This is what it says on the Urban Decay website:
Find your naked truth with Stay Naked Weightless Liquid Foundation, our vegan, buildable medium coverage liquid foundation with a real-skin matte finish that lasts up to 24 hours.
We designed this lineup of 50 shades with 9 shade intensities, 3 mastertones, and 7 undertones to dial in your precise color match. Our waterproof, longwear foundation feels like wearing nothing, thanks to a breathable, flexible formula that moves with you (all day and all night, up to 24 hours!).
It not only feels better, it even looks better with its stay-true color, which minimizes the appearance of pores—so you always look like you.
So, Urban Decay just came out with this foundation, and I got really drawn in to it because of the name, and I’m so glad I did, because this might actually be my new favorite.
Now, this foundation claims to be a real-skin matte finish, and most of the time with foundations that claims to be matte I do get a little shiny, and need to touch up a little, within a few hours of wear, but not with this.
I’ve worn this several times now, and I haven’t had to touch up once, which is really amazing to me! Not even when I’ve worn it on it’s own, with no primers, or powders.
And it doesn’t look like I’m wearing a lot of foundation when I’m wearing this, so it does really hold up to it’s claims.
Now, when it comes to the claim that it minimizes the appearance of pores, I do agree with that completely when I don’t use a primer to fill in my pores underneath. But when I use a porefiller (the one I always reach for), my pores gets really emphasized, so that’s something to keep in mind.
But I do use a primer on the rest of my face, so it might just be that I need to get a new pore-filling primer, but I still feel like I had to mention it.
So, other than that I really love this foundation. It’s the first one I’ve tried that actually holds up to every claim it has (in my oppinion), so I highly recommend this if you like a matte finish foundation.
It’s available on UrbanDecay.com for $39.