Saturday, 6 April 2013

Revlon Nearly Naked Foundation Review

I bought the Nearly Naked Foundation a couple of weeks ago from boots for £8.99 while it was on 3 for 2, I wanted to wait a couple of weeks until I reviewed it as my skin has been very weird at the moment. But, I think its finally back to normal so I am going to review it. It was advertised as a light coverage foundation which caught my eye as I normally wear a light coverage foundation or BB cream for school.  

When you apply it, its quiet liquid-y so you don't need a lot as it blends out really well, I find it easier to apply it with my hands as its such a light coverage and apply it in layer instead of a massive amount all at once. It isn't very buildable but you can get it from a light to medium coverage after an extra layer. But, if you want a fall coverage foundation then I wouldn't recommend this for you. 

I really like how light the coverage this is it just blurs redness and feels very light on your face and doesn't go cakey during the day. It normally lasts about 8 hours on my skin and I have oily to combination skin so it may last slightly longer if you have normal to dry skin. Also, I find if you powder once or twice during the day  pr use a primer it will last a lot longer. 

I don't like that this foundation, like other Revlon foundations, don't have a pump and just pour out, as I always find I either pour out too much and it gets wasted or not enough. But it is in a nice 30ml glass bottle and is quiet small and compact so would be good for travel. 

The shade range is really good for a drugstore I got mine in 130 shell which is the second lightest and matches my complexion perfectly, I often struggle if they don't have enough shade as I'm not super pale. They also have a powder in the range which I really want to try and I think they should have a concealer too.


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