Urban Decay Matte Revolution Lipstick (Temper)

I tend to shy away from matte lipsticks because of how drying they feel, but after I heard about how creamy and soft the new Urban Decay Matte Revolution lipsticks were, I decided to give it a go. The shade that appealed to me the most is Temper, an orange–red color. I love it because I feel that it suites all skin tones, especially on mine. It's the perfect summer shade, and I know it's going to be fall but I'm not ready to let this one go...so I am going to wear it year round. Temper is the in-between shade compared to it's other Matte Revolution neighbors, Tilt (neon orange) and Bad Blood (deep red).

The Urban Decay Matte Revolution lipsticks cost $22, but it's worth it for the packaging, pigment, comfortable formula and long lasting effects. These last a decent time. I wore this while walking around in Maui and it lasted throughout lunch, in the humidity! And unlike MAC matte lipsticks (which can sometimes be pretty drying to wear it cuts and bleeds my lips), these are extremely comfortable.

To me, Temper is not an intimidating color to wear at all, especially if you're new and shy to bright orange shades. It has the reddish tint to subdue the orange, but it's not super dramatic like the classic red lipstick that you can't use it as an everyday lip. I can see myself wearing this on different occasions, such as with casual clothing or during a night out. This would definitely pair well with golden eyes and a bronzed shimmery face, or even a simple black wing. In conclusion, I would say this is an extremely versatile shade.

This is one of the 9 shades of the Matte Revolution line, and I hope Urban Decay comes out with more shades in the future because it's so beautiful and easy to wear! Here's the swatch and me wearing it:

Have any of you tried the Urban Decay Matte Revolution lipsticks? What are your favorites, or what you would like to try? I bought Stark Naked too but I instantly regret it...maybe nude lipsticks and I will never be friends. I should've gotten 1993 instead.

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