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15 March 2016

The Review –Urban Decay Naked Concealer


I've been using this concealer for slightly over a month now and it's been a staple in my routine ever since. I mentioned the bit about this on the my post of my top five concealers so you've probably already read how much I love it and here's why.



The first thing I noticed about this concealer was the doe foot applicator it's not like the Nars which is your typical doe foot applicator, it's just dead straight it reminds me of the sleek matte me liquid lipsticks and I wasn't really impressed when I used that for the first time so I honestly there's not know what to think. When I applied it with the applicator for the first time I was actually impressed it's not stiff so it gives enough mobility for you to apply it under your eyes or anywhere else on your face I found it easy to apply on the crevices of my nose. For blending out I have used my beauty blender, real techniques bushes and even my fingertips I find all techniques work well with this I did have difficulty using any tools or even my fingertips. If you want a sheer coverage then go ahead and use the beauty blender if you want a full coverage then use a brush if you prefer using a beauty blender and want full coverage then apply in thin layers I believe this works best. I find that even when sheered out I find it does get rid of my dark circles.
I've probably mentioned before that concealers have starting to crease on me for the past few months. To actually find a concealer that doesn't set into fine lines and doesn't crease has been quite a task so when this didn't crease on me or set into fine lines I was pretty impressed, but didn't get to ahead of myself I thought I'd give this a good few weeks before I give my verdict and I am pleased to say that it doesn't actually set into my fine lines or creases at the end of the day, so that gets a double thumbs up from me. The consistency is quite thin making it easy to blend, the colour selection in the naked range is quite wide so there is something for darker skin tone and light. The lasting power on me is pretty good it lasts for about 5 to 7 hours before I think it starts wearing off slightly bearing in mind everyone is different for the staying power will be totally different and I have dry skin so I don't find products that wear off easily on me. So I think I covered it all overall I am really liking this concealer I've been using it a lot recently and it is stable piece in my routine in fact I like this quite a lot and am thinking to add this to my make-up kit as I think it will work on most people.

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