Urban Decay • Lipstick • Lipstick
|Would buy this product again.||79%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
i got Confession which is a dark berry color that is perfect for the winter and Pistol pinky-brown with light shimmer, color actually more of like my natural lips. I got them for 3$ on their website but i will never pay 22$ for them, they are good but nothing special. The packaging looks bulky and just too big for the amount of product you get but anyway i would get more colors if they had.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Blond, Straight, Medium Eyes: Blue
Disappointed in these. The colors are beautiful! No bad scent what so ever, did they reformulate? However, they are horrible as a stick. Way too soft, it leans to the side after one or two applications and gets on the packaging. Because of this the staying power is bad. I have 6 shades and only one, more on the matte side, is OK. I got mine on sale for $8, and I wouldn't repurchase even at that price. I'd be really upset if I paid full price. I can think of better drugstore formulas.
*edit* The sword handle broke off of two of my lipsticks and I can't even open them now. I kept them in a purse that I don't even use that often, so it's not like they've gotten misused. I'm sure there is some way to pry the top off, but these were such a dud it's not even worth it for me.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Other Eyes: Green
I looove Urban Decay products! I have this in Hotpants which is a bright pink w silver in it I wouldn't call it silver sparkles per say more like a very slight frost effect that is absolutley GORGEOUS! Personally I like the scent and taste of this lipstick, I would describe it as smelling and tasting like cotton candy It lasts and lasts and lasts and well you get it haha This will last for hours on end and I've even had it go through dinner! The packaging is fantastic and will def stand out from other lipsticks, it doesnt look like a cheap basic boring tube It's funky with its cap being clear w purple swirls and designs and the case is a bright shiny purple w the dagger on the end. I haven't encountered any probs. w my lipstick ( ie melting, bitter taste etc.) I will def repurchase this color again and I can't wait to get more colors! i would also def reccomend to a friend Happy Shopping! =^.^=
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Curly, Coarse Eyes: Brown
I initially really liked all the Urban Decay lipsticks I had, but I grew to hate them over time. I thought the texture was creamy, but they ended up getting very gloppy in texture. It became difficult to even out the color when I applied it. The fragrance is also disgusting. I usually try to ignore that kind of thing even though I am sensitive to smells, but it was just too off-putting after awhile.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Oily, Fair, Cool Hair: Red, Straight, Medium Eyes: Blue
I LOVE UD lipsticks. I have them in Naked and Rush, and just ordered Lovechild. The best part about UD lipsticks is the formula. Super creamy, highly pigmented. They don't settle in lines or make your lips look or feel dry. They don't last super long, but I guess that's because they are so creamy. This was my first one, and I've bought 2 more since then. Not a huge fan of the packaging-the sword is a bit of a pain. From what I can tell from mine though, it looks as though you could still twist it up if it did happen to break off. I just make sure to carry it inside a little case. It's a bit spendy, and the packaging is a little bit of a pain (but cute!) but it is WELL worth it. It's hard to find a good selection in stores; Ulta has a few, but UD and beauty.com have a big selection. (NA) These lipsticks are fantastic, highly recommend!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Blond, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Blue
I tried to love these. The colors were great, the formula went and stayed on nicely. Downside, they smelt like licorice gone bad and tasted of bitter chemicals. I for one thought the packaging was cute but probably not very practical.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal Hair: Brown Eyes: Hazel
I own this lipstick in two shades, Pistol and Rush. All in all, I like the color and formula of these lipsticticks, the pigment is nice and rich and the formula is very smooth and creamy. Unfortunately, I've found that there are more drawbacks than benefits to this brand of lippie. First of all, the taste is extremely bitter and chemical-tasting. I've heard some say they don't mind it, but I find it really unpleasant because it doesn't seem to dissipate after you put it on. Secondly, the packaging, although cute, is bulky and takes up a lot of space in a small purse or clutch. Third, if you're not careful, it will melt! I made this mistake with my second tube of UB lipstick when I purchased it and then left the bag with the lippie inside while I went into the gym. When I came out, the lippie had completely melted inside the tube! Luckily the people at Ulta exchanged it for me with no problems but I definitely learned my lesson. As far as buying this again, I'm don't think I will. It seems that there are other lipsticks that are just as good as these without all of the problems.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Blue
Wicked is the best MLBB color for me. I love love love the color. I love the packaging. It lasts longer than my MAC. I have not smelled a bad smell. It is kind of sweet. BUT...it goes on so dry. I have to use gloss with it. Dispite being dry it covers nicely. However, it is horrible to eat or drink anything after using this lipstick. I do not lick my lips but the taste is awful that gets into my mouth. It is very bitter and just gross. I am not sure if I would buy again but I love the color and the packaging.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Green
I do like the payoff on UD lipsticks. They go on great for me and have pretty good staying power. As for the scent... ok some of them seem to be worse than others (or is that just me!?). Weighing it up against how much I like the colors and that packaging, which I'm a total sucker for, I can live with it. As you can pick these up without paying the full retail price pretty easily I'm working my way through them and I'll certainly be back for a good few shades when they run out.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
Lovely colours, go on quite sheer for me, so always wear with a gloss, but they last a long time and dont make my lips flake like som lipsticks do. I got mine for apx £4 each in a uk bargin store, so they wre def worth the mony I spent. Dont know if I would have paid full retail just to try them, but the colours I have are great and I will def buy again. I even like the taste!!!!!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Green
I have ditched two tubes (Gash and Wanted) due to the horrible taste. I love everything else about the product, but I can't get past a $22 tube of lipstick tasting rancid. Sorry, UD!!!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Brown
I tried these lipsticks several years ago. I really, really want to like these. The packaging is unique and I like everything about the lipsticks performance except for one thing: they taste so bitter! I don't lick my lips much either, but I can remember eating something while wearing this lipstick and I felt like my mouth was filled with bitter spray. I swear the #1 ingredient in these must be the same as that used in bitter spray to deter dogs from chewing. Again today I tried one of the colors in the store thinking surely they've changed the formula by now and remedied the problem. Nope; still there. Every time I mention it to the sales women they act like I'm crazy and have no idea what kind of question or comment that could be. How could a lipstick taste bitter? Yet it does. I found that Too Faced lipsticks have the same problem. I'm afraid as long as these lipsticks taste like bitter apple spray they'll have to remain on the shelf at Ulta and Sephora.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Other Eyes: Brown
I bought this in shade Confession from the Urban Decay website and it's lovely. I find the lipstick descriptions on the their website quite accurate.They have nice colors to choose from. The burgundy shade of Confession reminds me of red wine. I like the formula. The only thing is that I wish it lasted longer on my lips.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Blond, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Blue
It goes on smooth and there is a nice variety colors. I have Lovechild, and look forward to purchasing more. (I've heard good things about Naked!) I think the packaging is way too cute to even complain about. I think the sword is just the cutest thing - and of course I love that the casing is purple!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Coarse Eyes: Brown
First of all, before you get too excited if you see any color you like--do yourself a favor and test it out in person at Sephora, Ulta, or any other store that sells it. I like some of the colors but did NOT care for the scent of it at all. It sort of reminded me of walking in a dirty street corner in the city (lovely picture, isn't it?) I know there are some people who don't mind the scent, but let's just say it's an acquired taste so definitely test it out in person first. I've read reviews elsewhere and there are also a lot of other women out there who disliked the strong smell as I did. I will say that some of the colors are nice, and it has a nice, creamy texture, but the scent just really ruined it for me. Not to mention, I have found similar colors and textures in other brands elsewhere. The colors are nice, but not that unique to me. I prefer Shu Uemura and brands like that, which also have a moisturizing, creamy finish--but come with a more light-handed scent. Truth be told, I didn't find it extraordinary and I would shop around before investing in this brand. Particularly in a country like the U.S., where the cosmetics industry is so cutthroat and there are SO many great brands here to try that I think are more worthy than this one. I suppose I have to spoil the average rating!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
The lipstick I'm reviewing is Rush, which the UD website calls a sheer cream neutral pink. I find it has cool, slightly purple tone and is just slightly deeper than my lips. The texture is very smooth and sheer, doesn't moisturise my lips but doesn't dry them out either (MAC does). I notice a chocolate scent which doesn't bother me too much, and I haven't found it has a taste.
Price in the UK: £11.75 - a bit too expensive
Packaging: bigger and bulkier than most l/s, and it's opened with a dagger on the end. Purple swirly pattern on the tube is nice though.
I wouldn't repurchase this shade as the colour is slightly off on me, but I would like to try another shade as the quality of the l/s is good.
My skin tone: NW10-15
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
Okay first off, I'm not very big on lipstick. The last one I used was probably one of my mom's like 4 years ago. I'm more of a chapstick kind of girl. I am addicted to Urban Decay though, so one day I decided to try one of their lipsticks out.
I bought Naked, nude pink, with a hint of gloss. Easy to wear and it doesn't have an awful scent. The packaging is really cute too! I think I'm definitely going to try some more!
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I don't think the price is too bad for the quality. I really love the containers they are in! I find all the colours(except perhaps the green one?) gorgeous. I have Tease. I think the colour is very pretty and quite complimentary to my skin tone. I don't fidn the scent nor taste too bad (It is kind of caramel-like but I don't sit there trying it out really!) Its highly pigmented and I find the colour lasts a long time. I can't wait to try out more colours!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Neutral Hair: Black, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
I used to never wear lipsticks and I finally branched out and tried some. I really like the Urban Decay Lipsticks. I have Gash (blood red), Jilted (hot pink), Naked (creamy pink-nude), Oil Slick (glossy black with silver sparks), Trainwreck (fuschia) and 5150 (deep coral). I absolutely love Trainwreck, Jilted, Naked and 5150. Gash and Oil Slick are nice. I reach for Trainwreck or Jilted more than any other color. I like the texture and color payoff. Naked is great for a nude lip look and it makes my lips look huge. I also like the flavor. My only problem is that I feel the lipsticks are very expensive, so I tend to only buy them when there's a 20% off sale. While I think the packaging is solid and cute, I do think a lot of the price comes from the packaging. I will continue to buy UD's lipsticks when there's a sale.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Very Dry, Fair, Cool Hair: Brown, Curly, Medium Eyes: Green
I am a huge UD junkie and usually have very good results with their products but I was dubious about the lipstick. I received Sellout as a sample, and while I like the color and texture I was put off by the taste--it was "caramel creme" but was very chemical-y and bitter. However I gave it another shot when Naked came out and it's become one of my HG lipsticks. The Naked color is very close to my natural lip color so it's great to wear when I have dramatic eyes even though it's a bit pink for a neutral color. I think these lipsticks differ based on finish--Naked is a cream finish, but I've heard mixed results from the sheer and shimmer finishes. I'm not sure if I received a sample before the formula was finished, but the full size tube tastes radically different from the sample. The full size is just slightly sweet with enough of a vanilla ish taste instead of the traditional waxy makeup taste. It's super moisturizing and leaves my chronically chapped lips smooth and even.
While it's a great lipstick, US$22 is pretty steep and I'm sure most of that goes to the packaging. As a display piece, it's neat. In my purse, not so much. I take it with me anyway, but it takes up more room than necessary. I'd have given this a 5 if it was $5 cheaper. It's mostly worth the price, but I won't be able to justify buying more than one shade.