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As always, the Vice lipsticks are awesome! The formula is smooth, creamy and hydrating. That being said, my opinion on this collection is rather mixed. Pallor and UV-B didn't meet my expectations. They aren't very pigmented and they just don't look even on the lips. I had high hopes for Frostbite too, the color is gorgeous but unfortunately it wasn't completely opaque and too patchy for my liking. 😡
I didn't like Oil Slick either, but I shouldn't complain because the color is exactly what it's supposed to be ; a sheer black. I would have loved a fully opaque black with silver glitters! If you want a sheer black, I think you would love it.
Bruise, Asphyxia, Smog and Roach are the only shades I would recommend. These colors aren't streaky and they are more pigmented than the other shades. Bruise is sheerer, but still highly pigmented!
Overall, I think the colors are very unique but half of them could have been more opaque and pigmented.
Left to right : Roach, Pallor, UV-B and Oil Slick.
Roach is a deep bronze with a shimmery finish.
Pallor is a mauve with grey undertones and a shimmery finish.
UV-B is a medium blue with a shimmery finish.
Oil Slick is a sheer black with silver micro-glitters and a slightly glossy finish.
Left to right : Bruise, Asphyxia, Smog and Frostbite.
Bruise is a deep wine red with a slightly glossy finish.
Asphyxia is a lavender pink with blue micro-glitters and a shimmery finish.
Smog is a golden brown with a shimmery finish.
Frostbite is a dark royal blue with a sparkly finish.
The Urban Decay Vintage Vice Lipsticks retail for $21 CAD for 3.4g.
(I received these products in order to evaluate them and give my opinion, but rest assured that my comments are always honest and impartial.)