Trance - medium
Yes, it's the latest rage in skincare, but why? Mineral Makeup contains no talc, oils, artificial dyes, or fragrance - just naturally derived minerals - making it the perfect for even the most sensitive skin, oily or dry.
So why is Urban Decay's Mineral Makeup different from other mineral foundations out there? The package just might be our favorite thing - totally mess-free. Other brands' makeup needs to be poured and brushed and swirled and whatnot. Ours comes with an attached puff. Just puff it on for a flawless finish anywhere - at your vanity or on the subway. Use a little for sheer coverage or keep puffing for heavier coverage. Titanium dioxide, a major ingredient, provides formulation color and great coverage. The handy on/off switch means you can toss it in your purse - no spills.
Another unique thing about Surreal Skin: you'll get a semi-matte finish instead of the shiny finish other mineral foundations provide. The result is natural, not made-up, and totally weightless.
Beauty with an edge.
"We don't do animal testing. How could anyone?
Made in China
Urban Decay Cosmetics, LLC
|Methylparaben, Propylparaben, Mica, CI 77163 (Bismuth Oxychloride) (Bismuth Oxychloride), Titanium Dioxide (CI 77891) (Titanium Dioxide), CI 77491 (Iron Oxides), CI 77492 (Iron Oxide Yellow), CI 77499 (Iron Oxides)|
Tips: For precise shading and concealing, makeup junkies can unscrew the lid and use a Good Karma Blush Brush instead of the attached puff.
We recommend using oil-free SPF 15 lotion daily underneath.
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nice and sheer
from Boston, MA
- Controls Shine
- Doesn't Settle In Creases
- Easy To Apply
- Causes Breakouts
- Normal Skin
Comments about Urban Decay Surreal Skin Mineral Makeup Loose Powder, Trance, .3 oz:
This is the first powder foundation I used and although I can't really say I swear by it, I can say it did pretty much what I wanted it to do - mattify and even out skintone. It stays on for quite a while, even without any sort of primer or base, and when my skin starts to oil up a little the powder helps it look dewy rather than outright disgusting.
My only gripe is that when I have it on for more than 5 hours it will ALWAYS make me break out. But then again I've yet to find a makeup product that doesn't do that to me.