January 2, 2013

Urban Decay Spring 2013 Collection

Urban Decay Collection for Spring 2013 is launching very shortly. It’s an exciting one since it featured the new Naked Skin Beauty Balm aka Urban Decay’s BB Cream.

Take a look!

Urban Decay Naked Skin Beauty Balm $34

Urban Decay Ammo Palette $34

Urban Decay Naked Flushed $30

Urban Decay Lip Junkie Lipgloss $19
New Shades:

  • Obsessed
  • Trashed
  • Flushed

I’ll have more info about each individual product for you shortly as well as reviews and swatches.

Anything you’re loving from this collection?

I’m very curious about Naked Skin and its been such a long time since Urban Decay did blush! So the Flushed Palette looks rather fab.

The Urban Decay Spring 2013 Collection arrives this January 2013 at Sephora, ULTA, select Macy’s stores and online at sephora.com, ultra.com, macys.com, beauty.com, and urbandecay.com.

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  • Kelsey

    Very interested to hear your thoughts on these, especially the BB cream! The glosses look fab too.

  • Danii

    Muse, Christine @ Temptalia did swatches and a review of the Naked Flushed palette, she didn’t like the highlighter. Frosted finish, emphasizes pores. The blush is a nice color but its apparently not too great of a palette.

    • the Muse

      yeah read her review this morning, still going to review here though and try it out, maybe I’ll like it?! *fingers crossed*

  • breyerchic04

    I have a sample of the bb cream in the mail (with my bottle of naked skin). I have my hopes, but even if it is just a tinted moisturizer, I like those and I’ll use up the sample.

  • ml124

    Urban Decay is on the fast track to safe and boring. Looking at Naked Basics, Naked Flushed, the lipgloss shades, as if you’d never heard of UD, would you believe someone if they said the brand’s slogan was beauty with an edge? Naming lipglosses “Obsessed” and “Trashed” doesn’t make them sexy, edgy or cool when the shades are so safe.

    • Lorraine ER

      Agreed. I think so many people complained of the shimmer and unwearable shades that they tried to expand and please everyone which of course made more $$. I remember when they were a niche brand. I even remember when they just made nailpolish…that makes me sound so old. But I remember seeing their first ad and being blown away by the awesome makeup colors. You used to not be able to get colors of lip stuff like that except for at halloween and it was crap quality
      they were the first higher-end brand to make fun, different colors. I think they made the first black with silver glitter shadow- oil slick- I remember buying that and midnight cowboy and being amazed at how awesome they were. Then came their lip gunk and face cases, I LOVED those! Nice totally funky colors. Now most brands have similar colors and the naked pallette is great for basics but because it was so popular the brand seems to be changing for the worse, quality is way up but originality isn’t as important it seems