Finding a foundation that delivers weightless coverage while actually covering imperfections fully is almost impossible. I remember trying one foundation that promised buildable coverage only to discover I looked like a layered cake when I got done and my flaws were still highly visible. Urban Decay’s Naked Skin foundation is designed to build without caking or clogging pores.
If you have problems finding the right shade, you’ll love the 18 shades along with the easy to match skin tone system. Warm tones end in .0 while cool skin tones are labeled with a .5. That makes it even easier to get the perfect shade for your skin. After all, it’s designed to look completely natural with demi-matte finish. Even those with oily skin will find their skin looking fresh and shine free.
With skin nourishing ingredients, Naked Skin foundation helps improve your skin while you wear it. Ingredients such as green tea, anti-wrinkle peptides and brightening Litchiderm help heal your skin so you need less coverage over time. Some have even compared it to a lighter weight BB cream. At $39, it’s not too pricey, especially if you’re ready to test out more professional quality foundations without breaking the bank.
Makeup Artist Tips: For this foundation, I prefer to apply with a foundation brush. I am currently obsessed with the Good Karma Brush by Urban Decay. It gives an airbrushed finish to the face. Amazing.
For more on this amazing foundation, check out Kevin James Bennett’s review!