Review of Urban Decay Naked Skin by Tovah
I was able to give a sample of this a test, using it a fews days in a row. The shade matched to me is 6.0. The color match was great, and the liquid seems to literally melt into my skin. In addition to the amazing color match, this foundation adds an even-toned, smooth texture that doesn't cling to all the spots you're trying to cover. I probably won't be purchasing a bottle of this, because it just doesn't do well over any of my sunscreens. For sunscreen, I experimented with Naked Skin over Hope In A Jar SPF 30, Philosophy Keep the Peace Color Corrector SPF 30, Boscia BB Cream SPF 27, DermaDoctor Aint Misbehavin SPF 30, and Too Faced Beauty Balm SPF 20. Each sunscreen product ruined the texture of Naked Skin, and most of them changed the foundation color as well. I tried putting a layer of oil-control between the foundation and the sunscreen, testing Boots No. 7 Color Calming Primer, Boots No. 7 Shine Free Makeup Base, Philosophy The Present, Dr. Feelgood, and Too Faced Primed & Poreless Powder. None of these allowed Naked Skin to have its unique appearance. On bare skin, the effect of this foundation is stunning, but necessary sunscreen ruins the look on my skin. I wouldn't hesitate to purchase this for evening-out foundation if I ever run out of my MAC Face & Body Makeup, but it's not a useful product for me.