Urban Decay Naked Skin Color Correcting Fluid – Green

Disclosure – PR Sample. See bottom.

Urban Decay Naked Skin Color Correcting Fluid Green reduces redness rosacea BeautyJudy

I don’t generally need color-correcting products, because I use foundations that give me the coverage I need to hide the redness from my rosacea and fair skin.

But as spring days get warmer and summer fast approaches, I like to lighten my face makeup, and the easiest way to do that is a lighter coverage foundation, tinted moisturizer or BB/CC cream.

For me, that’s where a green color-corrector becomes a must-have.

Given the opportunity to take Urban Decay Naked Skin Color Correcting Fluid in Green for a test drive, I couldn’t wait to see how it would hold up, and how it would help me mute the redness that I always have.

Green is one of five color correctors – there’s also Yellow to correct dullness, Peach to mask circles and spots, Lavender to balance sallowness and Pink to brighten dark areas. The line is infused with Vitamins C and E, and has a lightweight formula that’s designed to blur flaws and illuminate; there are subtle pearlescent pigments. The bottle reminds me of a miniature Naked Skin Foundation bottle, and it holds .21 oz of product.

Urban Decay is cruelty-free, of course, and these correctors are made without parabens, sulfates and phthalates.

I thought I’d show you in stages how this helped reduce my redness. Here’s my face before I began my makeup  routine:

Urban Decay Naked Skin Color Correcting Fluid Green reduces redness rosacea BeautyJudy

Red, red red!

Here’s my face after I placed some of the Green Correcting Fluid on my red areas – really, it’s all my face so I did have to go back with a bit more:

Urban Decay Naked Skin Color Correcting Fluid Green reduces redness rosacea BeautyJudy

This is richly pigmented.

Here’s my face after I blended the Fluid into my skin:

Urban Decay Naked Skin Color Correcting Fluid Green reduces redness rosacea BeautyJudy

This INSTANTLY relieved my face of the redness, balancing my skin tone. I was ready for the rest of my makeup routine. Here’s my completed look:

Urban Decay Naked Skin Color Correcting Fluid Green reduces redness rosacea BeautyJudy

This really helped me balance some of the redness I’d been dealing with lately that was peeking out from my foundation – some of my red bumps on my nose, for example.

Overall, I loved this, and it’s going to be a necessary part of my spring and summer beauty routine!

The Urban Decay Naked Skin Color Correcting Fluid line retails for $28 a piece and you can find them here at Sephora.com.

Have you tried any of these correctors yet? I’d love to hear what you think of this one!

Disclaimer: I received the Color Corrector from the PR Firm/Manufacturer for honest consideration at The Makeup Show NYC. Please visit my Disclosure tab for more information on how BeautyJudy.com keeps it real!