No, it is a common feature of UD carbon that you can see individual carbon layers under the clear coat - each frame is unique due to the manufacturing process by hand and therefore one of a kind. The fibers are arranged in parallel in this manufacturing process, eliminating the need for a specially laid "visible layer" or carbon layer.

Of course, it would be possible to apply an additional top layer of lacquer to achieve a uniform appearance - but the frame would become heavier and lose its unique characteristics. In principle, you can compare it analogously to a "raw finish" for aluminum frames. Here, too, the focus is on the look with traces from production, so the look (as with UD carbon) is different for every bike and bears the signature of the frame builder.

The look is therefore intended and has no technical downsides.