Urban Decay Fall / Winter 2013 Collection

Monday, September 30, 2013


This season, I believe most of you have found several new incoming items at the Urban Decay cosmetics counters at Sephora stores. With their best selling eye shadow palettes that include the Naked 1 & 2, here's the complete list of what Urban Decay launched on this Fall / Winter 2013 Collection!





Revolutionary Lipstick   |   RM75
It's hard to resist those beautiful lip colours by Urban Decay. They've created an addictively luxe formula with insane colour payoff, which its classic, creamy formula with the signature Urban Decay pigment-rich colour. I'm pretty sure you can't hold this because it hydrates your lips and long lasting. The packaging of the lipsticks are custome-designed and it feels expensive though!


24/7 Glide On Lip Pencil   |   RM69
We have the 24/7 Glide On Eye Pencil which I love very, very much, and now they have for lips too! Let it primes and defines for a long lasting lip colour and clean lines. Get hassle-free for those lip pencil because its shade-matched barrels make it extremely easy to find the excat colour you need so you don't have to cramed your make-up bag!


Naked Skin Ultra Definition Pressed Finishing Powder   |   RM119
The evolution in Naked Skin: an addictively silky, weightless finishing powder with a luminous, demi-matte Naked finish. Suit up with their liquid foundation and our all time favourite Nake Palette, this could be the one you're looking for. Strongly recommend for those who are not a huge fan of shiny surface.


Eyeshadow Primer Potion Anti-Aging   |   RM87
Everybody knows how amazing the Urban Decay Primer Potions are. Clinical studies has proved that the Urban Decay's anti-aging Eyeshadow Primer Potion achieve a 100% measurable inprovement in to appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, 97% had a measurable inprovement in radiance and clarity and 100% had measurable brighter skin after an 8-week studies. Face the music! How could this not become our new member inside our make-up pouch?


B6 Vitamin-Infused Complexion Prep Spray   |   RM115
I'm really fall for their Urban Decay's make-up setting sprays as it stays very long and I also review and suggested on my previous post. In an exclusive partnership with SKINDANAVIA. This B6 Vitamin Infused Complexion Prep Spray absorbs oil, reducec redness and minimizes pores to reach you a flawless results. You can use this in two different ways - setting and refreshing!


Brow Box (Including Powder, Wax and Tools)   |   RM109
It seems much cheaper than the Browzings because I always mumbling of its price. Available in two shades (Honey Pot and Brown Sugar), define your eyebrow super well so you won't miss a single stray! Its just like another amazing brow kit, but please don't judge of its packaging! It's chic and easy to carry.



Nail Colour   |   RM49
Last but not least, the nail color! Since they've release limited bottles of nail polishes, Urban Decay wanted to make its packaging more chic and iconic. A custom-designed cap topped with a skull (complete with roses for the eyes), with "Urban Decay" debossed on the side. This season is available in two shades - Vice (rich, deep purple with red and blue micro shimmer)

Like them now? Stay tuned because the Holiday 2013 Collection is on their way now!
Get Urban Decay Cosmetics at Sehpora Malaysia or log on to http://www.urbandecay.com for more information!

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8 Comments

  1. those lipsticks are so pretty!!!

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  2. Omg i have been waiting for their lipsticks! And the brow box looks interesting...

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    1. Hi Farisha! They're waiting you in Sephora stores now!

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  3. looks good, will go to check out the Urban Decay B6 Vitamin Infused Complexion Prep Spray at Sephora :D

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    1. Ya Kelly, should try that. I'll change to this one once I've finished my existing UD setting spray!

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  4. Wow, I love all this product. Wish to get it.
    Please visit to my beauty blog too https://lemonteaicenia.blogspot.com

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