Urban DecayNaked Skin Color Correcting Fluid
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A collection of high-tech, color-correcting formulas that blur the look of imperfections.
What it does:
Correct imperfections and play up your best features, all without having to lug around a whole contour kit. With five color-neutralizing shades to target every skin concern, Urban Decay’s Naked Skin Color Correcting Fluid features an innovative, lightweight formula that instantly color-corrects and blurs flaws, leaving 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.
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What else you need to know:
You can see the shade through the clear bottle, so it’s easy to find the right one in your bag. No need to carry a brush either; the modern flocked applicator picks up and lays down just the right amount of product. And it’s soft enough to use on the delicate skin under the eyes.
Choose the shade that targets your skin concerns:
Green reduces redness.
Lavender balances sallowness.
Pink brightens dark areas.
Yellow corrects dullness.
Peach masks circles/spots.
Urban Decay is beauty with an edge. It is feminine, dangerous, and fun…appealing to anyone who relishes her individuality and dares to express it. Known for their daring shade names and innovative products, Urban Decay carries one of the widest selections of color at Sephora—a main reason their brand is so much fun!
Urban Decay loves animals as much as they love makeup. Cruelty-free since day one, they’ve never tested their products on animals (and never will).
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