Where To Buy Urban Decay's Deep Peach Naked Color Correcting Fluid, So You Can Be Peach Down To Your Bones
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.