Urban Decay Stay Naked Hydromaniac Tinted Glow Hydrator Review
Don’t let the current climate stop you from being with the love of your life, which of course, for me is makeup! The beauty world is slowly picking up pace again with new releases coming out regularly once again.
Urban Decay has just dropped a fabulous new release- the Stay Naked Hydromaniac Tinted Glow Hydrator Foundation. This foundation is truly something!
I love Urban Decay foundations, you can check out my review of the Urban Decay Stay Naked Foundation here.
Urban Decay Stay Naked Hydromaniac Tinted Glow Hydrator Foundation
The Urban Decay Stay Naked Hydromaniac Tinted Glow Hydrator is essentially a hybrid of foundation and tinted moisturiser. Yep, you get the best of both worlds with this tinted glow hydrator and honestly, I’m loving it. It’s been my go-to foundation/tinted moisturiser for the past few months!
The timing couldn’t have been better. With the frigid cold weather we’re experiencing, we all need that extra moisture and glow, I love that this product offers all of that in one product! Getting ready in the morning has never been easier or quicker!
You get all the benefits of a tinted moisturiser, along with medium coverage making it a dream foundation!
One of my favourite features of this tinted glow is that it’s so comfortable to wear. With it being extremely lightweight, you barely notice you’re wearing anything and neither will those around you. It looks extremely natural on the skin!
It is also very long-wearing- up to 24 hours. That’s a big claim, and while I don’t think it actually lasts for that long, it definitely lasts all day!
It is non-comedogenic and formulated with some impressive ingredients:
- Kombucha Filtrate: Antioxidant-rich to brighten and Detoxify, Increasing skin’s luminosity.
- Marula Oil: hydrates, protects, & seals in hydration
Aside from all the fabulousness already mentioned, this tinted glow helps to blur imperfections and minimise pores.
Not to add negativity to a product that really is great, but Urban Decay is quick to say that their makeup blurs imperfections. You can check out my review on the Urban Decay Naked Skin One & Done Blur On the Run.
While the hydrator does the job, it doesn’t quite blur imperfections like it claims it does. However, I’m happy to be proven wrong!
Urban Decay has marketed the tinted glow to all skin types including oily skin. My vibe is that it’s more geared towards people with normal, dry, and dehydrated skin because of its moisturising and glowing features. Those with oily skin are usually not looking for glow in their products.
The Hydromaniac Tinted Glow Hydrator comes in 12 shades, ranging from very fair neutrals to deep warms. It doesn’t come in any cool tones, only warm and neutral. That being said, I’m on the cool-toned side and this hydrator works gloriously for me.
Due to its natural coverage and thin texture, it’s not the biggest deal if it’s not exactly your shade. Simply blend well and it will look one with your skin!
If you still have trouble finding the right foundation shade for your skin check out these foundations which have the most inclusive shade ranges!
Urban Decay recommends applying this foundation with your fingers for the best results. As someone who more often than not applies foundation with my fingers anyway, I like the sound of it even more! After using the Tinted Glow Hydrator, follow on with the Hydromaniac Dewy Liquid Blush.
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Urban Decay Stay Naked Hydromaniac Tinted Glow Hydrator Packaging
The packaging looks to be a whole new aesthetic that separates itself from Urban Decay’s recent launches.
With a slim brown plastic tube that seems like it’s been dipped in the ocean, it has a blue tint of design creeping up on the packaging.
Copper and bronze are all over the packaging making me think summer is probably just starting out on Urban Decay’s calendar.
Is the Urban Decay Stay Naked Hydromaniac Tinted Glow Hydrator Worth the Buzz?
Tinted moisturisers and foundations are slowly becoming a staple in the makeup world. They’re easy to use, easy to wear and let’s face it, they look amazing!
In a nutshell, the Hydromaniac Tinted Glow Hydrator is worth every penny! It’s natural-looking, lightweight, easy to apply, buildable, moisturises your skin throughout the day and on top of all of that, it’s long-wearing!
I’ve been loving it and highly recommend it to anyone who wants a lot of hydration with some coverage.
The Urban Decay Stay Naked Hydromaniac Tinted Glow Hydrator is an exciting release for Urban Decay and for makeup users alike!
It looks natural, feels natural, yet at the same time gives a solid medium, long-lasting coverage!
Urban Decay Stay Naked Hydromaniac Tinted Glow Hydrator Foundation can be bought from Urban Decay | Ulta
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