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For the past week along with testing the Colourpop x Kathleen Lights Dream St Palette, I tested out the Urban Decay Naked Skin Weightless Complete Coverage Concealer in the shade Fair Neutral. I ran out of the Makeup Revolution Conceal and Define Concealer, and any shade remotely close to my skin tone was sold out. And my other concealers were dried out or expired so I needed a new concealer to try out since I wear concealer every single day. But I didn’t want to get a new Tarte Shape Tape though I probably will get another one of those again.
Claims on this concealer/shade
Cover imperfections without looking covered up. Urban Decay’s Naked Skin Weightless Complete Coverage Concealer gives you buildable, even coverage with a luminous, demi-matte finish. Ultra lightweight, this high-tech formula melds like a second skin to give you full coverage in an instant.
For complete coverage, just keep building; no matter how much you apply, Naked Skin Concealer always blends beautifully and NEVER settles into fine lines.
UD loaded Naked Skin Concealer with lots of ingredients that are good for your skin. Matrixyl 3000 contains anti-wrinkle peptides to improve skin’s youthful appearance and elasticity. Japanese green tea revitalizes and helps reduce the appearance of fine lines. Litchiderm (derived from lychee fruit) protects against dehydration, resulting in a brighter, more radiant complexion. And sodium hyaluronate helps skin attract and retain moisture.
Practical and travel-friendly, this formula comes in a gorgeous bottle that’s like a smaller version of Urban Decay’s Naked Skin Liquid Makeup component. The modern flocked applicator lays down just the right amount of product, and it’s soft enough to use on the delicate skin under the eyes.
Urban Decay is 100% cruelty-free.
Naked Skin Concealer comes in a range of meticulously calibrated shades that coordinate with Naked Skin Powder Foundation. The shade-matching system provides a clear starting point for finding your perfect shade: the first part represents shade intensity, and the second indicates shade undertone.
Naked Skin Weightless Complete Coverage Concealer in Fair Neutral works well with Naked Skin Weightless Ultra Definition Liquid Makeup shades 0.5-1.5
I really have been enjoying this concealer and I would definitely would consider this concealer as a second skin. It isn’t super full coverage but can be built up to be that. And looks wonderful under the eyes while not looking dried out or creases anywhere on my face.
The applicator of this concealer is flat shaded on each side with a small ledge that helps grab more product. And I don’t go through this concealer as quickly as the Makeup Revolution Concealer, which I really love as this will last longer. If you were curious, this concealer as a life cycle of 9 months once opened. But I have a feeling, I will be getting more soon. But luckily, as posting this the Makeup Revolution one has come back in stock so I’m going to get some more of those just so I can rotate those so hopefully they all last longer. Might seem silly, but I like not having to replace things every 30 days especially if it’s a product that’s insanely popular so it goes out of stock. And I hate that game of will this product work as I have been with foundations. But considering I wear concealer way, way more often than foundation I don’t want to play that game.
Here are two looks I did with the concealer. One on the left is just the concealer and the other is on top of foundation. Both way it worked wonderfully, and I highly recommend this product!
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