Urban Decay Mrs. Mia Wallace Revolution Lipstick from the Pulp Fiction Collection

Who doesn’t want lips like Mrs. Mia Wallace?

Urban Decay Mrs Mia Wallace Pulp Fiction

Urban Decay Mrs Mia Wallace Pulp FictionImage Credit: The Gloss
I’m not a die-hard enough fan of “Pulp Fiction” to get the entire set (palette, lip liner, and nail polish), but as a self-proclaimed red lipstick aficionado, I just had to have Mrs. Mia Wallace in Urban Decay’s amazing Revolution Lipstick formula ($22). 
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Urban Decay Mrs Mia Wallace Pulp Fiction
Mrs. Mia Wallace is described as a “deep, blood red” by Urban Decay, and I would agree with all but the ‘deep’. This shade is a classic red and totally spot on to the shade Uma wears, but I was hoping it would be just a bit deeper and vampier.
The tube is different from the other Revolution lipsticks and is a blackened gunmetal instead of a pewter tone.
Urban Decay Mrs Mia Wallace Pulp Fiction
As you can see in the above comparison, F Bomb is shinier and more silver and Mrs. Mia Wallace has very fine sparkle and is black.
Urban Decay Mrs Mia Wallace Pulp Fiction
I am really happy they changed the casing as it does give it more of a collector’s feel outside of the ‘Pulp Fiction’ packaging with the title on it, which is definitely a draw for any fan.
Urban Decay Mrs Mia Wallace Pulp Fiction
Mrs. Mia Wallace is cool-toned and very opaque in one go. It does need a bit of warming up, so I do suggest a lip brush to make sure it doesn’t skip when you are near the edges of your lips. It wears well for about 5 hours without issue and then I feel the need to touch up. This is a comfortable but heavy formula.
Urban Decay Mrs Mia Wallace Pulp Fiction
After swatching it, I thought it looked very similar to F Bomb, which is the red in the permanent range of Revolution Lipsticks. You may have seen it on my Instagram, but here is a side-by-side comparison.
Urban Decay Mrs Mia Wallace Pulp Fiction
F Bomb is on the left and Mrs. Mia Wallace on the right. They are almost identical, which is a bit sad. Mrs. Mia Wallace is just a hint darker, but I am dissapointed in Urban Decay for releasing a limited edition shade that really isn’t anything more than a repackaging.
Urban Decay Mrs Mia Wallace Pulp Fiction
The color payoff is great and it really is a show-stopping red, but if you have F Bomb, you can pass on this. Or, if you always wanted F Bomb but love ‘Pulp Fiction‘, this is your chance to have both!
Urban Decay Mrs Mia Wallace Pulp Fiction
I love and adore red lipstick, so this product is something I will wear regardless of dupes, but I wanted to let you all know that this is a fairly basic, albeit stunning, red shade that everyone should have in their collection if they don’t already.
Despite the repackaged feel of this, I am in love with Mrs. Mia Wallace because of the packaging, the formula, and the perfect red color.
Are you picking up anything from the UD ‘Pulp Fiction’ collection?

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