Urban Decay

Naked Skin Ultra Definition Loose Finishing Powder, Naked Light 1 ea

$34.00

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works well with shades 0.5 - 3.0

Finish getting Naked with Urban Decay's Naked Skin Ultra Definition Loose Finishing Powder. This addictively silky, weightless formula provides all the benefits of UD's Pressed Powder - including the luminous, demi-matte Naked finish you crave.

Set makeup, cut shine and blur flaws. Designed to be virtually invisible on your skin, UD's high-tech, light-reflecting formula "fools" the eye with optical blurring, seemingly airbrushing away imperfections and creating a soft-focus effect that looks professionally retouched. This creamy, buildable formula applies beautifully, never looks chalky or cakey and won't settle into fine lines.

Wear Naked Skin Loose Finishing Powder over Naked Skin Liquid Makeup (or Naked Skin Beauty Balm!) to set your makeup and help it last, or try this silky formula on bare skin. Either way, your skin will look flawless - even under bright, unforgiving light. For a flawless application, use Urban Decay's Good Karma Optical Blurring Brush.

Because the formula is jet-milled, it's insanely silky and feels amazing on your skin. And it's free of oil, parabens, alcohol and fragrances.

Naked Skin Loose Finishing Powder comes in a generously sized jar that's perfect to keep on your vanity, yet it's still compact enough for travel. (Because some people love loose all the time.) However you use it, a custom gunmetal sifter (shaped like the UD icon!) dispenses just the right amount of powder each time.

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Silica, Dimethicone/Vinyl Dimethicone Crosspolymer, Ethylhexyl Palmitate, Isoceteth-10, Phenoxyethanol, Sodium Dehydroacetate, Sorbic Acid, Ascorbyl Palmitate, May Contain (+/-):, Titanium Dioxide Cl 77891, Iron Oxides ( CI 77491, CI 77492, CI 77499), Manganese Violet (CI 77742), Ultramarines Cl 77007, Bismuth Oxychloride (CI 77163)

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