Introducing the new Urban Decay spring 2014 collection
What if my neighbors saw me naked today? What if it should have been totally weird, but it was actually pretty great?
What if I strolled, all gloriously nude, past a group of them in our little circle on my morning walk with Tabs (gotta get that Vitamin D, yo!), as the sun beamed down on my cheeks?
What if I said, “Hello,” smiling and waving at all the neighborhood kids and their parents? “Nice day for a walk.”
What if —
Uh…DUDE. You do realize that I’ve been referring to wearing Urban Decay’s new spring 2014 collection, right? I wouldn’t actually walk around my neighborhood in the buff.
Urban Decay Spring 2014
OK, where was I going with this…?
Oh, yeah! Urban Decay’s latest launch. It’s all about — you guessed it — more nakedness! And skincare benefits.
This time the focus is on naked skin and lips. This spring, the line is getting even more nude (nakeder?) with two brand new products lines, and two new Beauty Balm shades.
First things first, the most exciting stuff (well, at least to me): the brand new Naked Ultra Nourishing Lipglosses.
Naked Ultra Nourishing Lipgloss ($20 each, nine shades)
Naked Ultra Nourishing Lipgloss
As if I needed another excuse to hoard sheer neutral lipglosses… Yeah, these are totally up my alley. Sheer, smooth, non-sticky and super hydrating, the formula contains skin-friendly ingredients like avocado oil, shea butter, Hyaluronic Filling Spheres, rosehip seed oil and vitamins A, E and C.
According to Urban Decay, these are also supposed to dramatically improve the appearance of lip lines and wrinkles, lip volume and hydration, to which I say…OK.
My lips have been flaky and dry lately (it has a lot to do with the heater being on 24/7), but they do feel a little better when I wear these. My lips also feel refreshed, as the formula faintly tastes and smells like mint (just a little; it’s not obnoxious).
There are nine shades in the release, all of them wearable nudes, bronzes and pinks.
I suspect that a few of the lighter nudes, like Walk of Shame, Nooner and Naked, will look quite alike on very pigmented lips, but that’s where the sheer brights — Lovechild, Liar and Streak (my faves) — come in.
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The nine shades o’ Naked Ultra Nourishing Lipgloss
Walk of Shame, a pale nude pink with subtle micro-shimmer
Nooner, a light neutral nude
Naked, a nude pink with pearly pink shift