Bang is described as a bright orange on Urban Decay's website, and is one of their vegan shades. I think it definitely leans a little bit red, especially on my skin; I was going to call it an orange-red. These contain .14 ounces of product, and are $24. The compacts they come in are functional and very cute; they're sheer purple with a metallic snake design on top, and there's a mirror on the inside of the compact, making these a great product to travel with or throw into a purse.
|Urban Decay Afterglow Glide-On Cheek Tint Compact|
|Urban Decay Cheek Tint in Bang, natural light|
|Bang in indoor light|
I've built up a couple of layers of product in the swatches below; you could get it a little bit darker than this (but probably never opaque), and you can easily wear it more sheer than this.
|Swatch of Bang, natural light|
|Swatch of Bang, indoor light|
And here's a look where I used Bang as a base for my cheeks; note that there are other cheek products involved and layered on top! I've also got it on my lips mixed with some lip balm and a tiny dab of NYX's lip cream in Amsterdam.
Summary: I really enjoy the Urban Decay After Glow Glide-On Cheek Tint formula, and Bang is a gorgeous color. These bright oranges are really big for spring and summer, and this is a nice, easy way to wear it if you're just testing the water. I love orange reds, and I can see reaching for this blush often, since it's very difficult to find orange-red blushes that aren't mixed with a bit of brown or rose. When set with a bit of powder (or powder blush, as I usually wear cream blushes), I get about average wear time with these. As you see above, you can even use these on lips! However, they're not meant to be worn this way, so I'm not sure if I'm poisoning myself by putting this near my mouth, and I'd also recommend mixing these with a bit of balm if you'd like to use them this way.
A note on availability; I bought mine at a Sephora Inside JCP location, but this shade does not seem to be available in traditional Sephoras, or on their website. You can get it through Urban Decay's website, however, and I have only had good experiences ordering from them directly.