Urban Decay have created five different fluids to target specific areas of your face you desire to be improved. The green shade is to counteract redness including blemishes and broken blood vessels. You can also mix this shade with whatever primer you're using for a subtle overall correction. The other shade I have here is the peach shade which works great for dark circles, dark spots, veins and deep discoloration. This shade is ideal for blue-hued dark circles which can be found in deeper skin tones. My dark under eye circles are a mixture of blue and purple tones so using the peach shade will be perfect for me. The other shade that can counteract dark circles is the pink shade, which is for fairer skin tones depending on the colour of your dark circles. The pink shade can be used to highlight as it has an uplifting effect. The fourth color correcting fluid is the lavender shade which balances out sallowness and helps neutralise skin with a yellow undertone. Following on from this, the final fluid is the yellow shade which is perfect for concealing purple-hued dark circles and can brighten lackluster and dull complexions.
Urban Decay created the Naked Skin Color Correcting Fluids in mind of developing the next generation of skin perfection and radiance products. The lightweight formula of these fluids instantly colour-corrects and blurs flaws, leaving the skin bright and illuminated. Unlike other cream-based formulas, these are easier to apply and blends seamlessly, bringing out your best areas and concealing the worst. The skin pigment technology provides a smooth, even application every time, and if you enjoy the Naked Skin Concealer you'll love these fluids as they're based on the same high tech formula. The size of the product means it's travel-friendly and the clear packaging allows you to quickly pick up the one you need instead of having to read each name individually. The applicator is one of the best bits of this product as it picks up and applies the perfect amount of product meaning you don't have to blend this with a sponge or brush. It's just as good as concealer when it's under your eyes and isn't irritating to my sensitive skin.