Fall Collections 2009
Dudes, I so feel retro 80’s after trying out Stila Lip Enamel Luxe Gloss in Giggle. Holy neon pink batman!
As part of the Stila Fall Collection 2009, six shades of Stila Lip Enamel Luxe Gloss will be sliding onto shelves this September.
Click it for a peep, review, and swatches!
So you want intensely pigmented, full coverage, long wearing, super shiny, patent-leather like lips? Check it, Stila Lip Enamel Luxe Gloss offers all over the above.
Can’t say I’ve run into a gloss as highly pigmented as these. If you’ve been wanting a richly pigmented gloss with that super shiny, patent-leather like shine here it is. These are some seriously incredible glosses. A simple application offers a stunning boldly lacquered finish. These are those glosses your mama told you about not wearing out in public, the ones that make your friends go, “dayummm girl!”
I tried out two shades Giggle and Ecstasy. Giggle is a glow in the dark neon pink and Ecstasy is a rich burgundy. Four other shades releasing are Joy (red), Happiness (coral), Nirvana (beige), and Euphoria (reddish brown).
I’m not sure how I’m going to pull off wearing either Giggle or Ecstasy as they are bold as all hells but I’m going to have a ton of fun trying! Expect some pictures of the Muse trying to pull off some serious 80’s pink lips shortly.
Stila Lip Enamel Luxe Gloss will be at Sephora and Stila soonish, although release date is September I imagine you’ll see them pop up shortly.
Anyone tempted to haul?
Are you a bold lippie girl?
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We’ve established already that Urban Decay has been a busy little bee concocting a huge release of goodies for Fall (over 30 new items). Rounding out the Urban Decay Fall Collection 2009 are three new shades of Urban Decay Lipstick to add to the already huge selection of colors in the line.
Contrasting a single innocent shade with two outrageously goth shades, everyone should find at least one shade to love with this release.
Jump ahead for some swatches and a peep at the Urban Decay Fall Lipstick Colors!
I’ve waxed your ears off about how great Urban Decay Lipsticks are so I won’t go into great detail about these guys but if you missed it do see my original review on Urban Decay Lipstick over here.
The three new shades available are Naked, Oil Slick, and Confession. Let me just say please add Naked to your Fall wishy list. It’s so beautiful. I’ll tell you more about it in a brief second.
Just a brief note, the lipsticks have a different taste. There was some minor ranting about the taste of the last round up of lippies, personally I liked the taste but I did hear many a review saying the taste wasn’t so grand. You’ll be happy to know that the taste is barely there this time around.
Back in black for Fall baby! Black lips anyone? No longer for club kids it seems to be a fine item for walking about the office with nowadays. The new red? Maybe. Oil Slick is indeed a glossy black with silver sparkle. Granted, not everyone can pull off black but you’ll be happy to know this is the most subtle black you’ll come across. It applies quite sheer and topped with a red gloss it makes a vampy lip look that’s very Fall friendly. Don’t think you can pull it off? Head to your nearest UD counter or Sephora and swipe some on, now find a vibrant red gloss to top with, don’t deny how gorgeous you look!
Renew your goth card with Urban Decay Lipstick in Confession the second bold shade in this release. If you liked last year’s MAC Cult of the Cherry Binge Slimline you’re sure to be pleased with Confession. Confession is a sheer burgundy that’s quite loud so best keep your eyes toned down with this one. A slick of Urban Decay Ink for Eyes in Zero and some of this should have you rockin’ out a killer Fall look.
And finally my favorite, Naked. Oooo how I love you. Naked is a nude pink, who’d think I’d fall for a nude lip shade? I can’t help myself it’s such a pretty nude baby pink that flatters my lips and makes them look all pouty and pretty. Loves it! Although Oil Slick and Confession could prove too strong for some, Naked somehow evens the score out for those who are scared of too much color.
Innocence versus Evil this Fall with Urban Decay Lipsticks in Oil Slick, Confession, and Naked. From beautiful and bold to shy and sophisticated, you’re sure to find at least one or two…or maybe all three shades to love!
Which do you love?
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All of ’em are available now for your hauling please on the Urban Decay website!
Stila calls their new Black Cat Smudge Pot a pretty black gel liner with a blend of Kitten Shimmer. I call it gorgeous.
Click ahead for a peep!
If Stila Kitten Smudge Pot was a little too sweet for you, a little too innocent, try out a little mystery and sexiness with Stila Black Cat Smudge Pot. This black gel liner is infused with a golden sparkle that can be used as a liner, or a smudged up smoky lid color, or line lashes with it as a twinkling mascara. Releasing as part of the Stila’s Smitten with Kitten Collection this liner gives a sultry look to eyes to add an edge of drama.
Black Cat is almost brown in color due to the heavy dose of golden champagne sparkle that’s infused into the formula. It’s very flattering on my brown eyes! The pot is large enough to line with and if you so please go right ahead and add a bit to lids and blend out for a sultry smoked out eye look.
If you already own the Stila 24K Smudge Pot from Stila’s Summer Collection this year do go and indulge in Black Cat as it’s considerably different. Black Cat has way more shimmer to it and is a richer shade of blackish brown when compared to the Summer release. Dare I say even prettier?
The Muse highly recommends allowing this Black Cat to slink into your Fall cosmetic wardrobe, it’s delicious!
Available from Stila in September!
Will you haul it?
If you were busy admiring my gloss in my Stila Kitten Smudge Pot post, allow me to tell you all about it. Along with it’s new Fall Collection Stila is releasing a brand new lip glaze in the Kitten color.
Good news for Kitten lovers I’m sure.
Jump for it.
First off, allow me to remind you Kitten has already been formulated in an LE gloss back in Summer 2008. No offense Stila but I really didn’t dig that gloss so I’m quite happy, ecstatic actually that Stila went ahead and re-released the shade in lip glaze formula.
Stila Lip Glaze is quite nice in general. Nicely pigmented, plenty of tack and stick for a long wearing formula, and a great click pen for application. Loves it!
Adding the shade Kitten to the line is fantastic as it pairs beautifully with Kitten shadow and the likes and as I said the original gloss formula wasn’t particularly great but lip glaze is by all means a beautiful gloss.
The Lip Glaze shade is considerably richer when compared to the shadow. It has a bit of pink sparkle to it but heavily golden beige for the most part. The shade is flattering for Fall without question but works well in the Summer sun as well!
If you’ve been longing for Kitten in gloss formula here’s your chance. Stila Kitten Lip Glaze releases this September as part of the Stila Fall Collection, Stila Smitten with Kitten.
Sportin’ Kitten On My Lips
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Ahh Urban Decay you sure do please this Fall with your incredible new collection! It’s such a thrilling time for Fall Collections this year and I can’t begin to tell you how exciting it is to see them all pop up and about. Urban Decay did a particularly incredible job this year with it’s Fall Collection and I’m quite excited to see the release of many, many new items. I was slightly worried that many brands would make subtle little releases due to poor consumer spending so it’s an utter relief to see so many great releases.
One such release is the Urban Decay Ink For Eyes that totally floored me with it’s innovative packaging, likey!
Check out the review and swatches after the jump!
Urban Decay Ink For Eyes is housed in a slick slim line case decorated with a pretty peacock, no one can say this packaging isn’t ace. Loving all over the packaging for a few reasons. I love that I can tuck these easily away for quickie touch ups as they are so small and slim it’s easy to travel with them. I love that they include dual ended brushes for application. Line eyes with the flat brush and smudge with the smudger sponge. Love the mirror tucked inside each case too! It’s just a really unique take on cream liner packaging and quite interesting, adorable really.
The liner inside each case was at first a disappointment because they had shipped in the heat and ended up quite soft and melty. I sat them in my fridge for about an hour and proceeded to fall in love soon after. The formula is creamy and richly pigmented. They smudge quite nicely too which is always a plus. I do find potted liners sometimes smudge crummy but these really smudge nicely which lends a mysterious look to eyes and will be ideal for smoky eyes. The liner doesn’t smear during so one line application and you’re done, of course build it up for a more dramatic look by all means. Formula is paraben free plus Urban Decay doesn’t test animals which should appeal to our green makeup lovers.
The liner comes in six shades so far but knowing Urban Decay I imagine you’ll see even more brilliant shades released in the not so distant future. You can go with potted liner anywhere really but if you’re wanting to step it up with bolder shades, Urban Decay is your girl.
The shades released thus far are:
- Binge-deep midnight blue (almost looks purple
- Empire-dark purple
- Loaded-forest green
- Pyrotechnics-iridescent glitter
My fav shades are Zero, Demolition, and Loaded. Pyrotechnics is simply a clear base with a hint of shimmery glitter so you won’t get big color payoff with this but I find that a dab in the inner corners of the eyes and a bit lined under the eyes brightens things up nicely. It’s one of the only colors I didn’t swatch successfully as it didn’t show up too well in a photo but don’t overlook it, it’s actually a very nice little shade.
All in all if you’re a fan of UD you’re going to want to haul these or if you’re scared of liquid liners and aren’t too keen on pencils, cream is definitely the way to go for ease of application. The slick, fun packaging is an interesting take on boring old potted liners!
Anyone hauling these?
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