The Weightless Coverage Concealer - Urban Decay
Urban Decay are well known for their gorgeous palettes. The pigmentation to how long they last is just incredible. I had never actually tried any of their face products. So around the Christmas sales I picked up the Urban Decay Naked Concealer in the shade Light Warm.
This concealer claims to have a Weightless coverage no matter how much you apply. It continues to blend into the skin without settling into any fine lines. It also has Japanese green tea. This revitalizes and helps reduce the appearance of fine lines and giving a brighter, more radiant complexion. The formula is enriched with Matrixyl 3000, green tea, Litchiderm™ (derived from lychee fruit) and sodium hyaluronate.
After using this for around 3 months, I have been beyond impressed with this concealer. This was the first high street concealer I have tried and the amount of coverage it gives off is beautiful. I have always struggled with completely concealing my spots but this helps a long way towards that.
As it claims you can build this as much as is necessary and it will still come out good. I have tried and tested this claim and as long as you blend it in a lot it goes onto the skin really naturally. For applying this concealer I would recommend a beauty blender rather than a brush. Just because with a beauty blender you can reduce the amount of product you are actually using and focus the product more on the area.
This is gentle enough to be used under the eyes. I tend to apply a small amount of this under the eyes, around the nose and then on any blemishes. I only need one dip into the bottle with this and all the areas are covered.
What I like about this concealer is that it blends to the certain areas of skin that you are concealing. With my spots it conceals them and gives a subtle very subtle glow. Making it appear as if all my skin is glowy and radiant.
With the under eyes and nose area this adds a gorgeous highlight, making my face look flawless and free from any redness or dark circle.
The shade Light Warm is the perfect shade for me, out of the range there are 8 shades to choose from. Ranging from fairly pale to dark. 8 shades isn't too bad compared to a drugstore brand that may only do 3 or 4.
The concealer is priced at £17.50 which might sound expensive for some. But this is a high quality high end concealer. So there is always going to be a bigger price to pay. I would recommend this to anyone regardless of their skin type. I have quite oily skin at the moment so I was a bit scared to use this in case it just washed away through the day. But it stays in place all day without a budge.
I would now count this as my go to concealer. It hasn't let me down and there is still so much more product left even though I have used it for this long. If you have any concealer recommendations for me feel free to comment them down below.
Until next time, Chloe!