If you, like me, crave a natural looking skin then look no further than Urban Decay Naked Skin Foundation. Urban Decay describe this foundation as 'being lighter than air'. It really is, I find it weightless, my skin doesn't feel caked in the slightest.
Urban Decay have designed this foundation in such a way that 'blurs' imperfections giving you a flawless, almost Naked Skin appearance.
The consistency of the Naked Skin foundation is thin and velvety in texture. Very easy to work with -the foundation is very build-able depending on the amount of coverage that you require. If you have flawless skin you will not need much. In saying this, do not panic if your skin isn't in great shape at the moment, use as much as you need to achieve your required look.
It is enriched with Green Tea extracts and Vitamin E which are full of anti oxidants, thus encouraging healthier skin over time.
|Please excuse the mess in the back ground.|
In this picture I am wearing the Naked Foundation with a fairly light coverage on - my skin has been a lot better lately, I have the tiniest amount of coverup stick around my chin for acne scarring. I have some liquid blush, a tiny bit of highlighter, lip stick and eye makeup. I have no setting powder on and I think that this looks really fresh.
This photo was also taken at 2030 tonight and the only part I touched up for this photo was my lippy.
I finished this look by spraying Urban Decay's De Slick Makeup Setting Spray which really finishes your look off and I cant recommend it enough.
The Naked Skin foundation comes packaged in a glass tube with a silver lid. It has a pump which is excellent - keeping control of the amount of product that you use. It also keeps mess to a minimum.
I actually can't fault this foundation - I would make it cheaper, but I would make everything cheaper - so that I could by more..
You can purchase Urban Decay Naked Skin at Beauty Bay, Debenhams or House of Fraser all priced at £27.00.
Have you tried this out yet?