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Overview: Urban Decay Revolution Lipstick

Greetings lipstick heaux!

In my last lipstick review, I spoke about the Milani Color Statement line. There I had seven shades to shape my thoughts and now I really wish I had seven shades of this product.

The thirst is real. Seriously, I need more lipstick like I need more nail polish :/ ...but when you are exposed to such amazing products it's easy to lose your composure. As you would have seen here, my first purchases were '69', 'Rush' and 'Anarchy'. 


'Rush' is the only one that doesn't suit my complexion so alas I'm still looking for a nude. In my wish list I said I wanted 'F Bomb' and 'Jilted', but that 'Venom' just wouldn't let me ignore it! Can I Live?
What I really enjoy about these ultra pigmented shades is that I have the option of making them much more sheer by just dabbing on and smoothing out with my fingers. It's literally like the best of both worlds.

T.E.A.M Imports knows how to keep me happy

For you die hard M.A.C fans Imma put it like this: think cremesheen texture with amplified colour. I know right! The darker colours even stain the lips which adds to the longevity but can look patchy when the product wears away if your lips are not smooth. Exfoliate those puckers baby.
From the site: "Our Pigment Infusion System™ gives Revolution Lipstick its super creamy texture, insane pigmentation, superior color dispersion and extended wear. Maxi-Lip™ defines and hydrates lips while making them look plumper and fuller. And a nourishing blend of jojoba oil, avocado oil, cocoa butter and shea butter keeps lips super moisturized and cushiony soft".

The packaging is just gorgeous, down to the interior of the box. The tube is sexy, weighty and second (in my humble experience) only to my YSL Rouge Volupte Shine. 


These are available on Urban Decay's website for $22USD. Christmas is fast approaching and I truly believe this would be an awesome treat for yourself or a fellow lipstick who...junkie. When you're ordering please get me 'Liar' or 'Strip'. Uuuuuuuugggghhhhhhhhhhh I need 'em both!

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