Friday, August 23, 2013

Urban Decay Revolution Lipsticks in F-Bomb and Native: Swatches and Review

In my recent Urban Decay haul, my favorite score was the two new Urban Decay Revolution Lipsticks ($22) in F-Bomb and Native.
 
 
These are incredible lipsticks, and they truly deserve all the hype they have been getting!
 
 
I chose to get two lipsticks from opposite spectrums. Native is a light, opaque baby pink and is more neutral and F-Bomb is a drop everything red. It is seriously jaw-dropping.
 
 
Here are the swatches under artificial light and they are stunning. The formula of these lipsticks is amazing: creamy, slightly thick, long-lasting, and moisturizing.
 
 
This is Native, with Native lip liner underneath. Pretty mod pink with slightly warm undertones.
 
 
F-Bomb may just become my new signature lipstick. This is crazy pigmented in one swipe and wears very well, fading very slowly after about 4 hours and doing so evenly.
 
All in all...you need at least one Revolution Lipstick in your life. Personally, I want all of them...but we will see...haha. Which one do you prefer? Native or F-Bomb? Have a favorite of your own? Do tell!
 
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15 comments:

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    1. I know! I was so pleasantly surprised!!

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  2. I prefer native, as I'm not really a red lip girl myself, however f-bomb does look stunning!

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    1. Thanks Abi! Native would look really pretty on you!

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  3. I absolutely need F Bomb, looks stunning on you!

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    1. F Bomb would look amazing on you Tina! Thank you :)

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  4. LOVE F-bomb! That is a gorgeous cherry red!

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    1. Thanks Larie, it really is so pretty!

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  5. Native! So pretty! I like F-Bomb too! TOO MANY LIPSTICKS hahaha!

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  6. I really like Native! You can never have too many nude lippies.

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    1. I totally agree with you Krystle!

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  7. F BOMB LOOKS SO AWESOME!!! So much pigment!

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