Urban Decay Naked Skin Corrector and Concealer

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Urban Decay Naked Skin Concealer and Corrector – each £17.50

Recently I have really not been enjoying the selection of products I was using for my under eye concealer. I decided it was time to try something new as I was feeling like my dark circles were so prominent every day and nothing was working. Having heard a lot of great things I decided to go for the Urban Decay Naked Skin Concealer. I picked up the corrector too, as I need all the help I can get!

Urban Decay do a range of correctors to suit various problems such as redness, dullness and sallowness. I went for the shade ‘Peach’ which is designed to counteract dark circles with a blue tone to them. The shade ‘Pink’ also works for dark circles on more fair skin.

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I first apply the Urban Decay Naked Skin Corrector in Peach first to counteract the blue tones of my under eyes. Then follow this with the Urban Decay Naked Skin Concealer in the shade Light Warm. A colour one shade lighter than I need as I prefer to have a highlighted under eye. The doe foot applicator distributes the perfect amount of product on to the skin. Which I either blend in either just using my finger or a beauty blender.

The concealer blends seamlessly into the skin and doesn’t settle in to any creases easily, which I love. The smooth and light application of product means you can wear it alone without it appearing visible on the skin. At £35 to purchase both the corrector and concealer this certainly isn’t the most affordable under eye coverage on the market. But it is the best I have tried so far and I would highly recommend trying out this combo if you’re on the hunt for a new under eye concealer.

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