Urban Decay Naked Heat Vice Lipsticks
Today I’m sharing the Urban Decay Naked Heat Vice Lipsticks with you. I swatched all of the Urban Decay Naked Heat Vice Lipsticks on my lips so that you can see what the colors look like on pale skin like mine. My skin tone is neutral or neutral leaning cool yellow, as most neutral or neutral yellow foundations seem to look best on me. This lipstick capsule collection was created to go along with the Urban Decay Naked Heat Palette and the Urban Decay Petite Heat Palette. Urban Decay is proud to be a cruelty-free makeup brand.
Urban Decay Naked Heat Vice Lipsticks
Urban Decay Naked Heat Vice Lipsticks Lip Swatches
I swatched these lipsticks back to back, without using a pencil. Normally I outline my lips with a pencil and then apply lipstick. So they’re not 100% perfect swatches.
Urban Decay Singe
Urban Decay Fuel
Urban Decay Fuel 2.0
Urban Decay Heat
Urban Decay Scorched
Urban Decay Faith
Urban Decay First Sin
Urban Decay Trip
Urban Decay Ember
Urban Decay En Fuego
Urban Decay Naked Heat Vice Lipsticks Review
For the photos below I’m actually wearing a cruelty-free cool toned neutral makeup look. You can see the cool toned neutral makeup tutorial here.
deep wine red with glitter
I love Singe! It’s a gorgeous red with a bit of depth and pretty glitter. It has a very glossy finish on me.
warm peachy nude
Fuel is a warm, slightly dusty peachy nude. Surprisingly it’s a color I like on my skintone.
deep peachy nude
Fuel 2.0 is a deeper version of Fuel.
metallized burnt red gold
Heat is a beautiful red metallic with gold shift.
Scorched is a metallic copper. I don’t think it’s flattering on my skintone.
rose gold metallic
Faith is a beautiful warm rose gold.
peach with pink shift
First Sin is a subtle peach with a pink shift. I really love colors like this. Similar shades are Tower 1 (way more sparkly) and Alice (discontinued). I do love this sort of color because of the pink shift.
brown brick rose
Trip is such an unusual color! I can’t decide if I like it or hate it on me but the formula is amazing.
deep metallic copper burgundy
Ember is a beautiful copper brown. I don’t like brown shades on me personally but I know some of my friends adore them. I don’t see any burgundy in this.
En Fuego is a brown. In fact, I feel like it looks more like a brown with orange undertones than a burgundy! This is not burgundy in the slightest to me. I do love the formula though!
As someone who doesn’t usually like orange or brown tones on me, I was surprised that I liked so many of these lipsticks. It’s because the Urban Decay Naked Heat Vice Lipstick formula is my all-time favorite lipstick formula.
If you love warm tones, you’ll want to check out the Urban Decay Naked Heat Vice Lipsticks. If you prefer neutral or cooler shades, I would look at Singe and First Sin.
Singe is my favorite out of this entire set, though Heat is a close second. I love First Sin, too. Fuel & Fuel 2.0 are great if you want a warm peachy nude lip. I do like Faith because I love rose gold. I can’t decide if I love Trip on me, but I definitely love the formula and finish.
What do you think of the Urban Decay Naked Heat Vice Lipsticks?
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