New Urban Decay Naked Skin Makeup

IMG_5107 Today on my channel I review the new Urban Decay Naked Skin Ultra Definition Powder Foundation & Weightless Complete Coverage Concealer (what’s with the super long names lately?).

Watch the video here.

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I have to say that the powder after a few more uses was a bit disappointing. The immediate finish is silky, weightless, and smooth, but it just kept changing colors on my cheeks! Don’t get me wrong it’s not a horrible product, just not for me when I have found better ones.

In my video, I compare the powder foundation to the NARS All Day Luminous Powder Foundation, which I LOVE. Both products have the same claims, but only NARS really lives up to it. If your looking for an all day powder foundation that can be used wet or dry, with a brush or sponge, I’d spend the extra few bucks to get the NARS one and skip on the Urban Decay. You can watch my NARS All Day Luminous Powder Foundation review here.

The concealer on the other hand is quite nice. It’s light weight and does not crease on my when set with powder. It is a bit drying so if you have dry skin, you might want to stay away. The weightless complete coverage concealer is defiantly weightless. Complete coverage is not how I’d describe the product. The concealer is at most medium coverage and good for no makeup days because it sets and doesn’t budge.

Have you tried any of these new products? What are your thoughts on them?

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Serein

2 Comments

  1. February 25, 2015 / 9:02 am

    I think that the concealer looks like something I would like, I might give it a go as soon as I finish my Nars concealer.

    • Serein
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      February 25, 2015 / 4:42 pm

      Nars radiant cream concealer is one of my all time favorites and this one creases less on me, but it’s also a lighter formula. Thank you for reading!

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