Peach is the word. Across eyeshadow, lips and our entire lifestyle, peach's popularity is hard to overestimate — but its use is nothing new in the world of color correctors, where burnt peach is the go-to for canceling out darker skin tone blues. Both metaphorically and literally, which is why Urban Decay's latest release makes so much sense: They just launched their staple Naked Color Correcting Fluid in a color fit for olive-and-darker skin tones, filling the niche left by their original line-up. If you've heard enough, say no more, here's where to buy Urban Decay's Deep Peach Naked Color Correcting Fluid.
It's a good 'un: The fresh release is available everywhere the original is sold, so hit usual suspects Sephora, Ulta and Macy's, among others. Looking at the larger beauty landscape, the addition is a no-brainer. Brands across the board are releasing nude lip colors fit for every skin tone, and the smart ones are doing the same for foundation line-ups. Finally, in our year of 2017, we're inching slowly towards inclusivity, and Urban Decay's color correcting release is indicative of the change — their original Peach is excellent for masking pale skin circles and spots, and step-darker Deep Peach does the same for everyone medium-toned and deeper. As ever, better late than never.
They're not the first on the scene, as darker peach correctors have indeed existed before this. See: BECCA's Backlight Targeted Colour Corrector, MAKE UP FOR EVER's Camouflage Cream Pot Dark Circle & Dark Spot Color Corrector, COVER FX's Correct Click Color Corrector.
But their formula is among the best, a light, buildable fluid that packs a punch but stays easy to cover. Hate when green shows through especially, just outing you as a zombie among people.
Joining five other colors in Urban Decay's color correcting line, at long last the gang's all here. The recipe for a good makeup day, especially when paired with the brand's killer concealer, and on top of UD's new primers (love a matching set). Or go out speckled in peach, green and purple — push those limits in today's makeup world.