Ozzy Osbourne, AC/DC, Twisted Sister, The Cult Inspire Fashionable Colors

In the wake of the successful release of "Perversion," a nail-enamel inspired by Gravity Kill's most recent album, cosmetic company Urban Decay has just permanently added a line of make-up products based on several rock and heavy metal bands.

Issued under the banner of the "Heavy Metal Tour 98/99" line of products, Urban Decay created six colors named for Ozzy Osbourne (just referred to as "Ozzy"), AC/DC, Twisted Sister, Iron Maiden, the Cult and Kiss -- colors which were then used in the creation of various nail enamel, lip gloss and eye shadow.

A spokesperson for Urban Decay says the colors, which were only intended to be released in a limited-edition capacity, are now so popular with the company that it has decided to add the "rock tones" to Urban Decay's permanent line of make-up products.

In addition to music, Urban Decay has also had recent success by pairing colors with films, and has issued shades inspired by such movies as "The Big Lebowski," "A Life Less Ordinary"

and "The Wedding Singer."