This new line joins the already popular Revolution Lipstick range with a sheerer finish, ideal for Springtime; we have 10 of the existing colours that have been reformulated with an high-shine finish but the same creamy consistency that we are used to from Urban Decay.
The packaging - as expected - is stunning! The bullet comes in a lilac & purple tube, gorgeously faceted and embossed, that is a real act of pleasure to use and show off.
I received the Urban Decay Full Frontal Lipstick Stash Palette for Christmas and I like the original formulation but absolutely adore the sheer version even better; the product feels lightweight and comfortable on the lips and nourishing thanks to a blend of shea butter, jojoba, olive oil, babassu oil, vitamin E and vitamin C.
All the shades are wearable thanks to the 'discreet' finish and, although translucent on first application, they are pretty buidable too.
|l-r: walk of shame, liar, rapture|
Walk of Shame translates clear on my lips, adding just a hint of golden shimmer; it's perfect to simply dress your nude lips or to add a shiny top coat on top of another colour.
Liar is a neutral rose that will suit most skintones; it's the ideal daywear effortless shade to match any eyeshadow.
Rapture is another shade that I would classify neutral with plum undertones instead; real lovely and flattering on the lips.
|l-r: obsessed, ladyflower, streak|
Obsessed is a bubblegum pink with cool undertone; I don't usually suit cool pinks too well, but because of the light finish, I can wear this and it's the perfect compliment to a black smoky eye.
Ladyflower is a cool-toned medium pink, easy to wear both day & night.
Streak is probably my favourite shade from the collection; a warm pinky coral that add luminosity to the face.
|l-r: anarchy, slowburn, f-bomb, shame|
Anarchy is a bright fuchsia, also with a cool hint and fantastic pigmentation.
Slowburn is a warm orange-red and I found it to be the shade that delivered the most colour pay-off; I would't say that it is sheer, in fact but the finish makes it more wearable than a matte version, definitely.
F-Bomb is a cool-toned red, instead; like with Slowburn - it has great pigmentation with the added benefit of a balm consistency.
Shame is a berry/plum colour that looks really scary in the tube but it's stunning on the lips; I can see myself favourite this shade in autumn too!
The Spring Collection also includes Ultra Definition Powder Foundation, Naked Concealer, Mascara Ressurection, Mooniest Eyeshadow.
I love the Urban Decay Naked Skin face products so I was super excited when I heard about the Urban Decay Naked Skin Weightless Complete Coverage Concealer* - Concealers are a must-have in my daily routine, especially for my dark circles.
The product provides full coverage with a semi-matte finish. It's fantastically buidable without looking cakey, even after several layers; the formula is very light that settles quickly without creasing around the eyes.
It comes in 8 shades with also a selection of neutral or warm undertones; the packaging is very appealing too: it comes in a mini glass jar with a slimline, flexible applicator.
I'm well impressed! It certainly delivers on the 'weightless' & 'complete coverage' name and I love how it adds luminosity to the eye area - I wasn't expecting anything less, considering the great quality of the other Naked Skin products.
|l-r: medium-light neutral, medium neutral|
What are your thoughts on these new launches?