Is Urban Decay’s '90s Vice Lipstick Capsule Collection Sold Out? Scoop Up These Lippies ASAP
The ‘90s have come back in a major way in terms of fashion and beauty. So, now that Urban Decay’s reviving their original line-up of lippies from the decade, you’re not going to want to miss the chance to shop these shades. Is Urban Decay’s Vice Lipstick Vintage Collection sold out? There’s still some time to make a purchase.
Urban Decay's brought back nine different shades from the '90s that will only be available for a limited time, according to their website. Two of the colors, Roach and UV-B, are currently out of stock on Urban Decay’s website. But, don’t get too bummed out because all nine shades were in stock online at Sephora at the time of publication. So, there’s still a chance to collect all of the colors, in case that’s what you were hoping to do.
And since these haven’t been available for quite a while (and who knows when or if they’ll be up for grabs again) you'll probably really want to shop each of these. Because, like I said, the ‘90s are back in full-force as far as the beauty world’s concerned. That’s not likely to change anytime soon, either. So, get everything from glittery black to blue to suit all of your 1990s-girl beauty needs.
Purples, blues, browns. Yep, the gang's all here.
1. Oil Slick
This lippie's got bold color and sparkle packed into one. Oh, heck yeah!
Be the best version of yourself (the '90s version, of course) in this blue lipstick.
Golden brown lipstick is the perfect way to recreate that grunge beauty look, don't you think?
Relive your glory days and slick a little lavender across that pout of yours.
More of a dark purple kind of gal? Don't worry. UD's got you covered in that department, too.
Get vamped out in this deep, dark red.
Go bold or go home! That was your attitude back then, and it can be your attitude now as long as you've got this bright lippie slathered on.
This lippie's sold out at Urban Decay, but thankfully, you can find it at Sephora and fully relive the good old days.
If you had to come up with one color to sum up the 1990s, this would be it.
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