Urban Decay Just Extended Their NAKED Skin Lines For Darker Complexions

August 29, 2017  |  

We don’t have to get into how slim the pickings are when it comes to makeup for women of color, particularly those with darker complexions. Slowly, but surely, more and more cosmetics companies are taking the time to develop products in shades that complement dark skin — with foundation being of the utmost necessity — and Urban Decay is one of the latest brands to cater to that need.

Building on its NAKED Skin Weightless Ultra Definition Liquid Makeup line, Urban Decay recently launched two new deeper foundations — no. 12.5 and no. 13 — bringing the product color range to 26 shades total. The foundation is good for your skin too, with its paraben-free, oil-free and fragrance-free formula that’s also infused with anti-wrinkle and lifting peptides to increase skin’s elasticity and help it retain its youthful appearance. Antioxidants like Green Tea and Vitamin E help neutralize free-radicals in the environment to keep skin smooth and supple. Plus there’s the luminous finish that’ll leave your skin with a natural glow.

In addition to the foundation shades, UD also released three new weightless concealers, one of which comes in an extra deep neutral tone to match the new foundations and offers full coverage with a demi-matte finish. The formula is soft enough to use on the skin underneath the eyes, buildable to cover any imperfections, yet melds into the skin to leave your face looking as “naked” as the name suggests.

All of the new shades are available at Sephora, Ulta, Sephora.com, Ulta.com, Macys.com, and UrbanDecay.com and, I must say, provide the perfect palette against the backdrop of the brand’s other new launches which include 15 new Vice lipstick shades and 10 new Vice Liquid Lipsticks.

Vice Lipstick

Vice Liquid Lipstick

Top off with the Naked Skin Highlighting Fluid of your choice (I suggest Sin or Fireball) and you’re good to go for the fall.

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