Urban Decay Launches Collab With Gwen Stefani

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Look at the craze that Urban Decay has caused with the Naked Palette and its successors and there's no doubt (sorry - couldn't help but drop a hint!) that this is a beauty brand to be reckoned with.

The recent announcement of their first celeb collab - with Gwen Stefani, the pop-punk queen of No Doubt - has us more giddy with '90s nostalgia than we could have ever imagined.

Seriously, if we were ever to trust ANY musician about makeup, it would be Gwen, whose trademark red pout is all of the lipstick #Goals we've ever had.
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But Gwen's love for beauty goes all the way back to the start. Pull up some #TBTs and you'll see some of the wild, carefree beauty looks she rocked in the '90s and early aughts, further proof that she's not just a trendsetter, but a beauty icon with staying power.

Here is one of our fave looks, taken at the MTV VMAs in 1998. YASSSS.
1998 MTV Video Music Award Arrivals

"Everyone in my life knows I absolutely love makeup. From a very young age, it was an artistic passion of mine. I actually used to be a makeup artist," Gwen said in a statement to Yahoo Beauty. "I love wearing makeup and having so many ways to express myself through it. It's my war paint. To be able to do a collaboration with people who get that concept and who are just as passionate about it is a dream come true. We've made and created products that I actually wear every single day. It's the real thing. I'm obsessed with everything we've done, and I can't wait to share it."

Gwen worked super closely with the Urban Decay team on everything from the colors to the cosmetics formulas to the packaging.

The collection hits stores on November 22, so make sure you tell everyone who might be buying you a holiday gift this year.

All we know is, if there's lipstick, we have to have it. All of it.


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