Product Reviews

New Urban Decay Naked Skin One and Done Review

Urban Decay have recently come out with some new products for Summer and this product caught my eye. It’s the Naked Skin One and Done Hybrid Complexion Perfector.


For a start the packaging is really lovely and sleek with a pump for an easy application. This product retails for £25 and claims to give a luminous finish, even out your skin tone whilst having a weightless feel and has an SPF of 20. The foundation also claims to have skin care ingredients that can change your skin over time by reducing pores and making skin firmer and more radiant. In terms of the shade range, I feel as though they should probably come out with a few more shades as 6 probably isn’t enough to cover everybody. However, I got the lightest shade in, ‘light’ which works pretty well.


On initial application to the skin it feels really light and glides over my dry skin really nice. It does give the coverage of a tinted moisturiser,  as it says on the bottle, which I absolutely love! The formula is super dewy and glowy and I have to admit I am completely obsessed. This is the perfect base product for the summer time because it contains SPF, you can’t feel it on the skin, and it lasts all day. Like with most other products, you do need to use a primer but when I do it stays put without turning greasy or sliding off my face. I haven’t stopped using it since I picked it up about a week and a bit a go. I haven’t noticed any differences in terms of the skin care claims but I’m going to keep using it and I’ll update you if anything changes!

Deffo recommend checking out this product and I’ll be looking into other Urban Decay newest releases.

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