urban decay face bond self-setting foundation

Urban Decay Face Bond Self-Setting Powder Foundation

Urban Decay recently launched a new self-setting foundation. Yes, you read that right. I was very intrigued by this foundation so I had to purchase it. This may be the new “it” foundation this summer. I tested it out 3 times with 3 different primers and here are my thoughts on this foundation.

Urban Decay Face Bond Self-Setting Foundation

According to Urban Decay, this foundation is self-setting (so no powder needed), lasts up to 24 hours, waterproof, humidity-proof, and sweatproof. This foundation comes in 40 different shades. This is a medium to buildable coverage, ultra-thin, and lightweight foundation. It also contains 3% Niacinamide so it has skincare benefits. This will help with skin texture. If you are someone who has acne-prone skin, the foundation is non-comedogenic so it won’t clog your pores, and non-acnegenic so nothing in this formula will cause breakouts.

I will say this foundation is so lightweight and it has a natural matte finish. When I first tried this foundation (see video below), I used a non-matte primer and after a few hours, I did get oily throughout the day. But when I used 2 different matte primers in the areas where I do get oily, my foundation stayed matte all day. I’m talking 9+ hours. Another thing I do like about this packaging is how slim the bottle is so it’s great for application.

If you are someone with dry skin, I do not think this foundation is for you! It will make your skin look extra dry and the foundation can cling on to those dry patches. Overall I did love this foundation but the true test will be when I try this foundation in the summer on a hot humid day. So be sure to look out for that update on Instagram and TikTok.

@thejasminemaria Urban Decay Face Bond Foundation First Impression #urbandecay #urbandecayfacebondfoundation @urban decay #beautyreview ♬ original sound – Jasmine | Beauty + Lifestyle

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