The other day, Urban Decay generously hosted some bloggers and myself for a viewing of “Pulp Fiction,” which I’d convinced myself I’d seen in its entirety in 1995 at a boy’s house party. What the what? OBVIOUSLY, I only saw, like, 45% of it. I deeply remember all of Mrs. Mia Wallace‘s scenes and a newfound love of Chanel Vamp in every single iteration and how I had to appreciate what an “explosive element this Bonnie situation is.” Perhaps my missing some of the more disturbing parts of the flick are for the best; my 15-year-old self couldn’t have handled it as well as my 34-year-old self can. So props to UD for completing this very important piece of pop-culture knowledge for me and also for creating this Pulp Fiction-branded capsule collection, which includes:
A palette featuring 5 shades emblazoned with Jules Winnfield’s famous Ezekiel quote. Shades include Righteous, a light cream matte; Tyranny, a warm brown matte; Vengeance, a deep taupe brown matte-satin; and Anger, a black satin with slight sparkle.
Revolution Lipstick in Mrs. Mia Wallace, a deep blood red.
24/7 Glide-on Lip Pencil in Mrs. Mia Wallace.
Nail Color in Mrs. Mia Wallace.
Heavy Metal Glitter Eyeliner in Gunmetal, which we recognize that Mia wasn’t wearing in the film, but I’d posit she’d rock on another occasion at Jack Rabbit Slim’s (or any other “wax museum with a pulse,” for that matter).
The Pulp Fiction collection retails for $15-$34 and is available at Sephora now.
Are you caving on this? And are you a “Pulp Fiction” fan?