Scorched, Heat, and Fuel are three limited edition Urban Decay Heat Vice Lipstick ($17) shades that launched with the new Urban Decay Naked Heat Eyeshadow Palette for Summer/Fall 2017. With everyone going wild over the eyeshadow palette I think the new Heat Vice Lipstick shades might have been pushed to the side but they are very, very worth exploring especially if you’re looking for some incredible shades for Summer looks.
Let’s take a look at my review and swatches below.
Although the Naked Heat Eyeshadow Palette is being added to the permanent Naked Collection these new Vice Lipstick shades sadly are around for a limited time. I have no idea how quickly they will sell out and if any point they’ll sell out. A lot of Urban Decay items have been hitting the sale section rather quickly so, I want to say, “Hey, wait, maybe you’ll score a deal!” but part of me is thinking these are so gorgeous that at least one or two will sell out before any sale happens. Who knows though, limited edition is tossed around so loosely lately it’s hard to say what will disappear and what will remain standing on the shelve.
These arrive in the new lightweight packaging that Urban Decay released their Vice Collection in last year. Although lightweight they have a gorgeous coppery cap and a lovely contrasting gold base. It’s a very simple yet attractive packaging.
Urban Decay Fuel Vice Lipstick is the less daring shade of the trio with a creamy texture that applied easily without tugging but did settle a little into my natural lip lines. It was lightly hydrating and wore on me for a solid four hours without migrating. The color is medium nudish peach that’s fantastic to pair up with smoky or taupe eye looks.
Urban Decay Scorched Vice Lipstick is a copper bronze with a metallic finish that had a smooth and creamy texture that glided on easily with a wear of four hours that didn’t settle into my natural lip lines nor migrate through the wear.
Urban Decay Heat Vice Lipstick is my favorite shade (aside from Fuel that is)! This is grittier texture that flecked with gold and red sparkle. It skipped a little during the application but going over it a few times results in a smooth appearance. I loved the reddish gold coppery shade! It wore for five hours on my lips and aside from the grittiness I thought it looked quite nice without settling into my natural lip lines nor migrating.
The Urban Decay Heat Vice Lipstick is a beautiful collection of shades that release on 7/10 on Ulta.com and Sephora.com. These are well worth picking up and will create some gorgeous Summer looks but most importantly they’ll work well into the Fall season.