Urban Decay Vice Lipsticks – Sheer

 

Non-Fussy Sheers

Sometimes there are days where you really don’t want an intense, opaque matte color on the lips but you do want something natural, soft, and low-key. The Sheer lipsticks from Urban Decay are a non-fuss hybrid lipstick and lipgloss formula. You don’t need to do much when applying these. No lining is necessary although you could if you wanted more definition. Other than that, they add a hint of color and leave lips with a soft sheen finish.

TMI: Soft Mauve-Pink

This color looked so pretty in the tube and I knew it was something I would love. When I finally tried it, I knew I had found my Sheer Beso dupe! Urban Decay did not repromote that color in their Vice Lipstick collection however TMI, a Sephora Exclusive looks very much like it only a touch pinker. Still happy. Another one I had considered for a dupe was Sheer Rapture which is available, but for now I’ll be loving and wearing this.

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Urban Decay Sephora Exclusive: TMI (sheer soft mauve-pink)

Morning After: Pale Baby Pink with Blue Undertone

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Morning After: Pale Baby Pink with Blue Undertone

Another pretty sheer: Morning After is described as a “pale baby pink with blue undertone”. You can see there’s a hint of coolness even in the transparent sheerness. For me, wearing these helps my dry lips. It’s like giving them a little moisture bath after wearing matte lipstick. This color is available at Ulta and Urban Decay.com.

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Urban Decay: Morning After (sheer pale baby pink with blue undertones) 

Retails for $17. Vegan and unscented.

Do you have a favorite Sheer lipstick from Urban Decay?

Stay Sweet Lovelies!
~Duchess

 

 

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