Urban Decay Little Vices is a limited edition lip palette that retails for $25.00 and contains 0.15 oz.
Urban Decay Little Vices Lipstick Kit ($25.00 for 0.15 oz.) contains five travel-sized lipsticks with two exclusive shades (Double Crossed and Mad) and one just-released shade (Love Drunk). The three shades that have been released before were consistent with their full-sized versions. Mad was the weakest in the set, as it was sheer and patchier, and would be most suitable for use as a layering shade as a result. I liked the set overall and think that if the shades appeal, but the Metallized shades still under-performed (consistent with the permanent line).
Full-sized Vice Lipsticks retail for $17.00 for 0.11 oz. or $154.55/oz. The set contained 0.15 oz. worth of lipsticks or $23.18 worth of product--I was actually surprised it wasn't priced at $20 (Urban Decay is usually pretty reliable for value-packed sets). On the flip side, for less than the cost of two full-sized lipsticks, you would be getting five shades, and as long as you're not someone who tends to finish lipsticks quickly, the set would still be worth checking out.
Experiment with everything from brights to neutrals in three finishes (cream, comfort matte, and metallized). Just one swipe provides a big laydown of color. UD’s proprietary Pigment Infusion System™ gives each shade its super creamy texture, rich payout, and superior color dispersion. Each shade comes in a smaller version of UD’s faceted Vice Lipstick case. This time, the case is gold with a black base. And just like UD’s full-size bullet, the teardrop shape provides a precise application every time.