You may have heard that the new Urban Decay Nagel Collection launches today! If not, you’re definitely going to want to check it out. Urban Decay is bringing back the 80s with this collection! The launch features three new Vice Lipstick Palettes that feature iconic illustrator Patrick Nagel's work. The palettes are $35 each and one Vice Lipstick is worth $22 so this palette is a total steal!
The covers of each palette represent confident, badass women and serve as a reminder that makeup is all about showing the world who you are! Being a girlboss is in right now and these palettes represent that vibe perfectly.
These gorgeous compacts are more than just lip palettes; they're mini works of art you can carry with you! Small but mighty, these lip palettes come in a range of shades from neutrals to brights to light and dark all in a variety of finishes. Each palette was carefully curated to include a mix of cult-favourite Vice hues and at least one exclusive!
The shades are all the Vice Lipstick formula you know and love, just in palette form! Each shade is super-creamy while offering intense pigmentation. Also, the formula is hydrating and leaves your lips soft and conditioned. This is perfect for this time of year as the cold weather has the tendency to dry out or lips. This way you can protect your lips while still wearing lipstick!
All three palettes are beautifully unique and there is something for everyone in this collection! Here is what each of the palettes look like:
The Rio Palette features "Rock On" (a deep wine comfort matte), "Rapture" (a dusty rose cream), "Backtalk" (a mauve-nude pink comfort matte), "Big Bang" (a bright pink sparkle metallized), and "Conspiracy" (a plum-bronze shimmer metallized). The mix of finishes offers lots of variety and I love the girly vibe of this palette!
The Sunglasses Palette features "Roach" (a deep burgundy-brown cream), "Oblivion" (a dusty rose mega matte), "Backtalk" (a mauve-nude pink comfort matte), "Troublemaker" (a deep oxblood comfort matte), and "Psycho" (a bright rose with iridescent blue micro sparkle comfort matte). This palette has a more sophisticated feel to it and has a great variety of hues!
Lastly, the Untitled Palette features "Doubt" (a deep red with blue undertone comfort matte), "Gash" (a deep red with tonal shimmer cream), "Naked" (a nude-pink cream), "Backtalk" (a mauve-nude pink comfort matte), and "Exhibition" (a medium pink-purple comfort matte). I think this one is my favourite of the three. This palette has the most shade variety and will be perfect for upcoming holiday looks!
The collection is available to purchase now! Which palette will you be picking up? I know I can’t wait to get my hands on the Untitled palette!