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Because they know their people love being Naked … Skin on their faces… you know what I mean… Urban Decay has new products for you to get naked with! Urban Decay Naked Skin Ultra Definition Powder Foundation and Urban Decay Weightless Complete Coverage Concealer are the latest in Naked Skin products will have you covering up flaws (psh like you have those) but still giving the illusion of having nada on!
Naked Skin Ultra Definition Powder Foundation ($36.00 // Sephora). The foundation with the coverage you require but still keeping with the naked. This can be worn wet or dry. It’s a quick application when worn dry for an every day look but you can use the sponge and wear it wet if you just need a bit more. Coverage is buildable, semi-matte and not overdone.
Before we get into swatches can we just take a minute to talk about how I love the packaging? Not only does the interior of the packaging boast the purple floral motif but you also get a little matching purple floral satchel for your gunmetal colored foundation compact to live in. It’s the little things.
This foundation is available in 14 shades, 5 of which are swatched dry below.
Naked Skin Weightless Complete Coverage Concealer ($28.00 // Sephora). This concealer is thick without being cakey. It’s got amazing, buildable coverage and blends beautifully into the skin with little effort and without settling into facial lines throughout the day. Available in eight shades.
I’m wearing both the Powder Foundation (dry) and Liquid Makeup (only) on my face in this post. I was so impressed with the coverage. The products felt light when worn so it was unexpected (to me, anyway) to feel like I had flawless skin without also adding a liquid foundation in as a base. Particularly on days when I don’t want to wear a ton of makeup this concealer/powder duo will be perfect and on days when I want to be a little more made up I can use the concealer, apply the foundation wet and then just dust a bit of the UD Powder Foundation (dry) on top to set. Winning.
What is your go-to powder foundation and concealer?