Urban Decay is launching its first face oil

Stephanie Panecasio 23 November 2017 NEWS


Prepare to be luminous, because the Drop Shot Mix-In Facial Oil is going to change your skin game.

Urban Decay has been giving us beauty launch after beauty launch, but now the brand is switching it up and is launching its very first face oil. Dry patches and flaky skin? A thing of the past!

The Drop Shot Mix-In Facial Oil is the latest in Urban Decay's foray into the skincare world after the announcement of the brand's Rehab Makeup Prep range, which has dominated the beauty industry for a long time. With such a popular range of foundations, concealers and base products, it seems only natural that this would be the next step for the brand.

It's already been a big year for Urban Decay, having launched the Patrick Nagel inspired Vice palettes, and upcoming launches of the Heavy Metals palette, Troublemaker eyeshadow palette, Afterglow highlighter palette and All Nighter concealer. With launches like this, we're excited to see what comes next!

MECCA Maxima is the official stockist of Urban Decay in Australia, so we'll have our fingers crossed that we'll see the skincare products in-store soon. Who knows, we may even end up seeing a flash of Urban Decay purple in our MECCA bags before Christmas! If you haven't sorted out your Christmas wish list yet, it's definitely something to watch out for.

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