The instant Urban Decay released the Revolution lipsticks, my wish list covered about half of them. I decided to take the relationship slow. Very slow. I admired from afar, courted a few shades in store, and finally ordered Naked. I wore it. I loved it. We still get together often. But that still lengthy wish list was lingering in the back of my mind.
With the release of the Pulp Fiction Collection, I knew Mrs. Mia Wallace was coming home to mama. With her, I decided to bring Shame and Turn On – the two longest standing contestants on The List.
The trio has unleashed my inner badass.
Turn On is an unexpected shade of pink for my olive complexion that has me throwing caution to the wind. A very pink-lips-don’t-care attitude. It’s not a dainty shade, nor can it be deemed as classic and vibrant. But I like it.
If you’ve ever even remotely considered buying Shame, do yourself a favor and just get it. While it is undoubtedly intense and the almost black of the bullet is overwhelming at best, I haven’t seen a single person look bad in Shame. It’s the exact vampy lipstick shade I’ve searched for over the last couple of years and I have every intention of wearing the hell out of over the next few months.
But the girl that set it all in motion is still Mrs. Mia Wallace.
Blood red. Black tube. Ezekiel 25:17 quoted (and what Jules Winnfield, Bad Mother F***er, adds to it).
I was surprised at how unique Mrs. Mia Wallace is to my collection despite the number of red lipsticks I own. Apparently I’ve never hunted down a blood red before. And now I don’t have to. She’s a badass through and through.
Turn On, Shame, and Mrs. Mia Wallace are a complete fall lipstick wardrobe and leave little to be desired.
What makeup gets you in touch with your inner badass?