Urban Decay Surreal Skin Liquid Foundation Review


urban-decay-surreal-skin-liquid-foundationUrban Decay Surreal Skin Liquid Foundation ($26)

Oil-free liquid foundation that won’t clog pores or cause breakouts. It is vitamin infused with a light, silky texture. This product feels sheer and light, yet gives a medium coverage to the skin. Even better, you can layer it all over for a more polished look, or just in those places where you need it–total flexibility and it won’t cake! It’s everything you always wanted in a foundation: oil-free, vitamin-infused, buildable coverage, lasts all day, slips right on, doesn’t break down, won’t clog pores, a totally natural look.

  • Yellow-based shades look great on most skin tones.
  • Doesn’t irrate sensative skin.
  • Genie bottle coordinates with Eyeshadow Primer Potion & Creamy Concealer.
  • Contains Vitamins A, C & E!
  • Fragrance free.
My Thoughts:
Cute packaging, but so impracticable! You have to squeeze and squeeze for the foundation to come out. Boy do I hate the genie bottle! I don’t hate the foundation though. It gives a glowy finish with light to medium coverage. It wears very well with minimal oily shine. It has a yellow undertone so it matched my Asian skin tone perfectly. It never caused any breakouts or clogged my pores. I heard this is now/being discontinued so you can find this on sale on Urban’s site.

Urban Decay Surreal Skin Mineral Makeup Review


urban-decay-surreal-skin-mineral-makeup Urban Decay Surreal Skin Mineral Makeup ($29) 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.

My Thoughts:

This reminds me of Philosophy The Supernatural Airbrushed Canvas SPF 15 Foundation. The mineral foundation comes in a jar that has a powder puff attached. I don’t use this as foundation because it’s bit too powdery for my liking. However, the finish is very natural and light. The coverage depends on how much you apply. It can range from sheer to medium. It’s a semi-matte finish that keeps the oily shine at bay for most of the work day. I actually use this as a setting powder. I screw off the lid, pour a little bit of the mineral foundation into the lid, and use my powder brush to apply. These foundations have a yellow undertone to them so finding a shade to match me wasn’t too difficult. The yellowness will help tone down redness too! If I do use this as a foundation, I make sure to even out the application by using a powder brush or a makeup sponge or you’ll be left with circular powder marks on your face from the powder puff. Because this mineral makeup is packaged exactly like Philosophy The Supernatural Airbrushed Canvas SPF 15 Foundation, to replace the powder puff (a breading ground for bacteria) just buy the replacement powder puffs from Philosophy 3 for $3. If you’re looking for a mineral foundation, give Urban Decay Surreal Skin Mineral Makeup a try.

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