makeup review

Urban Decay Naked Skin Shapeshifter Review

10:30 AM

Salam and hello!!

This is actually from my recent haul at Sephora last month whilst I was in KL 😘😘
(the rest of my hauls aren't interesting haha)

What it is:
A three-in-one complexion palette that contains both powders and creams to contour, colour-correct, and highlight.

What it does:
Urban Decay’s Naked Skin Shapeshifter is more than a contour kit. One side contains powders (three for contouring and one pearl shade for highlighting), and the other holds creams (two for contouring, two for colour-correcting and one pearl shade for highlighting). The powders are finely milled for an ultra-silky feel and a clean finish, while the creams blend into the skin for a seamless finish. Every shade is blendable, buildable and forgiving—so your skin still looks like skin. UD curated a range of shades and textures for the flexibility to create any look. The medium and dark contour shades allow you to achieve any level of contouring, from subtle shaping to more intense, sculpted effects. The colour correctors neutralise dark areas under the eyes for a wide-awake look. The light contour shades and highlighters enable you to bring light to the high points of the face—for glowing, youthful-looking Naked skin.

What else you need to know:
Available in two colourways that span the complexion spectrum—Light Medium Shift for light to medium skin tones and Medium Dark Shift for medium to dark skintones—Naked Skin Shapeshifter has everybody covered. If you fall somewhere in the middle, just blend the shades in either palette to create your own custom tones. You can even layer the powder and cream formulas to achieve a longer-wearing, more intense effect.

What it includes:
  • Five cream shades (0.07 oz. / 2.15 g).
  • Four powders (0.13 oz. / 3.7 g).
  • Travel-friendly case.
  • Double-sided mirror.
I've bought mine in Medium Dark Shift for RM180 on discount (normal price RM200), at least it's more versatile to use on any skintone especially for us here in Malaysia. I love the fact that it is convenient to bring for travel so that I don't have to bring a lot of stuffs during the trip. The contour creams are easy to blend, but I dislike that the formula for the yellow corrector as it lost to the one in the MAC concealer palette. The contour powders are also the bomb, but again the yellow powder is also not that great. Best to use the Ben NYE's Banana powder (in my case I own the Makeup Revolution's Banana Powder, also as good!). For the highlighter... well, it's good for natural highlighting. But it's not a highlighter that's gonna pop. Unless of course, you build it up. Even so, I'm quite in love with it. Haha.

(If it weren't for the yellow powder/cream it would get higher in my book)

You can get it at Sephora stores or online here!

Til then blurbers~

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