May 8, 2018

Urban Decay All Nighter Waterproof Setting Powder Available Now

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Brace yourself Urban Decay All Nighter Waterproof Setting Powder is now available and hopefully it will set out to keep your Summer makeup wearing long and strong in the heat.

Imagine a world where your setting powder not only set your makeup while mattifying your complexion but also sets your foundation to a completely waterproof finish. The reality is here as All Nighter Waterproof Setting Powder is just that. This new formula promises a weightless powder that’s breathable but keeps moisture out and provides a lasting lock over your makeup that will get you through a warm, sweaty day no problem. Apparently it’ll keep foundation wearing 11 straight hours.

If you have oily skin that likely means this will prove life saving. They say you can even get it wet and it’ll keep your makeup in place! Hmmmmm……! Like can I swim in my makeup!? Hmmmm!

Urban Decay All Nighter Waterproof Setting Powder is available now at ulta.com and sephora.com.

Whatcha think?

Do you think the claims are true?

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  • Carol G

    Hmmm indeed. I got an email about this last week and yes, in theory, it sounds fantastic but will it really work? Are you going to review it?

    • Isabella Muse

      I do question if it will work that well as it seems like a simple setting powder! But I tend to not doubt UD as remember how great deslick in a tube was?!

  • Deb

    This could be the bomb if it works. I’m thinking about the middle of summer here when we have monsoon humidity and it’s 115 degrees. And no matter how I prep and prime, the sweat just pops through. Yuck! But there’s no way around it, it’s so hot. This might be a solution over a tinted primer or moisturizer. Gotta keep an eye on the reviews for this one.

      • Deb

        Hide inside in the a/c a lot!! You learn little tricks like freezing a bottle of water to take with you when you run errands. If you’re out and about for any length of time, your solidly frozen water melts very, very quickly so it’s drinkable shortly after you put it in the car. SPF 50 umbrella. Wish I was joking. Grocery shopping at night so the sun doesn’t give you a stroke while you’re loading your groceries into the car. Run from your car into the building as quickly as possible. Outdoor activity? Hahahaha! Just no. The worst part is…it NEVER cools off at night. Rarely does it go below 110 at night so you never even get a few minutes of cool in the morning. It’s seriously freaking miserable, which is why we’re looking to move.

        • Isabella Muse

          jesus that sounds horrible. Leesha from xsparkage once said her flip flops stuck to the concrete and I was sitting there like STFU!

          • melanie

            very true… even the asphalt on the road melt .. I have run in to Leesha a few times at Ulta…she is a sweetheart.

          • Isabella Muse

            that is insane lol! I mean it gets crazy hot in New York! Perhaps hot enough to fry an egg on the sidewalk but you won’t have issues with the asphalt melting haha! Leesha is great, I’ve been following her since spectra days 😀

  • melanie

    I am kind of curious to try… Here in Phoenix our temps are climbing and our monsoon season will be starting soon. With temps above 110 & humidity above 50% for 2 months….lets put it to the test…. I think the Arizona temps and humidity will win.