From countless limited edition celebrity collections, to one-of-a-kind formulations and a wide range of stellar pigments, Urban Decay has truly become a force to be reckoned with in the beauty world. The mega popular makeup brand has developed a cult-like following, and if you're particularly a loyal fan of the label's beloved lipsticks, I have some major news for you. Urban Decay is launching Vice lipsticks, and it's probably the biggest collection in the history of makeup launches. How much do the Urban Decay Vice lipsticks cost? You may now be wondering. I've got you covered with all the details, so prepare to take notes.
The new Vice collection is comprised of 100 shades — yes, you read that correctly. But wait, there's more. The extensive line will actually replace all of Urban Decay's current lipsticks. Every. Single. One. Before you sob your heart out, know that you won't exactly have to kiss your favorite Revolution lippie goodbye. According to Refinery 29, the new Vice line will include some reformulated versions of current UD lipsticks in addition to old limited edition ones, and of course, brand new shades as well.
The brand took to Instagram to announce the massive launch, revealing that they will offer 100 shades in 6 finishes — Mega Matte, Comfort Matte, Cream, Metallized, Sheer, and Sheer Shimmer.
With such a wide variety of colors ranging from chic neutrals to vivid brights, there is surely something to fit everyone's fancy. So just how much do these fabulous new lipsticks cost? Each individual lipstick will be priced at $17, Refinery 29 reports. Compared to the $22 price tag, that's actually a $5 price decrease. I bet you'd pay any amount of money for these shades once you see how gorgeous they are, though.
All 100 shades will officially drop on June 5th at UrbanDecay.com as well as Beauty.com, Sephora, Ulta Beauty, and Macy's. Check out a few of the stunning new colors.
A classic red never goes out of style.
Green is totally the new black.
This vibrant fuchsia is perfect for summer.
I'm totally digging this pearly finish.
A more subtle, everyday color.
Is it June 5th yet?!
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