There are 14 shades of this full-coverage concealer with a matte finish that’s designed to cover tattoos, mask discoloration and last a whole 24 hours! That’s quite a promise to deliver on, but given my experiences with Urban Decay All Nighter Foundation, I was apt to believe the claim straight away.
I do own Urban Decay All Nighter Foundation and like it, but don’t use it quite that often because the shade I have isn’t my best match. It is definitely an excellent foundation that gives beautiful and lightweight full coverage. After trying Urban Decay All Nighter Concealer, I found the texture to be similar. It’s very lightweight and blends into my skin perfectly.
The concealers come in two varieties of each shade – neutral and warm. I appreciate that because through the years of being both a makeup artist and makeup junkie, I’ve found that warm concealers are the BEST for dealing with under eye circles and all I really use for that area. Neutral and cool concealers are typically the best for covering blemishes and other imperfections. Here are swatches of the first seven Urban Decay All Nighter Concealers.
From left to right: Fair Warm, Fair Neutral, Light Warm, Light Neutral, Med-Light Neutral, Med-Light Warm, Medium Neutral.
From left to right: Med-Dark Warm, Med-Dark Neutral, Dark Golden, Dark Neutral, Dark Warm, Deep Neutral, Extra Deep Neutral.
I found that Medium-Light Warm is the best shade for my under eye area. I made sure to put it to the test and while I didn’t wear it for 24 hours, this before and after spans 12 hours.
That’s not bad at all! In fact, I’m really impressed. I set the concealer with Kat Von D Translucent Powder and didn’t touch it up during the day.
My Final Thoughts: If there’s one thing I can tell you about Urban Decay All Nighter Waterproof Concealer, it’s pricey! At $29 it’s a pretty steep price tag for a concealer. After testing the concealer out during a typical busy day, I found the results to be impressive and solid. It’s a win as far as I’m concerned.