The Soul Sister wore her Satin Ruffles to Pacific Heights

I recently purchased the Urban Decay Super Saturated lipcolor in the bright red color (Fbomb). It has great color payoff and is pretty long lasting. I found that the glossiness of it tends to wear off with eating and drinking, but leaves behind a stained look to the lips. I especially like the fact that it comes as a jumbo pencil, so it’s very easy to apply and tuck into my purse for touchups. I would love to go back and get a few more colors, but the only other colors available right now are bright pink, brighter pink with glitter, and bright orange. If they end up coming out with some more wearable colors, I’ll be sure to pick them up for the color payoff and the ease of application. They’re a little pricey for a lip product at $19 each, but since they’re so pigmented, I imagine it’ll last for quite a long time.

Soul Sister, Pacific Heights, Satin Ruffle

Buxom Merry, Urban Decay Super Saturated lip in Fbomb

On the eyes:

  • Urban Decay Primer Potion
  • Satin Ruffles applied from lashes to above crease using Quick Shadow and Crease brush
  • Pacific Heights buffed into socket above crease using Quick Shadow and Crease brush
  • Soul Sister blended into crease and outer V, and under lower lashes, using  Quick Shadow and Crease brush
  • Retro liner shadow on lower waterline
  • FDVM

  

On the lips:

  • Urban Decay Super Saturated lip color in Fbomb
  • Buxom Merry

On the face:

  • Smashbox foundation
  • tarte concealer
  • Laura Geller Balance and Brighten in Regular
  • MAC mineralize blush in Feeling Flush
  • Original mineral veil

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About Essy
I'm finally figuring out this makeup thing in my 30's. It's so much fun to collect and play with new colors and styles. I'm not a makeup artist, and far from it. I welcome any comments and tips you have!

One Response to The Soul Sister wore her Satin Ruffles to Pacific Heights

  1. Roz says:

    Gorgeous red shade and you look great in all lippies! Is there a dupe you know of for Satin Ruffles?

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