What's In Urban Decay's All Nighter Collection? Here's The Latest Addition To The Line — PHOTOS

If you're a makeup fan, chances are you have a few Urban Decay products. From their smoky eyeshadow palette to longwearing lip gloss, no one does it like UD. So here's a breakdown of what's in Urban Decay's All Nighter Collection, because these products truly last.

Urban Decay is known for bold colors, cult-favorite products and everlasting formulas. So when Urban Decay announced a new product via their Instagram page, I was beyond thrilled. Urban Decay's new Razor Sharp Water-Resistant Longwear Liquid Eyeliner comes in 20 shades ranging from hot pink to electric blue and black. So whatever look you're trying to accomplish, now you can knowing it'll last all night.

These eyeliners are the latest product to join the UD All Nighter Collection, which previously only included face setting products and a single color eyeliner pencil. Could this be a sign of more All Nighter products to come? I hope so. Long wearing eyeshadows, blushes or mascara would be amazing additions to any collections, especially during the hot summer months when we're all melting our faces off.

So what's in Urban Decay's All Nighter Collection? Here's a breakdown of each product and why you're bound to love what's next for this line.

1. Razor Sharp Water-Resistant Longwear Liquid Eyeliner

We don't know what date these babies launch this fall, or how much they'll retail for. But we do know the collection comes in a range for formulas, including lacquered creams and metallic finishes.

2. All Nighter Eye Liner

Urban Decay All Nighter Eye Liner, $7, urbandecay.com

This liner is black as night and super shiny, and you can use it to smugde out a smoky eye or create a precise wing.

3. All Nighter Long-Lasting Makeup Setting Spray

Urban Decay All Nighter Long-Lasting Makeup Setting Spray, $30, urbandecay.com

Setting spray can be used on top of or underneath your makeup to hold it in place, or spritzed throughout the day to keep makeup looking fresh.

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