URBAN DECAY ALL NIGHTER FOUNDATION REVIEW & SWATCHES


I tried the brand new Urban Decay All Nighter Liquid Foundation and wanted to share with you my thoughts.


Here are the product claims:

All Nighter Liquid Foundation provides full coverage with a modern matte finish that never looks overdone. Get serious long-lasting wear and a blown-out effect you never thought was possible. Perfect for all-night affairs and other scandalous activities, our revolutionary formula is also comfortable enough to wear every day.

Here are my thoughts:

This foundation truly provides full coverage. I don´t feel the need to apply any concealer on top of this on any area of my face. You don´t need much product for this amazing coverage either! The finished look is matte, but looks still like skin. I find that the foundation looks overall pretty good but it does not really like wrinkles and pores and tends to accentuate those. I would go very light handed around the eye area and the forehead, if you have there fine lines- or deep wrinkles. 

Check out the amazing coverage on this pic. I applied it only on half of my face, and I don´t think I have to tell you which one! ;-)



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I also have a couple of swatches in 4 different colors. Remember, it is very important to pick the right shade, if you buy a full coverage foundation. I used BTW 5.0 on the photos. With 24 available shades, you surely will get a match for yours. If you are unsure, what color to choose, I recommend going to Sephora and swatch them life, or ask an Sephora associate to get color matched.



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My verdict:


The Urban Decay All Nighter Foundation ($40) is a great foundation for oily to combination skin for a matte finish that lasts many hours. My skin still feels like it can breath, but it is somewhat accentuating fine lines, wrinkles and pores (I would just use the tiniest amount on areas where you tend to have wrinkles or enlarged pores to avoid that). 

Overall I still really like it! Have you tried it?







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