Urban Decay Naked Illuminated Shimmering Powder For Face And Body
Originally launched as an Eyeshadow, Urban Decay's shade Fireball (an iridescent, shifty pink-peach) has since become a highlighter (in two different formulas) and a limited-edition lipstick. And now there's a whole new way for you to wear it: Naked Illuminated Shimmering Powder for Face and Body in Fireball.
The perfect marriage of one of UD's most coveted products and one of UD's can't-live-without shades, Fireball Naked Illuminated is worth the wait. Like all of UD's Naked Illuminated shades, it has a sophisticated, microfine Naked sparkle. This lightweight, baked powder contains light-reflecting particles that give skin a luminous look. Dust on this smooth, silky powder wherever you want to create an instant peachy-pink glow - for a radiant Naked look from head to toe.
Use this powder to highlight from your cheekbones to your collarbone and beyond. For even longer wear and an intensely sparkly effect, spray the brush with All Nighter Makeup Setting Spray before applying. Want to wear Naked Illuminated on your legs or décolletage? Try mixing it with lotion or oil.
Naked Illuminated gets baked on a terra cotta disc for 24 hours, then finished by hand. Baking the powder gives it a high level of just-perfect sparkle (without an overtly metallic look). It also provides the color payoff of a loose powder, the convenience of a pressed powder, and the feel of silk.
This sophisticated powder comes in a gorgeous shade-matched box with a holographic foil treatment. UD even included a generous mirror and a brush (housed in a separate compartment underneath the powder).
Urban Decay is 100% cruelty-free.