I’ve only got a sample of this powder – in the shade Light (I’m fair but certainly not the fairest of the fair so good luck to the many women with lighter skin than mine – you may not find a colour match), so I can’t comment on whether or not this is in a “travel friendly” container (important with loose powders) but I absolutely LOVE the results I get with this powder. It really does look “naked” but sets my BB/CC creams beautifully without looking powdery or obvious. Helps them wear longer too. Like Sarah, I dust this on with a big, fluffy brush concentrating on the middle of my face and the results are lovely. While it’s a bit on the pricey side for a loose powder (and one from UD; this is a bit higher priced than I’d have expected), I wouldn’t hesitate to buy this and I’m putting it on my “wish list” for when I finish up one of the many powders I already have and need to use!
Really happy with this loose powder. Makes my skin feel velvety soft. This powder does exactly what it says. It blurs imperfections, made my skin look poreless, and produced a beautiful demi-matte finish- something exclusive to Urban Decay. I will say this, though: if you have any dry patches, by careful because if you apply too much of this powder (just like any other loose powder) you could accentuate them. I apply with a big fluffy brush and a light hand, and so far it hasn’t steered me wrong!
Urban Decay Ultra Definition Loose Finishing Powder ($34.00 for 0.28 oz.) is a new (and permanent) product being added to the Naked Skin range this spring. It’s supposed to be a “silky, weightless formula” that gives a “luminous, demimatte Naked finish” while setting makeup, reducing shining, and blurring flaws. There are five shades in the formula (see this post for Urban Decay’s recommendations).