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Urban Decay Stay Naked Face and Lip Tints Review

Urban Decay Stay Naked Face and Lip Tints Review

Urban Decay Stay Naked Face and Lip Tints

Hey friends, today I wanted to talk to you about my Urban Decay Stay Naked Face and Lip Tints Review. The UD Stay Naked Face and Lip Tints launched earlier this year.  For those of you who don’t know, Urban Decay is a cruelty-free beauty brand. They are PETA certified. Thank you to UD for sending me a few of these, and I bought a few as well.

Where to Buy
Urban Decay, Sephora, Ulta

Price
$26 for .14 oz.

Stay Naked Face and Lip Tints Video

Watch the video on YouTube with Closed Captioning in English!

Urban Decay Stay Naked Face and Lip Tints Swatches

Urban Decay Stay Naked Face and Lip Tints Swatches

Urban Decay Stay Naked Face and Lip Tints are available in the following hues:

  • 1993 (mauve-brown)
  • Quiver (watermelon red)
  • Ozone (clear)
  • Bittersweet (cool fucshia)
  • Kinky (light dusty nude)
  • Streak (warm bright coral)
  • Bang (sunny red-orange)

The UD Stay Naked Face and Lip Tints are a vegan beauty product. They’re infused with kombucha and marula oil for hydration. Urban Decay describes them as having a long-lasting, buildable sheer color formula that stays put and leaves the skin with lasting glow.

Stay Naked Face and Lip Tints Looks

Urban Decay Naked Ultraviolet Look

I’m wearing 1993 as a blush and Ozone as a highlight in the photo above. See full details on this look.

Melt Raw Honey Blush Duo

Here I’m wearing Ozone as a cheek highlight in my  Melt Raw Honey Tutorial.

How I Recommend Using These

Ozone is best for a glass skin or clear glossy face highlight. It’s just going to give you a sheen, no glitter in it at all. Kinky and 1993 work nicely as blush or contouring blush for my skintone. Bittersweet and Quiver work best as statement blushes on me.

While you absolutely can swipe these onto your lips as well as your face, I don’t like how they feel on my lips.

You don’t need tools to blend these out, just your finger tips.

Urban Decay Stay Naked Face and Lip Tints Review

What I don’t love about the Urban Decay Stay Naked Face and Lip Tints are that they seem to melt incredibly easily. Two of mine melted in transit to me. Granted, I do live in Florida, but I’m also very proactive about not leaving my mail sitting outside. You’re not getting very much product for the price. It’s $26 for .14 oz of product. Compare that to Milk Makeup Lip + Cheek Tint sticks that are $28 for 1 oz of product. I’m concerned about the amount of pigmentation. I know that Urban Decay calls this a buildable formula. While the colors show up very easily on my fair skin, I wonder how well they show up on deeper skintones. I’m also not a fan of the limited shade range.

What I love about the Urban Decay Stay Naked Face and Lip Tints is that they are 100% cruelty-free and 100% vegan. They are perfect for tossing into your makeup bag and touching up on the go with your fingers, you don’t need a makeup brush with them. It makes them perfect for travel. This formula is very goof proof, in my opinion. If you are new to makeup, these are a great beginner blush since they are very forgiving and easy to blend out with your finger tips.

Overall, I feel like the Urban Decay Stay Naked Face and Lip Tints are a mixed bag. The concept and portability are great as they’re ideal for travel. I’m not alone in thinking we need more product for the price, as well as a larger shade range. I do like the formula on the colors I have.

What do you think of the Urban Decay Stay Naked Face and Lip Tints?

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