LIPSTICK // URBAN DECAY 1993 COMFORT MATTE LIPSTICK

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I love a good matte nude lipstick and this one is no exception.

Let me introduce my latest addition Urban Decay Comfort Matte Lipstick in 1993 – £15.50

I was umming and ahhing over this lipstick for a long time, I mean £15 aint cheap but after seeing Nana endorse this and having a swatchfest at Fabled I could not get this out of mind, so during the Christmas sales I took myself to Feel Unique who were having a sale on UD products and I took advantage of the Feel Unique Brand For Life (10% off any one brand on FU for 6 months) and in the end I managed to bag this £13.50 which didn’t hurt as much as £15.50.

 Now, as weird as this may sound late last year was the first time I had ever tried an Urban Decay lipstick. I know, I am SOO late, but I figured I came in at the right time as UD re-branded their entire lipstick range.

 I had my eye on a few but I came back to 1993 time and time again. 1993 is what I would call a pinkish brown matte with a slight peach undertone.

The comfort matte label is true to word.  This shade is matte but not super drying like some matte lippies *cough, cough MAC*

I found this shade to be pigmented with a smooth application, I felt no tugging at all when applying which is a plus for me, hell, it’s a plus for anyone.

One thing I do find a bit odd about this lipstick is how it applies, almost like a liquid lipstick, I find when you first apply it, it’s creamy with a light sheen but as the hours pass it dries to a comfortable matte but I don’t have an issue with this, it doesn’t ruin the texture at all.

Wear time is pretty good, bear in mind I’m eating and drinking throughout the day, I feel like I only have to lightly reapply once during office hours.

So, do I like this lipstick?
Hell yeah!
It’s an effortless warm, no fuss nude that looks great on PoC – what’s not to love?

I find myself wearing this to work as it’s perfect for an “office nude” but obviously you’re not restricted to that.

This will definitely be a repurchase and a go to lip colour for everyday wear, in fact, I loved this shade so much I went out and bought the recently released liquid lipstick version of this, see my NYC Haul HERE for more info!

I’ll bring a separate review to the blog soon!

Nat x

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  1. March 10, 2017 / 08:44

    The color is so prety , I think grunge by colourpop is in the same family . ( i made a resolution i need to end up a similar shade before to buy a new one )

    • April 21, 2017 / 08:44

      Ooo I don't have Grunge but this is good to know! I need to make the same resolution for most of my lipstick shades! Haha! x

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