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Urban Decay Naked Skin Color Correcting Fluid in Mint Review

Urban Decay Naked Skin Color Correcting Fluid in Mint Review, Swatch, Video, Tutorial

Today I wanted to share my Urban Decay Naked Skin Color Correcting Fluid in Mint Review and tutorial. It’s great for color correcting mild redness from rosacea. UD’s Naked Skin Color Correcting Fluid comes in 5 different shades – Green for correcting redness, Lavender for correcting sallowness, Pink to brighten dark areas, Yellow for correcting dullness, and Peach for masking circles/spots.

Urban Decay Naked Skin Color Correcting Fluid in Mint Review

Purchased by me.

$28 for .16 oz

Water, Cyclopentasiloxane, C12-15 Alkyl Benzoate, Glycerin, Butylene Glycol, Methyl Methacrylate Crosspolymer, PEG-10 Dimethicone, Dimethicone, Dimethicone/PEG-10/15 Crosspolymer, Phenoxyethanol, Acrylates/Dimethicone Copolymer, Boron Nitride, Lecithin, Magnesium Sulfate, Nylon-12, Disodium Stearoyl Glutamate, Caprylyl Glycol, Lauroyl Lysine, Tocopheryl Acetate, Hexylene Glycol, Aluminum Hydroxide, Ascorbyl Glucoside, Dipropylene Glycol, Sodium Citrate, Steareth-20, Sodium Hyaluronate, Tocopherol, Chlorhexidine Digluconate, N-Hydroxysuccinimide, Potassium Sorbate, Chrysin, Palmitoyl Tripeptide-1, Palmitoyl Tetrapeptide-7.
[+/- (All Shades May Contain: Mica, CI 77891 (Titanium Dioxide), CI 77491/77492/77499 (Iron Oxides), CI 77007 (Ultramarines), CI 77288 (Chromium Oxide Greens)].

Urban Decay Naked Skin Color Correcting Fluid in Mint Video

How to Use Urban Decay Naked Skin Color Correcting Fluid in Mint

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Urban Decay Naked Skin Color Correcting Fluid in Mint Swatches

Urban Decay Naked Skin Color Correcting Fluid in Mint Review, Swatch, Video, Tutorial

Urban Decay Naked Skin Color Correcting Fluid in Mint Review, Swatch, Video, Tutorial

How to Use Urban Decay Mint Color Corrector

What I’m Wearing

Bunny Paige Intergalactic Necklace

Kat Von D Color Correcting Primer in Fair
Kat Von D Liberatus (Shade+Light Eye Palette) – base shade
Kat Von D Electric Warrior – inner lid
Kat Von D Paranoid – outer lid
Kat Von D Latinus (Shade+Light Eye Palette)) – crease
Kat Von D Ludwin (Shade+Light Eye Palette)) – crease
Kat Von D Succubus (Shade+Light Eye Palette)) – crease
Kat Von D Sytry (Shade+Light Eye Palette)) – lower crease
Kat Von D Thunderstruck – highlight
NARS Eye Paint in Black Valley – waterline
Nudestix Eyebrow Stylus in Black
Glossier Boy Brow in Black

Urban Decay Naked Skin Color Corrector in Mint
Cover FX CC Cream in N-Xtra Light + Nyx Pro Foundation Mixer Opalescent + Illamasqua Hydra Veil
NARS Olympia – contour
Urban Decay Gwen Stefani OC – blush
NARS Craving – highlight

Urban Decay Gwen 24/7 Pencil in Firebird
Tarte Tarteist Lip Paint in Adorbs

In the video above, I show how Mint counters my redness. I was having a minimal redness day, thanks to Paula’s Choice Calm Line.

I feel like the formula of the Mint Color Corrector is similar to the Naked Skin Concealer formula, which I really like. I adore the packaging and I think the doe foot applicator is very easy to use. You literally just swipe it on with the doe foot and blend it out.

What I eally love about UD Mint is that you don’t have to cake it on. You put it around your face on the areas that have redness and then blend it out. I use my damp beauty blender to blend it out but you could use a brush or your finger tips. After it’s applied and blended, I feel like I could almost skip foundation because it does such a nice job of color correcting. I can (and did in the photo above) apply a thin layer of my foundation on top of Mint with the damp beauty blender.

I also love that this shade of mint works for my skintone. Previous products that I have tried either didn’t work or were too dark, requiring me to apply my foundation thickly on top to cover up the concealer. I have tried this when my rosacea is much redder, and still had good results. I feel like I end up using less foundation overall from using it.

I keep thinking of picking up another of the UD Color Correctors, but I’m not sure what shade to grab next.

What do you think of Urban Decay Naked Skin Color Correcting Fluid in Mint?

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  • Do you happen to know if this or the other color correcting fluids are vegan? I didn’t see the usual culprits (carmine, stearic acid) on the ingredient list you posted, but I don’t know about all the ingredients. The correctors are not on UD’s website so I couldn’t check there.

    • I’m not sure. I strongly suspect that yes, they are vegan, because I believe the entire naked line has been vegan so far. I don’t have press release info on the color correctors though, since I bought this myself and didn’t receive it from a PR person.

  • Looks good! I have had problems with green color correctors in the past. Either they still look green or I blend the bajeesuz out of them and lose the coverage. Lol.

    • Definitely try this one, I didn’t have an issue with losing the coverage, and i blended it out with the beauty blender 🙂

  • As an esthetician, I have a problem with this product being made with 5 different kinds of dimethicone/silicone – there’s more of THAT in this product than the actual pigment that is doing all the work. This surely can’t possibly be good for oilier skin and eyelids or acneic skin!!

    • Though I have sensitive skin, I don’t seem to have an issues with silicone, my skin loves it. Fragrance is the big culprit for me. Things like lavender oil cause those big painful zits under the skin that take forever to go away.

  • I think color correctors are unnecessary. After all, isn’t foundation supposed to even out skin tone? The one exception I would make is undereye concealers. They are, for all intents and purposes, correctors that are used in an area where foundation likely will not perform as well as required. Also, unlike other correctors, concealers are applied over foundation. Yes, I have tried several color correctors, both high end and budget. I’m curious to see if color correctors will withstand the test of time or if we’ll look back on them some day and wonder why we wasted money buying them.

    • I actually think color correctors have been around for a long time, they’re just now the ‘next big thing’ being hyped. I know MUAs who swear by color correcting and others who don’t. I feel like, if I am color correcting like I showed in the video above, I can get away with applying less foundation.

      • Ah, I can see the benefit in that. I suppose the tricky part is finding a color correcter that delivers on it’s promises!

  • So many green color corrections seem to do nothing for me, but this one looks good! I don’t have rosacea, but I do sometimes get a little red on my cheeks and nose. The green Nyx CC Cream you recommended has been working great for that, but it never hurts to have other options.

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