There’s nothing more I like more than naked skin that’s why the new Urban Decay Naked Skin Ultra Definition Pressed Finishing Powder launching for Fall 2013 sounds incredible. This finishing powder promises a softy, silky, next to naked skin finish that sure to beautify your makeup regime and it’ll be available very shortly from UD.
Urban Decay Naked Skin Ultra Definition Pressed Finishing Powder ($34) launches shortly with Urban Decay’s Fall 2013 Collection and is a new ultra light finishing powder. Silky, weightless and adding the perfect luminous glow and demi-matte naked finish to skin this powder takes skin to the next level. Cutting shine with a demi-matte finish is all the tip of the iceberg as Naked Skin Ultra Definition Pressed Finishing Powder also contains optical blurring pigments to minimize the appearance of imperfections leaving behind a soft focus effect so skin looks retouched by unlike ordinary powder it isn’t chalky or cakey. Natural naked coverage and a radiant finish? I’m on that guys!
Urban Decay’s Naked Collection has spawned plenty of followers since the original Naked Eyeshadow Palette’s release and more recently the Urban Decay Naked Beauty Balm. This new powder joins the Naked Skin product line with a luxe formula and packaging to match as it comes in a stunning dual compartment compact with a full size mirror. And heck, there’s even a cute purple flower pouch to carry it in.
The powder is oil, paraben, alcohol, and fragrance free.
It’ll be available in five shades as follows:
- Naked Light (works with Urban Decay shades 05-3.0)
- Naked Medium Light (works with Urban Decay Shades 2.0-4.0)
- Naked Medium (works with Urban Decay Shades 4.5-6.5)
- Naked Medium Dark (works with Urban Decay Shades 6.0-8.0)
- Naked Dark (works with Urban Decay Shades 8.0-12.0)
Urban Decay Naked Skin Ultra Definition Pressed Finishing Powder will be available shortly at Sephora, Ulta, Macy’s, sephora.com, ulta.com, macys.com, beauty.com, and of course at urbandecay.com
Will you indulge?
I’m not much of a powder girl but I trust UD to make something as simple as a powder into an incredible product so I’m definitely eager to try this out.
I’ll have a review and swatches for you soon!