Urban Decay Vice Lipstick Sample Kit Review – Part 3

This is the last installment of my 3-part Urban Decay Vice Lipstick Sample Kit Review. I know it has been long overdue so I’d like to apologize for that; but it’s better late than never, right?

Urban Decay Vice Lipstick Review

A few months ago, I was able to get my hands on the Urban Decay Vice Lipstick Sample Kit (from Sephora) and I decided to do a review on all the fun shades. Here are Part 1 and Part 2 of this 3-part review.

Let me just say, I am enjoying using a lip brush to apply lipsticks; I think it’s so much easier this way. Today, I will be sharing my thoughts on the second panel, the Reds and Browns.

panel 2 of urban decay vice lipstick sample kit - the reds and browns

Urban Decay Vice Lipstick Red & Brown Shades

wearing 4 different shades of urban decay vice lipstick - Rock Steady, Disturbed, Manic, Blackmail

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Rock Steady (Cream) – is described as deep wine red. I LOVE the color! It’s very creamy so it’s very easy to apply. One thing I really love about it is if it you accidentally put it on your skin, it’s very easy to remove even though it’s highly pigmented; it doesn’t leave a stain just like other brands. It’s a little bit sticky though, I would have loved it more if it’s not. I feel like the shade is close to 714 except that it’s a little bit brighter and has a satin finish.

Disturbed (Comfort Matte) – is described as deep brick red. The color is very bold; it’s brownish red which is perfect for fall or for a night out. It is very creamy although hard to apply. It seems to be uneven and settles into the lines of your lips; otherwise, I would have liked it. I can’t help but compare this and Blackmail (below) to MAC’s Studded Kiss which is a deeper shade of red as well but I’ve never had any issues with it just like I do with these two.

Manic (Cream) – is described as soft wine. Just like the other cream ones, it is very easy to apply. In the sample kit, it did look like it has a little bit of shimmer but didn’t have any when applied. I really love the shade! I think it works well with my skin tone; this is another option that I could use for my no-makeup look.

Blackmail (Comfort Matte) – is described as deep berry wine. If you look at the sample kit, it seems like the shade is very close to Disturbed; but when applied, it is deeper. The color is a bit plum-ish red which is also perfect for this season. Just like Disturbed; it is very creamy but hard to apply. It is uneven no matter how I try to even it out and settles into the lines of your lips.

wearing 4 different shades of urban decay vice lipstick - gash, ez, 714, and snitch

Gash (Cream) – is described as deep red with tonal shimmer. It is very pigmented although a bit translucent; the shimmer is barely noticeable. Although I usually like red lipsticks, for some reason, I don’t find myself a fan of this color; I feel like it could be better.

EZ (Cream) – is described as bright red-orange. I like this shade because I feel like with my skin tone, I can easily use this as my no-makeup-look lipstick especially when I want some color during the colder months. It is very easy to apply and highly pigmented.

714 (Mega Matte) – is described as bright red. Unlike the other matte lipsticks I’ve tried, it is very easy to apply, and it doesn’t appear to be uneven at all. I am assuming it was because it is red and closer to the color of my lips as compared to the purple and brown ones. I am so in love with the color; it is very close to my Yves Saint Laurent Rouge Pur Couture in Le Rogue but the YSL one has a satin finish and a little bit brighter. I think I am going to purchase the full size of this because one can never have too much red lipstick.

Snitch (Sheer) – is described as pale coral-pink. I love how highly pigmented this is even though it’s sheer, and the color is very nice. I rarely like pale lipstick shades because I feel like they make me look sick but this one didn’t. For a lipstick with pale shade, I didn’t have to use a lot of it; it is a little bit sticky though just like the other sheer ones.

My favorites: Rocksteady, EZ, Manic, and 714

Don’t forget to check out the Part 1 and Part 2 of this Urban Decay Vice Lipstick Sample Kit Review.

Verdict: I love how pigmented all the shades are (even the pale and neutral ones) but didn’t like that I found all the mattes (except for 714) a bit hard to apply and some of them settle on the lines of your lips. The formula is very moisturizing; in fact, I have been using these as a replacement for Vaseline. My lips tend to get dry during the colder months so I’ve always been using Vaseline and it has never failed me but I haven’t used it for a while because of these amazingly-formulated lipsticks.

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  • pickettfamily
    Posted at 07:41h, 22 October Reply

    I love these colors! What a thorough review. Thanks for trying them out to show us what they look like!

    • Belle
      Posted at 08:03h, 22 October Reply

      The lipsticks are so much fun to try on. I’m glad you liked what I had to say about them.

  • Tasheena @ SimplyTasheena.com
    Posted at 09:11h, 22 October Reply

    So many great choices. I think I really like Rock Steady & Disturbed. Thanks for the review.

    • Belle
      Posted at 10:12h, 22 October Reply

      Thank you! I like Rock Steady too and would have liked Disturbed if it wasn’t hard to apply. 🙂 But it’s a really pretty color; maybe if I use the full size, it won’t be that hard though.

  • danidealwithit
    Posted at 09:24h, 22 October Reply

    I’m digging the Blackmail shade. However, I don;t know if I can pull off such a bold look. Always willing to try something new though.

    • Belle
      Posted at 10:11h, 22 October Reply

      Halloween’s a good excuse to try it. 🙂 I wasn’t comfortable with dark shades as well before and decided to give it a try during Halloween last year. Lol.

  • muksak
    Posted at 11:02h, 22 October Reply

    Blackmail is absolutely beautiful!

    • Belle
      Posted at 21:13h, 22 October Reply

      It really is; I just hope it wasn’t as hard to apply.

  • Brittany Chaunte'
    Posted at 16:15h, 22 October Reply

    This is cute! I love all these lippies! Can’t wait to try a few of them!

    • Belle
      Posted at 21:13h, 22 October Reply

      Thank you! The formula is really good; you won’t be disappointed.

  • [email protected]
    Posted at 08:52h, 23 October Reply

    So pretty! I think I like Manic and EZ. Thanks for showing us what they look like!

    • Belle
      Posted at 09:13h, 23 October Reply

      You’re welcome. Those are 2 pretty shades. Thanks for dropping by.

  • Jessica
    Posted at 21:03h, 23 October Reply

    Gorgeous colors! I think I liked Manic the best, but I’m intrigued by Disturbed!

    • Belle
      Posted at 21:04h, 23 October Reply

      Thank you! Manic is a really pretty shade, and Disturbed too! 🙂

  • Jazz
    Posted at 17:15h, 24 October Reply

    I’m such a lipstick junkie! It’s the easiest way (to me) to look a little more put together. Thanks for such an in-depth review!

    • Belle
      Posted at 18:57h, 24 October Reply

      You’re welcome! I agree, wearing a lipstick is the easiest way to look put together.

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