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Good morning! Today I’m excited to share with you the all new Urban Decay Naked Skin Ultra Definition Loose Finishing Powder. It’s vegan! It’s got an amazing, silky texture and it may just be my new favorite setting powder. It is available in 5 shades. Let’s take a look!
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Other Vegan Products by Urban Decay
Naked Skin Liquid Foundation
Naked Skin Ultra Definition Pressed Finishing Powder
Naked Ultra Nourishing Lipglosses
Naked Skin Beauty Balm
About Urban Decay Naked Skin Ultra Definition Loose Finishing Powder
Urban Decay launches Naked Skin Ultra Definition Loose Finishing Powder. This addictively silky, weightless formula provides all the benefits of our pressed powder – including the luminous, demi-matte Naked finish you crave. Set makeup, cut shine and blur flaws. Designed to be virtually invisible on your skin, our high-tech, light reflecting formula ‘fools’ the eye with optical blurring, seemingly airbrushing away imperfections and creating a soft-focus effect that looks professionally retouched. Our creamy, buildable formula applies beautifully, never looks chalky or cakey and won’t settle into fine lines. Wear it over Naked Skin Liquid Makeup or Naked Skin Beauty Balm to set your makeup and help it last, or try this silky formula on bare skin. Any which way you wear it, your skin will look flawless – even under bright, unforgiving light.
$34 for .28 oz (by comparison the pressed is only .26 oz)
See my review and swatches of the Urban Decay Naked Skin Ultra Definition Pressed Setting Powder.
Sephora, Ulta, Macy’s, Beauty.com, UrbanDecay.com (starting January 14, 2014)
I LOVE this new packaging! I compared this to my old Urban Decay Razor Sharp Ultra Definition Finishing Powder (.42 oz). While I loved the powder, that packaging design was such a pain in the butt to get the powder out without making a mess. The new Ultra Definition Pressed Setting Powder is so easy to get the powder in and out. There’s a cute debossed UD logo inside that dispenses the powder. Additionally, this powder is heads and tails better than the old Razor Sharp.
works with 0.5 to 3.0
Naked Medium Light
works with 2.0 to 4.0
works with 4.5 to 6.5
Naked Medium Dark
works with 6.0 to 8.0
works with 8.0 to 12.0
For reference, I wear .5 in the Naked Skin Liquid Foundation and Naked Light in the Beauty Balm.
The shades seem to be pretty forgiving. On my skin Light blends in nearly seamlessly. Medium Light and Medium are very close in tone to my eyes. I think Medium Light is a tiny bit warmer. Medium Dark is noticeably deeper than Medium and Dark is a huge jump from Medium Dark. I think these shades will work with almost all skintones.
I absolutely LOVE this loose setting powder. I didn’t really get into setting powders until last year and the loose just seem to work better for me than pressed, especially once James Vincent taught me the press and roll technique. (See my video here). This powder is incredibly silky to the touch and after applying it my skin still felt silky smooth even 8 hours later.
In this picture I have on primer, Urban Decay Naked Skin Beauty Balm in Naked Light, and I set it with Naked Skin Ultra Definition Loose Finishing Powder in Naked Light. I feel like it does a wonderful job of helping to blur my skin’s many imperfections (you can see my rosacea peeking through). It doesn’t get cakey on me. It gives me a ‘real skin’ finish, perfect for a no makeup look for a night on the town. I feel like it makes my pores practically invisible.
I wore the Beauty Balm and Finishing Powder for 8 hours without showing wear, which seriously impressed me. I think this powder is amazing!
Overall, I’m very pleased with Urban Decay’s new loose powder. From it’s insanely silky formula to its ultra forgiving shades, it’s fantastic. Additionally, I was extremely excited to find out that the loose setting powder (as well as several other UD products) are vegan. I’m happy to have new vegan products to recommend to people when I’m asked.
What do you think of the new Urban Decay Naked Skin Ultra Definition Loose Finishing Powders?
Do you prefer loose or pressed finishing powders?
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I love a great loose powder! I’ll have to check this one out. I love the shade range for this as well.
And the shades are quite forgiving too!
Ohhh my God, Urban Decay… What are you doing to my wallet!!! Needless to say, I love their Naked line (except Naked 3, I’m still undecided). Would you suggest getting the loose powder instead of the pressed?
Yes! I find their loose performs better for me.
Thanks Phyrra! Will be picking this up in the shade medium light