Urban Decay's new foundation has the stamina to last all night
Up all night to get lucky
Every once in a while, it's fun to let your hair loose and go on a bender. What's not cool? Ending up looking like Courtney Love — all smudged lipstick and melted makeup. Which is why Urban Decay (UD) is launching the All Nighter Liquid Foundation, come September, specifically designed for the modern woman's busy, fast-paced lifestyle. Inspired by the brand's cult favourite, the All Nighter Long-Lasting Makeup Setting Spray, this foundation will outlast even the most hardcore party queens.
It ticks all the boxes you would imagine a long lasting liquid foundation would have: it's waterproof, oil-absorbing and offers full coverage with a modern, matte finish. The brand says the the formula of this new foundation also contains three times the amount of pigments as its Naked Skin Liquid Makeup. What that means, is that a little dab of this highly pigmented foundation is enough to give you ample coverage. The new All Nighter Liquid Foundation also uses a high-tech polymer gel system and next-generation silicones for a full-coverage finish that lasts. And in order to make skin look instantly better, there are also light-diffusing pigments in the liquid to blur flaws.
Another plus in our eyes, are the 24 shades on offer, that the brand says has been meticulously calibrated to match actual complexions. The shades range from soft porcelain to a deep shade with warm undertones — yay to UD Singapore for recognising that skintones in Singapore are actually pretty diverse! And when it comes to flawless foundation application, we would be remiss not to tell you that combining your foundation application with a good brush — UD is launching a collection of 10 pro-quality, cruelty-free brushes this fall — will give you an even more immaculate finish.
$25-$62. Available at Urban Decay stores and Sephora from 1 September
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