Urban Decay All Nighter Concealer // REVIEW + Naked Skin Concealer COMPARISON

Once I heard that Urban Decay is coming out with a new concealer, I just knew I had to get my hands on it and try it out. The Urban Decay Naked Skin concealer is my holy grail, I have probably gone through more than 10 bottles of it and I cannot get enough of it. So basically it was a no-brainer for me to try out the new All Nighter Concealer as well.

The first thing I noticed about it was that the price goes along with their Naked Skin but has less product inside. For reference, the Naked Skin has 5ml (0.16 fl oz) and the All Nighter only has 3,5ml (0.12 fl oz) which is a little disappointing if you ask me.

left: Urban Decay All Nighter Concealer, Fair Neutral; right: Urban Decay Naked Skin Concealer, Fair Neutral

I also noticed that the shades in both their concealers have the same names so they should be the same colour but they're not. In the Naked Skin I use the lightest shade which is "Fair Neutral" and fits my skin tone perfectly, so naturally I went with the same shade in the All Nighter, but they're different. The "Fair Neutral" shade in the All Nighter Concealer is a bit darker and more yellow, while the same shade in the Naked Skin Concealer is definitely more neutral toned as the name already tells. I'm honestly not too keen on the fact that the shades do not match up in both their concealers.

On camera you can barely notice it but in real life, the Naked Skin is definitely quite a bit lighter than the All Nighter.

As you can see, there is also a big difference in their wands. The Naked Skin has a flat doe-foot applicator that picks up an amazing amount of product on each side. I find it works perfectly for under the eyes, one side for one eye, turn it around and use the other side for your second undereye area.

In comparison, the All Nighter concealer has a standard doe-foot applicator that is actually a bit smaller than average. I find it picks up such a little amount of product, you have to dip into the tupe several times to get enough product for just one side of your eyes.

Comparing both of the concealers, the All Nighter definitely has more coverage than the Naked Skin but I mean, the names kind of already suggest that. I also find the All Nighter Concealer to be quite a bit drying on my already dry under-eyes while the Naked Skin is a bit more forgiving with lines and dryness around the eyes.

You can definitely see it on the picture below, just from blending it out a little bit, you can see the left side has more coverage and looks a lot more drying than the right side. Also you can see a bit better now that the All Nighter is darker than the Naked Skin.

left: Urban Decay All Nighter Concealer, Fair Neutral; right: Urban Decay Naked Skin Concealer, Fair Neutral

If I had to choose one, I'd 100% go with my beloved and trusted Naked Skin Concealer because I like the medium coverage, I like the shade match a lot better and I feel like it's a bit less drying.

Considering every fact about the All Nighter Concealer, it's definitely not a bad concealer at all. If you're a bit more oily and like more coverage, this one might be a good choice for you. It has a bit less product than your average concealer does but if you're fine with that, you might as well give it a go.

You can purchase the All Nighter concealer here and the Naked Skin concealer here.

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