The Ultimate Throwback: Urban Decay Vintage Capsule Collection.

Urban Decay launched their brand 20 years ago, can you even believe it? They decided it was time to throw it back and FINALLY bring back what their fans have wanted — nine of their most requested and most loved shades from their original lip lineup. Making it better than ever, the Urban Decay Vintage Capsule Collection took these vintage shades and created them in their new, super creamy, ultra-luxe Vice lipstick formula. 

The Vice Lipstick Vintage Capsule Collection contains cult favorites that hardcore fans have been hoarding and demanding for years. From sheer black and vibrant blue (which seems to be a trendy lipstick shade this season) to burgundy-brown, there is something for everyone that will take you back to the 90's. I love how Urban Decay really went back to their roots and housed the lipsticks in craft paperboard packaging, just like they did 20 years ago. 

I'm obsessed with the Vice lipstick formula; it is super creamy and feels nice and hydrating on the lips. The shades are always greatly pigmented due to their pigment system. They are long-lasting too. You can see my complete review of the Vice Lipstick formula here.

Urban Decay Vintage Capsule Collection Shade Lineup:

Asphyxia - Soft lavender with blue micro-glitter
Bruise - Sheer deep burgundy red with green shift
Frostbite - Frosted deep blue with multicolored micro-glitter
Oil Slick - Sheer black with silver micro-glitter
Pallor - Frosted lavender with gray shift
Plague - bright purple with pink undertone
Roach - Deep burgundy-brown
Smog - Deep coppery bronze
UV-B - Vibrant blue with purple shift

Snap up your favorite quick, because once they are gone, these vintage lipstick shades are gone for good. The Vice Lipstick Vintage Capsule Collection is available right now at Sephora, Ulta and Macy's as well as, of course. Buy them for $17 each. 

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