Stay up all night for Urban Decay’s new holy grail product

Alexandra Hourigan 15 November 2017 NEWS

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Prepare yourself: a new Urban Decay makeup product is coming and we cannot conceal our excitement.

If you're picking up what we're putting down then you've probably put two and two together! Urban Decay has just announced that they will be releasing a new product to accompany the already fan favourite, the All Nighter Liquid Foundation and it's a concealer!

The new All Nighter Concealer definitely sounds like it's up to scratch as it's expected to be full coverage and also... WATERPROOF! Go ahead boys, take us swimming.

Similarly to its big sister foundation, the formula of the concealer will feature light-diffusing pigments to blur and hide flaws for a soft-focus effect as well as have the same packaging and shades.

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The concealer, similar to the foundation, will have a matte finish and states it will last all day and all night. That's 24/7 people and we are here for it. If you're a fan of Urban Decay's Naked Skin concealer but don't feel as though you get the coverage you desire then fear not. The All Nighter Waterproof Concealer contains a whopping 73 percent more pigment than the Naked Skin Concealer, so you can throw the building and blending out the window. One coat of this stuff and you'll look like you actually slept last night!

This isn't all magic as it states that we can thank the concealer's perfecting formula to the high-tech brand of polymers and humectants that allow the full coverage filter look without settling into fine lines or pores.

It will be dropping in the US on 3 December so we can most likely expect to see it here in Australia soon after that date and hopefully before Christmas!

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