Skywalk

Urban Decay Naked Skin Highlighting Fluid

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Urban Decay Skywalk Naked Skin Highlighting Fluid
Urban Decay Skywalk Naked Skin Highlighting Fluid
Urban Decay Skywalk Naked Skin Highlighting Fluid
Urban Decay Skywalk Naked Skin Highlighting Fluid
Urban Decay Skywalk Naked Skin Highlighting Fluid
Urban Decay Skywalk Naked Skin Highlighting Fluid
Urban Decay Skywalk Naked Skin Highlighting Fluid
Urban Decay Skywalk Naked Skin Highlighting Fluid
Urban Decay Skywalk Naked Skin Highlighting Fluid
Urban Decay Skywalk Naked Skin Highlighting Fluid
Urban Decay Skywalk Naked Skin Highlighting Fluid
Urban Decay Skywalk Naked Skin Highlighting Fluid
Urban Decay Skywalk Naked Skin Highlighting Fluid
Urban Decay Skywalk Naked Skin Highlighting Fluid
Urban Decay Skywalk Naked Skin Highlighting Fluid
Urban Decay Skywalk Naked Skin Highlighting Fluid
Urban Decay Skywalk Naked Skin Highlighting Fluid
Urban Decay Skywalk Naked Skin Highlighting Fluid

Urban Decay Skywalk is a moderately cool-toned, very light blue with a pearl finish. It is a permanent highlighter that retails for $28.00 and contains 0.21 oz.

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Editor's Review

Urban Decay Skywalk Naked Skin Highlighting FluidUrban Decay Skywalk Naked Skin Highlighting Fluid ($28.00 for 0.21 oz.) is a sheer, bluish white with fine, iridescent pearl. As described, it was sheer and only buildable to semi-sheer coverage and the key was to let the initial layer dry down before adding any more on top. The consistency was thin, more water-like, and fluid over the skin. I was able to pat it over my cheeks and blend out with my fingertips on bare skin as well as over liquid foundation, but I did have to be careful not to disturb any powder products I layered it over due to the wateriness of the formula. On its own, the highlighter lasted for seven and a half hours on me.

The Naked Skin Highlighting Fluid is supposed to be a “sheer, weightless formula” that gives skin a “dewy, lit-from-within look.” I think one of the key takeaways from the brand’s description is that it is “sheer,” “subtle,” and “never overdone” — it is a subtle highlighter, and they tend to look more similar than not applied (at least, on me). They had sheer to medium, buildable coverage with a very fluid, thin texture (not quite watery) and were blendable on the skin, whether bare or over liquid foundations. If I was too vigorous blending out the product, it did cause some separation of my base products if I had powder on top, but it was fine with gentle blending (fingertips or stippling brush). The formula dried down and wasn’t tacky on the skin, and they lasted between seven and a half and eight hours on me. You can view swatches all of the full line here.

The brand posted some video demos that included using it alone as well as mixed with foundation. I think that the smaller amount is less conducive to regular mixing with base products but is a sufficient amount for a spot highlighter. If you wanted something more for mixing, similar products with similar subtly often contain at least 0.50 fl. oz., if not more.

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Claims / Ingredients

Naked Skin Highlighting Fluid is strobing the Urban Decay Naked way. The formula absorbs into the skin rather than sitting on top, so your skin still shows through. Get that it’s-you-only-better look with a range of shades—from cult favorites like Sin (the perfect champagne) and Fireball (peach with a pink shift) to Skywalk (a blue hue - coming soon!). Urban Decay’s founder, Wende Zomnir loves layering powder highlighter on top of Naked Skin Highlighting Fluid for added depth and dimension.

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