Guest Review : Urban Decay Lovechild


The first M.A.C Lipglass I purchased was Lovechild, a sparkly berry plum so when Urban Decay came out with Lovechild Super Saturated High Gloss, I thought the color might be kind of similar. Wrong! UD’s Lovechild is a pale pink, great for an everyday natural look. Fatin reviews this product.

I tried Crush from this range and the colour is a show stopper. Urban Decay has come up with two new colours for the Super Saturated High Gloss, Lovechild and Apocalypse.

The formula is just fab! It applies like a dream. The colour is opaque, saturated, high impact and long lasting. This chubby pencil gives you a mega-watt shine and the colour stays on longer than with a lipstick or gloss.

The chubby pencil holds an ultra-creamy formula inside so there is no chance in this lippy going ‘squish’ or breaking like in a normal lippie case. Each 8mm pencil barrel is color-matched to its shade, making it a piece of cake to find in a messy makeup bag.

I find the texture really creamy and it does a good job at moisturising my lips even without applying a lip balm first thanks to plant derivatives such as Phytosterol which promotes skin hydration and protects the delicate skin on lips. As for the colour Lovechild which is a pale pink hue, the colour looked really pretty when I swatched it. It didn’t have the same effect when I applied it on my lips though but it did have a light glossy shine. The colour appeared pale. *sigh* So what I did was applied a very thin layer of foundation on my lips then applied Lovechild on top of it. Well the colour showed a lot better. I have seen this colour on fair skin girls and it comes out beautiful. I’m assuming their natural lip shade would be light as well. Hmm.. I think I prefer Crush on me. The colour stays on for quite a few hours even with bits of munching in between.

Super-Saturated High Gloss Lip Colours offers seven bright, fun colours in either creamy or metallic sparkle finishes. To sharpen a chubby pencil you would need a Grind House Sharpener. These are available exclusively at Sephora for RM72.

Fatin’s note: Products provided by Juniper’s Journal for review.
Editor’s note : Thanks to Fatin for the review and pics. Products were provided by Sephora PR for review.