This is Urban Decay’s popular liquid foundation, their Naked Weightless Ultra Definition Liquid Foundation. I am in the shade 1.0 – I did buy 0.5 but it was too light so I went a shade up. The only annoying thing about this foundation is the shade names, as they don’t give any indication as to what the shade and undertone is like so you have to mess around with testers before buying the right shade. It retails for £27, which is quite expensive for a foundation and would consider this to be in between drugstore and higher end. This foundation claims to transform your complexion, giving you a wear that feels like your wearing nothing but still giving you a natural, illuminated and bright demi-matte finish. With light diffusing spheres it provides a visible reduction in the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, blurring imperfections to make you look professionally retouched. This foundation comes in a clear plastic bottle with a metallic lid, also has a pump and you shake the foundation before you use. This foundation is a very liquidy consistency and is said to be good for all skin types.
From what I can remember this foundation lasts quite a long time after powdering, especially on my skin type. It will probably last much longer on dry to normal skin but does work on oily/combination skin. I will definitely try this foundation again when my skin is looking better and update you on how this foundation lasts.