The Urban Decay All Nighter Lightweight Loose Setting Powder is a surprise new launch, and the latest addition to the ever growing Urban Decay All Nighter line-up. It all started with a setting spray, and now there’s primers, pressed powder, foundation, concealer and now a loose powder!
“This long-lasting vegan finishing powder glides on evenly to lock in your makeup look while visibly minimizing oil and shine. The softening, silky veil of translucent powder smooths without settling into pores or fine lines, leaving your skin feeling fresh and natural.“
The Urban Decay All Nighter Lightweight Loose Setting Powder is set to launch on the 25th of April, and is available in just one single Translucent shade, which Urban Decay describe as being universal, and works for all skintones.
The Urban Decay All Nighter Lightweight Loose Setting Powder is housed within a clear plastic jar, with a navy screw on lid with a purple UD logo on the lid.
Once you unscrew the lid, there’s a mesh sifter, which you can use your brush or beauty sponge on, to pick up the powder with minimal mess.
Urban Decay describe their latest powder as being a lightweight vegan face powder with a softening translucent-matte finish that sets makeup, smooths skin, and minimizes shine all day long.
- Dip a fluffy powder brush or blending sponge directly into the mesh-sifter area of the jar and tap off any excess powder.
- Apply all over your face or in specific areas (like your T-zone) to set makeup and minimize shine.
I’m a big Urban Decay fan, so I’m excited to try this new powder. It’s always puzzled me why they haven’t launched a translucent loose powder, so I’m glad they finally have one.
I used to love the Urban Decay Naked Skin Ultra Definition Loose Powder, but it was tinted and discontinued, so their range definitely needed a new loose powder, and you can find it right here.
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