Naked Skin Highlighting Fluid by Urban Decay is strobing the Naked way. Create gorgeous, glowing skin that never looks overdone. This creamy, sheer, weightless formula instantly illuminates and blurs flaws for the perfect lit-from-within look.
Contouring can work wonders, but it’s not for everyone. Enter “non-touring”—the secret to gorgeous, glowing skin that never looks overdone. Get the look with Naked Skin Highlighting Fluid from Urban Decay. This creamy highlighter instantly illuminates and blurs flaws for the perfect Naked glow. The sheer, weightless formula is SO easy to use and blends beautifully, giving skin a dewy, lit-from-within look.
Naked Skin Highlighting Fluid is strobing the Naked way; you can see it, but you can’t SEE it. UD’s creamy formula absorbs into the skin rather than sitting on top, so your skin still shows through. Get that it’s-you-only-better look with a range of shades, from cult favorites like Sin (the perfect champagne) and Fireball (peach with a pink shift) to Skywalk (an amazing blue!). Wende loves layering powder highlighter on top of Naked Skin Highlighting Fluid for added depth and dimension.
Great for every complexion type, including dry or mature skin, Naked Skin Highlighting Fluid is really wearable—even if you’re not normally the highlighter type. Subtle pearlescent pigments in Naked Skin Highlighting Fluid diffuse light to perfect skin, while antioxidant-rich vitamin C and vitamin E condition and protect. (And the formula is based off of Naked Skin Concealer, so you know it’s weightless and crazy good.)
Packaged in a bottle that looks like UD’s Naked Skin Concealer component but with a silver cap, this high-tech formula is both practical and travel-friendly. You can see the shade through the clear bottle, so it’s easy to find the right one in your bag. No need to carry a brush either; the modern flocked applicator picks up and lays down just the right amount of product. And it’s soft enough to use on the delicate skin under the eyes.
Apply this formula anywhere you want to create a glowy, strobed effect, like on the cheekbones, the bridge of the nose, and the Cupid’s bow.