REVIEW & SWATCHES: Urban Decay NAKED Lipgloss9:00 AM
Hey everyone! Today I wanted to share a brand new product with you from Urban Decay. For part of their Spring launches, they have just released 9 lipglosses which are beautifully packaged and suited for all ranges of the "naked" everyday lip. Um, hello, everyday glosses? Count me in please!
Let's check out the full range below!
So the down-low on these new Urban Decay Naked glosses is that they are super-nourishing, with Vitamin E, avocado oil, and shea butter to hydrate lips. They come with my favorite type of applicator, the doe foot, which is made special by having an extra long shape to evenly apply a generous swath of gloss.
You can see that the 9 shades below range from a pale nudey-pink to sheer berries, mainly concentrating on a range of wearable colors.
Below: Walk of Shame / Nooner / Naked / Lovechild / Liar / Streak / Beso / Rule34 / Freestyle
Walk of Shame / Nooner / Naked
Walk of Shame: pale nude-pink with subtle micro-shimmer
Nooner: light neutral nude
Naked: nude-pink with pearly pink shift
Lovechild / Liar / Streak
Lovechild: medium pink
Liar: soft mauve-pink
Beso / Rule34 / Freestyle
Beso: deep pink-mauve
Rule34: medium brown-nude
Freestyle: brown-nude with subtle micro-shimmer
Being the huge MLBB (my lips but better) fan I am, you know I was super excited about these glosses! In terms of my own medium, yellow-undertoned skin coloring, Naked is a nice everyday color to enhance my own lips but it's very sheer and I'm definitely looking forward to trying out bolder shades like Lovechild (brighter pink), Streak (coral) and Beso (berry).
As far as glosses go, these are on the less sticky side and do feel quite hydrating on the lips while on. This also means that they don't last quite as long as their stickier counterparts (these go maybe 3-4 hours before losing their "gloss"), but since we are in the natural spectrum of makeup, I'm not sure long-lasting is as huge a priority. I might just be crazy but I also detect a hint of mintiness as well. The product seems to be unscented but I do get a slight, weird mint-product-chemical whiff which doesn't last when applied. Not the best scent but I'm glad it's not heavily perfumed or sickly sweet.
Urban Decay Naked lipgloss is available now for $20 at Sephora, Macy's, and everywhere else Urban Decay is sold.
Readers, will you be picking up one of the new Naked glosses? Which color are you most interested in? Let me know in the comments!