I’m really annoyed that this foundation didn’t work for me I’m giving it three stars because lord, it looked beautiful. It made my skin tone even out and did a good job at hiding some of my old acne scars and redness. I loved the semi-matte finish, which had just enough luminosity to make my skin glow.
Unfortunately, that’s where my praise runs out. This foundation made me break out terribly within like two days of using it and we’re talking huge, nasty, painful cystic acne that I’m only just recovering from. It turns out that it’s NOT oil free, which means bad times for my combination-leaning-oily skin. Plus, even with a finishing powder, this stuff just melted off, even inside in air conditioning. Five or six hours after application, every time I touched my face it would still be coming off. This meant that although it looked perfect when I did it, it became more and more uneven throughout the day.
I just returned my bottle to Sephora and switched it with the MUFE HD foundation, which hopefully will work better!
This formula helps skin achieve a natural, illuminated and bright finish— like the beautiful skin you were born with. Naked Skin is formulated with light-diffusing spheres, transforming you to look professionally retouched. Buildable coverage allows women to customize their look. Available in a meticulously calibrated range of shades, Urban Decay’s precise shade numbering system does poetic justice to both warm tones (ending in “.0”) and cool skin tones (ending in “.5”). The finish is matte, never flat, and luminous, but not shiny.
Urban Decay Naked Skin Weightless Ultra Definition Liquid Makeup ($39.00 for 1.0 oz.) is supposed to be a “weightless” and “invisible” foundation with a “luminous, demi-matte finish” and “buildable coverage.” There are eighteen shades to choose from with shades ending in zero indicating a warm-toned shade, and shades ending with a five are for cooler complexions.