Urban Decay Color Correcting Fluid Review & Swatches
By Ree

Urban Decay Color Correcting Fluid Review & Swatches

28 Jun 2016 (Updated: 21 Jan 2019)

*Links marked with asterisks are affiliate links, these help Ree with running costs of the blog

main product image

Colour Correcting is a huge trend for 2016, and as the Urban Decay Naked Skin Concealer is one of my faves, I was extremely excited to try out it’s rainbow-coloured counterparts. Here’s a look at the new Urban Decay Color Correcting Fluid range with swatches of all the shades.

urban decay color correcting fluid
Urban Decay Color Correcting Fluid

Urban Decay Color Correcting Fluid Features

  • Lightweight formula instantly colour corrects flaws
  • Blurs imperfections
  • Leaves skin illuminated and bright
  • Five colour-neutralising shades
  • Modern flocked applicator picks up & lays down just the right amount of productdelicate skin under the eyes
  • Subtle pearlescent pigments diffuse light to perfect skin
  • Antioxidant rich vitamin C and vitamin E condition and protect
urban decay color correcting fluid
Urban Decay Color Correcting Fluid

Urban Decay Color Correcting Fluid Shades & Swatches

Each shade in the range serves a different function:

  • Green reduces redness
  • Lavender balances sallowness
  • Pink brightens dark areas
  • Yellow corrects dullness
  • Peach masks circle and dark spots

I have the shade swatches here – from left to right: Lavender, Peach, Green, Pink, Yellow:

urban decay color correcting fluid
Urban Decay Color Correcting Fluid Swatches

I absolutely love the creamy texture of the product and that they not only tackle imperfections with colour correction, but also improve the look of tone and texture, thanks to light diffusion technology.

The idea is that you apply these to bare skin after your skincare and then you’ll need less foundation and concealer for a flawlessly radiant complexion. I love the idea of creating a very light base look, by correcting everything before you start work on the base. For me it would be green for around the nose and chin, peach on pigmentation and the pink to brighten under the eyes. To be fair, I could probably find space on my face for all five!

The Urban Decay Color Correcting Fluid range is already available online in the US HERE, and are set to launch in the UK in September 2016 at £17.50 each.

Ree

XXX

Unless otherwise indicated products reviewed are press or brand examples. Links may be affiliated links which means that if you make a purchase though one of our links we receive a small commission which helps support and run this website.

Share this story

View comments

2 thoughts on “Urban Decay Color Correcting Fluid Review & Swatches

  1. Could we get an action shot of these? Half of the face with, half without so we can see if there is a significant difference!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

back to top