Urban Decay Naked Skin Color Correcting Fluid Lavender, Yellow, Peach, Green, Pink Swatches + Thoughts

Hi there! Here we are with Spring pastel colors – this time around the products are color correcting agents. It just so happens that with this season, a trend of color correcting products have been launching left and right suiting the Spring pastel theme perfectly. From a handful of choices I gravitated to the Urban Decay Naked Skin Color Correcting Fluids as I undeniably love UD cosmetics.

To brighten my under eyes I simply use a banana shade power right after I apply my foundation, before my foundation sets. Luckily, I do not suffer from heavy or dark circles – so I rarely use concealer for that area. When I feel extra fancy (or have the time) to apply concealer – I do so to make my eyes and cheek bones stand out. I decided to pick up all of the shades available.

Some info from the Sephora website:

  • A collection of high-tech, color-correcting formulas that blur the look of imperfections
  • Correct imperfections and play up your best features, all without having to lug around a whole contour kit
  • Five color-neutralizing shades to target every skin concern
  • Lightweight formula that instantly color-corrects and blurs flaws
  • Leaves skin illuminated and bright
  • Subtle pearlescent pigments diffuse light to perfect skin, while antioxidant-rich vitamins C and E condition and protect
  • Unlike a lot of cream-based color correctors, this liquid formula is easy to use and always blends flawlessly for a smooth, even application
  • Each tube retails for $28 for 0.16 oz
  • You can visit Sephora directly here  to check these products out
  • To gain a simple understanding on color correcting, click here to watch the video

 

Here is a snap shot I took while watching the UD videos from Sephora to help you understand the color correcting via the Color Theory.


Having to play with these correctors really depends on what you’re looking to correct or compliment. I do not imagine using all of these all at one setting – only when correcting is needed. In short, I enjoy the peach shade as it does what it claims by brightening the targeted areas for my skin tone. I feel that these fluids dry quite quickly and it is important to prep the skin with a makeup mist for these products to blend well and unhurriedly.

Here are some swatches under direct sunlight with the name and correcting descriptions accordingly

Have you tried any of these products? Would love your input on how you used yours.

Much love, Gigi

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21 thoughts on “Urban Decay Naked Skin Color Correcting Fluid Lavender, Yellow, Peach, Green, Pink Swatches + Thoughts

  1. Your so lucky Gigi! No dark circles and no need to use concealer is a blessing girl! 😍🙌 I’m dying to get the peach and rose I need some for my scary dark circles lol 😅

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  2. I’ve been such a fan of the Maybelline Coverstick Concealer in Green for YEARS. Whenever I break out I get really red and the green is the only thing that covers it. I’m excited to see high end brands bring out the same kind of deal; I also love UD!

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  3. Woah lucky you ! 😍 lol I really wanna get my hands on one or two of these .. the peach and the pink! I have their original concealer and love it so I imagine the formula is the same!? Anywho your swatches make me want them even more! 😍😍

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