparent if you pressed your lips together–you could see very faint lines at times. It wore for three and a half hours on me. NARS Bolero is warmer, lighter, matte. MAC You’re Perfect Already is cooler-toned, lighter. MAC Dreaminess is lighter. MAC Vivid Imagination is pinker. MAC Please Me is cooler-toned, darker. MAC Haute Altitude is darker. Burberry Tulip Pink is more muted. Bobbi Brown Miami Coral is slightly warmer.
See comparison swatches.

Naked Lipstick ($22.00) is described as a “nude-pink.” It’s a warm, medium pink with a luminous sheen. It had mostly opaque color, and it wore well for four hours on me. NARS Bolero is more matte, lighter. MAC Mehr is darker, more matte.
Burberry Tulip Pink is lighter. Bobbi Brown Miami Coral is warmer. See comparison swatches.

Rush Lipstick ($22.00) is described as a “pink-mauve.” It’s a muted, medium rosy pink with a soft shine. It had full color coverage and applied well, and it lasted for four hours when I wore it. Tom Ford Indian Rose is slightly darker. Bobbi Brown Nude Rose darker. Giorgio Armani Blush is warmer, lighter. MAC Mehr is more matte. See comparison swatches.

Fiend
Fiend
Native
Native
Naked
Naked
Rush
Rush

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Urban Decay Revolution Lipsticks (Cool Pinks)

Urban Decay Jilted Lipstick
Urban Decay Jilted Lipstick

In this next look at Urban Decay Revolution Lipstick ($22.00 for 0.09 oz.), we’re featuring several of the cooler-toned pinks available in the range. Please see part one for a more in-depth review of the formula overall.

Jilted Lipstick ($22.00) is described as a “deep fuchsia shimmer with blue shift.” It’s a vibrant, brightened fuchsia-red with iridescent shimmer and a soft sheen. The consistency is thinner than other shades in the range, and it had mostly opaque color coverage, but there was a very, very subtle translucency that gave this shade a stain-like appearance. It lasted for six and a half hours well and left behind a stain for another two hours. Givenchy Fuchsia Irresistible is cooler-toned, less red. Guerlain Girly has less shimmer. NARS 413 BLKR is more matte. NARS Jardin des Plantes is lighter. Guerlain Gigi is lighter, less shimmery. Guerlain Champs-Elysees is pinker. OCC Queen is less shimmery. See comparison swatches.

Anarchy Lipstick ($22.00) is described as a “bright fuchsia.” It’s a bold, vibrant fuchsia-magenta with cool, blue undertones and a glossy sheen. It’s incredibly pigmented with opaque color in a single stroke. The consistency is creamy enough that it glides on readily but doesn’t slide around or feather outside the natural lip line. It wore for six hours well and left a fuchsia stain for another hour or so. Maybelline Electric Fuchsia is similar. Maybelline Fuchsia Flash is slightly less blue-based. Maybelline Hot Plum is a touch darker. MAC Dear Diary is lighter. MAC Night Blooming is purpler. MAC Show Orchid is darker, shimmery. MAC Pink Pigeon is more matte. MAC Daddy’s Little Girl is more subdued. MAC Candy Yum Yum is brighter. OCC Nylon is brighter and lighter. See comparison swatches.

Obsessed Lipstick ($22.00) is described as a “bright baby pink.” It’s a subtly, cool-toned cotton candy pink with a luminous sheen. It had good color payoff, and the consistency had slightly more slip than some of the other shades, so it can get streaky if too much is applied. It wore for four hours when I tested it. MAC Raspberry Swirl is lighter, cool-toned. Maybelline Pink Pop is brighter, bluer. MAC Divine Choice is similar. MAC Pink Nouveau is bluer-based. OCC Narcissus is purpler. OCC Femme is lighter, warmer. See comparison swatches.

Turn On Lipstick ($22.00) is described as a “rosy pink.” It’s a vibrant, cool-toned, medium pink with a luminous sheen. It had rich, full color coverage, and it applied evenly and smoothly. Turn On wore well for five hours when I tested it. MAC Speak Louder is darker. Chanel Insolente is warmer. Bobbi Brown Wild Rose is more muted, darker. See comparison swatches.

Jilted
Jilted
9.5
Product
9.5
Pigmentation
9.5
Texture
10
Longevity
5
Application
97%
Total
Anarchy
Anarchy
Obsessed
Obsessed
9
Product
9.5
Pigmentation
9
Texture
8.5
Longevity
4.5
Application
90%
Total
Turn On

Urban Decay Revolution Lipsticks (Reds & Oranges)

Urban Decay 69 Lipstick
Urban Decay 69 Lipstick

Urban Decay Revolution Lipstick ($22.00 for 0.09 oz.) is back with a new and improved formula (as well as packaging). Urban Decay’s bringing back lipstick, and they’re doing in in a major, major way with twenty-two shades from bold, bright, and wickedly vibrant to soft, subdued, and natural. The formula is creamy, lightweight, and glides on with nearly full color coverage in a single pass. They wear anywhere from four to seven hours, with some leaving behind a stain for another one to two hours. The lighter shades tended to wear around four hours, while deeper and bolder shades lasted an average of six hours. The creamy consistency is comfortable to wear but doesn’t bleed or feather, while the formula itself is moisturizing. I didn’t detect any scent or flavor! This post focuses on the red and orange shades within the range.

69 Lipstick ($22.00) is described as a “bright red with pink undertone.” It’s a bold, brightened medium-dark red with subtle cool undertones and a creamy finish. It was richly pigmented and lasted for six and a half hours, and it did leave a stain behind. Edward Bess Eternal Passion is very slightly lighter. Chanel Dialogue is more muted. Giorgio Armani Red Fuchsia is similar. NYX Chic Red is more matte. MAC Everyday Diva is warmer. MAC Ronnie Red is darker, more matte. Guerlain Gwen is slightly darker. Guerlain L’Heure Bleue is more shimmery. See comparison swatches.

F-Bomb Lipstick ($22.00) is described as a “classic red.” It’s a neutral-warm, medium red with a glossy shine. It looks warm on me, but it looks somewhat cool or neutral in the tube, so this may turn warmer/cooler depending on your undertones. It had rich, full color coverage and wore for six hours well. NARS Mysterious Red is matte. Maybelline Infra-red is warmer. MAC Red Racer is similar. MAC Must Be Red is more muted. MAC Cockney is warmer. See comparison swatches.

Catfight Lipstick ($22.00) is described as a “pink-fuchsia with slight red undertone.” It’s a pinky-red–almost a warm fuchsia–but it is still slightly cool-toned that is finished with a creamy shine. It had intense, full color coverage, and it wore well for six and a half hours. It also left behind a stain for another hour or so. Givenchy Fuchsia Irresistible #205 is cooler-toned, more fuchsia. Revlon Sorbet is sheerer, lighter. Tom Ford Aphrodisiac is cooler-toned. Guerlain Girly is cooler-toned. NARS Jardin des Plantes is shimmery. MAC Moxie is more matte. MAC Impassioned is lighter. Guerlain Gigi is a touch lighter. Guerlain Gourmandise is similar. See comparison swatches.

Bang Lipstick ($22.00) is described as a “bright orange-red.” It is rich in color and intensely pigmented with fully opaque color and a soft, luminous sheen. It wore well, lasting six and a half hours, and left behind a soft stain. Maybelline Orange Edge is slightly redder. Maybelline Vibrant Mandarin is also slightly redder. Maybelline Electric Orange is lighter. MAC Fashion Nomad is lighter. MAC Scarlet Ibis is more matte, a touch redder. MAC Sail La Vie is similar. MAC Morange and MAC Neon Orange are lighter. MAC Lady Danger is more matte. Buxom Rogue is similar. OCC Psycho is a touch browner and more matte. See comparison swatches.

Streak Lipstick ($22.00) is described as a “coral pink.” It’s a warm-toned, coral-pink with a glossy shine. It had rich, full color coverage, and the consistency seemed slightly slicker than other shades.  It has a tendency to create “lines” if you press your lips together, so it could look somewhat streaky (ha, ha) if you aren’t careful. This shade wore well for four hours. Chanel Saga is warmer, lighter. Chanel Liaison is similar, less shine. NYX Stella is pinker. MAC Elegant Accent is darker, brighter. MAC Flamingo is slightly lighter. MAC Betty Bright is a touch lighter. See comparison swatches.

69
69
F-Bomb
F-Bomb
Bang
Bang
Streak
Streak
9.5
Product
10
Pigmentation
9
Texture
8.5
Longevity
4.5
Application
92%
Total

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Urban Decay Fall 2013 Launches: Revolution Lipstick, Lip Pencils, Nail Polish, and More!


Revolution Lipstick ($22.00)

Tired of high-tech lipsticks that suck all the moisture out of your lips? Us too! So we created an addictively luxe formula with insane color payoff. Urban Decay launches Revolution Lipstick, a classic, creamy formula you’ll love wearing—with the signature Urban Decay pigment-rich color you crave. This is rich, buttery lipstick at its best—intense pigment plus creamy shine. You’ll love EVERYTHING about it, from the act of applying it to the way it feels on your lips. Revolution Lipstick applies smoothly (without dragging or skipping) and hugs your lips. And the pigment load is amazing! Just one swipe gives you a BIG lay down of color.

  • Shame Deep berry
  • Venom Bright plum
  • Jilted Deep fuchsia shimmer with blue shift
  • Anarchy Bright fuchsia
  • Turn On Rosy pink
  • F-Bomb Classic red
  • 69 Bright red with pink undertone
  • Catfight Pink-fuchsia with slight red undertone
  • Bang Bright orange-red
  • Streak Coral pink
  • Manic Soft wine
  • Rapture Dusting rose
  • Rush Pink-mauve
  • Fiend Muted rose
  • Native Pale pink
  • Obsessed Bright baby pink
  • Liar Pinky brown nude
  • Naked Nude-pink
  • Naked2 Medium beige-nude
  • Lovelight Pale peachy-pink shimmer
  • Protest Sheer peachy nude (Exclusive to UrbanDecay.com)
  • Strip Sheer medium mauve-nude (Exclusive to UrbanDecay.com)

24/7 Glide-On Lip Pencil ($19.00)

Smooch. Pout. Smack. Nibble. Lick. 24/7 Glide-On Lip Pencil stays put through everything (and we mean EVERYTHING) you do. And choosing the right shade has never been easier! To coincide with the launch of our new Revolution Lipstick, Urban Decay announces the relaunch of our Lip Pencil—with a brand-new shade range. Don’t worry…Ozone (our clear shade) is still in the lineup, along with a revamped version of Naked. All the other shades are NEW! 24/7 Glide-On Lip Pencil primes AND defines—for long-lasting lip color and clean lines. When you use our formula to fill in your lips completely, it primes them for lipstick or gloss, grabbing on to color to help it last. Part of the 24/7 family, this long-lasting, waterproof formula glides on smoothly, stays creamy and prevents your favorite lip products from feathering out of bounds.

  • Venom Rich plum
  • Jilted Deep fuchsia-pink
  • Anarchy Bright fuchsia
  • Turn On Rose-pink with soft pearl
  • 69 Classic red
  • Bang Bright orange-red
  • Streak Coral pink with soft pearl
  • Deep Warm brown-nude
  • Manic Rosy wine
  • Rush Pink-mauve with soft pearl
  • Native Pale pink
  • Obsessed Baby pink
  • Liar Mauve-nude
  • Naked Nude-pink
  • Naked2 Medium beige-nude
  • Ozone Clear

Brow Box ($29.00)

If maintaining your brows involves a small army of products and a sizable amount of real estate in your bag, you need the Brow Box by Urban Decay. This best-selling (and newly redesigned) kit fits in the palm of your hand and contains all the essentials for amazing brows. Each set include two shades of silky brow powder, perfecting/setting wax, high-quality metal mini tweezers (they really work!), two mini angled brushes, and two mirrors (one of them magnifies so you won’t miss a single stray!).

  • Brown Sugar Dark brown/light brown
  • Honey Pot Dark blonde/light blonde

Nail Color ($15.00) (Limited Edition)

We hear rabid fans resort to all kinds of extreme measures in the name of acquiring a long-ago-discontinued favorite shade of our nail polish. (Rumor has it some colors have fetched obscene sums upwards of $60 on eBay!) Enough with the insanity–UD polish is back and better than ever. Introducing Nail Color from Urban Decay. Ultra sophisticated and EXTREMELY limited edition, these gorgeous, decadent (and very UD) colors feature complex shade work, super-rich pigments and dynamic micro-sparkle. Each fall and spring, Wende and our product development team will handpick two new shades that reflect their take on the season. Our first launch features two iconic UD colors any self-respecting beauty junkie will want in their collection. But get them soon–because once they’re gone, they’re gone for good.

  • Vice Rich, deep purple with red and blue micro-shimmer
  • Addiction Smoky, metallic gunmetal with multidimensional, high-shine micro-sparkle

Naked Skin Ultra Definition Pressed Finishing Powder ($34.00)

Urban Decay launches Naked Skin Ultra Definition Finishing Powder. It’s the next evolution in Naked Skin: an addictively silky, weightless finishing powder with a luminous, demi-matte Naked finish. Designed to be virtually invisible on your skin, our high-tech formula blends flawlessly to set makeup and cut shine. Optical blurring pigments instantly minimize imperfections, diminish shine and create stunning soft-focus effect that looks professional retouched. Unlike powders that leave skin looking chalky or cakey, Naked Skin Finishing Powder gives you a radiant complexion and natural-looking Naked coverage. Apply it right after your foundation to set your makeup or use it throughout the day to touch-up.

  • Naked Light Works well with shades 0.5-3.0
  • Naked Medium Light Works well with shades 2.0-4.0
  • Naked Medium Works well with shades 4.5-6.5
  • Naked Medium Dark Works well with shades 6.0-8.0
  • Naked Dark Works well with shades 8.0-12.0

B6 Vitamin-Infused Complexion Prep Spray ($33.00)

Just when our high-tech Makeup Setting Sprays were getting a little lonely on the shelf, our product development team had the brilliant idea to create an antioxidant-rich prep spray. In an exclusive partnership with SKINDINÄVIA, Urban Decay launches B6 Vitamin-Infused Complexion Prep Spray. This scientifically advanced formula contains the FIRST stabilized form of vitamin B6, which absorbs oil, minimizes pores and reduces redness. Spritz it on any time of day to hydrate, prep and soften your skin with vitamins and antioxidants. Use it in the morning to prep and “wake up” your skin, during the day to refresh your skin (without messing up your makeup), or at night before your treatment. Versatile enough for people of all ages and skin types (MEN included!), this energizing formula is great for your skin AND it feels amazing. And the more you use it, the better the results!

Anti-Aging Eyeshadow Primer Potion ($24.00)

With more than 4,800 5-star reviews on urbandecay.com (and counting), our Eyeshadow Primer Potion has a bit of a cult following. And now we’ve thought of a way to make one of our all-time best-selling products even better. Introducing a new ANTI-AGING version of Eyeshadow Primer Potion. Now you can get 24 hours of vibrant, crease-free shadow plus SERIOUS benefits. Our anti-aging Eyeshadow Primer Potion not only locks shadow in place to give you vibrant, crease-free color that lasts all day; it also measurably improves the signs of aging over time.

Availability: 7/9 at urbandecay.com; Sephora, ULTA, and Macy’s July 2013

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Chanel Delice (78) Joues Contraste Powder Blush

Chanel Delice (78) Joues Contraste Powder Blush
Chanel Delice (78) Joues Contraste Powder Blush

Chanel Delice (78) Joues Contraste Powder Blush ($43.00 for 0.14 oz.) is a pale, aqua-shimmered white highlighter. In the promo photos, it looked more minty green, and in real life, it looked nearly white except for a very faint hint of green–but at a glance, it looked mostly white. Giorgio Armani Moonlight White #1 is similar. Chanel Lumiere Sculptee de Chanel is less shimmery. See comparison swatches.

I worried that such a pale color would turn chalky or ashy against my medium skin tone, but it actually worked quite well as a highly reflective, shimmered highlighter, so I was happy to see it will be something that not just very fair complexions can use. The texture was soft, finely-milled, and easy to blend on the skin. In the photo below, I wore it on top of my cheek bones and lightly on my nose and brow bone. It is somewhat buildable, so you can go from a very translucent, almost finishing-like effect to a more obvious shimmer-sheen finish (like I wore on cheeks). A heavier application did emphasize pores slightly that was visible at a close distance but not from afar, while a lighter application gave a soft all-over glow without emphasizing any imperfections. It lasted well for seven hours, and after eight hours, it looked slightly patchy.

Delice (78)
Delice (78)
9
Product
10
Pigmentation
9
Texture
7.5
Longevity
5
Application
90%
Total

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Hare Polish What I Wore to the Revolution & Teen Queen Nail Lacquers

Hare Polish What I Wore to the Revolution Nail Lacquer
Hare Polish What I Wore to the Revolution Nail Lacquer

Hare Polish What I Wore to the Revolution Nail Lacquer ($10.00 for 0.50 fl. oz.) is described as a “blend of matte and satin hexes and squares in black, hot pink, and hot orange [with] sparkling silver shimmer.” There are black, red, and orange hexagon and square-shaped glitters in small and medium sizes. There is also silver sparkle in the background. All of the glitters are suspended in a clear base. The mixture reminds me of Las Vegas, actually. China Glaze Razzle Me, Dazzle Me is the only shade I could think of that had a similar feel, but the composition is rather different. See comparison swatches. I wore one coat layered over Revlon’s Rose Quartz, a dirty gold with a pink duochrome sheen (but very subtle), and then I applied two coats alone on my thumb nail so you can get a feel for the density/opacity on its own. It had good coverage in one coat and spread out fairly evenly.

Teen Queen Nail Lacquer ($10.00 for 0.50 fl. oz.) is described as a mix of “neon blue glitter and satin baby pink hex and square glitter in several sizes [with] blue shimmer.” It’s a mix of brightened, almost cyan, blue and pink glitters–the pink ones seem to be primarily the larger square and hexagon-shaped glitters, while the blue is across sizes. There’s an iridescent blue shimmer that dances in the background. All of the glitters are suspended in a clear base. I applied one coat over Color Club’s Over the Moon, and then I applied two coats of it alone on my thumb nail. China Glaze Pizzazz is more multi-colored. See comparison swatches.

A-

Permanent

9
Product
10
Pigmentation
9
Texture
9
Longevity
4.5
Application
92%
Total
Teen Queen
Teen Queen
A

Permanent

9.5
Product
10
Pigmentation
9.5
Texture
9
Longevity
5
Application
96%
Total