Review: Revlon Nearly Naked FoundationPowder

4 years ago

It`s been a while since I posted a review. I have a lot of new products to review as well, which will probably be happening this weekend. But, it has been about a month 1/2 or so since I`ve been using the new <strong>Revlon Nearly Naked foundation and powder</strong>. A lot of you asked for a review when I posted my haul/first impression of it. Yes, it is over due but here it is. I apologize it`s a lot to read, but I tried filming my review I wasn`t sure how you guys would like that.
Price: $6-10 at most Drugstores (Walmart, Target, CVS, Walgreens ect.)
Packaging: 1 fl oz. of product, in a glass jar typical amount for a drugstore foundation. The downside is it has no pump, which many people have a problem with.
Color Range: 16 shades
What I think: To start off, at first I thought I would hate this foundation because it is really liquidy and runny I figured it would not have that much coverage. But then I tried it and fell in love. Although the coverage is light it is very build able without caking up which is a plus, so it comes to about light-medium coverage. It does cover up redness and evens out my skin tone, but if you have serious acne or things you need to cover its not going to do it like the Colorstay foundation would. This foundation is suppose to be so light that you feel as if you have no makeup on. This is very true in this case. I can not feel it, or see it even if I build it up which makes me happy. I look flawless without any signs of actually wearing makeup. It blends out really easily and beautifully. I use my fingers to apply this, and then go in with my Real Techniques buffing brush to blend it out some more. It is so beautiful! As far as staying power goes, I have combo/oily skin this lasts for about 4-6 hrs with a primer, and powder on top. I do notice it oxidizes a bit on my T-zone but nothing a little powder can`t fix. The best part for me is the foundation has SPF 20, and still able to photograph beautifully.
Price: $6-10 at most drugstore
Color Range: 6 Shades
Packaging: Typical Revlon pressed powder packaging in the rectangular compact with a mirror and an applicator. It`s quite bulky in my opinion.
What I think: I LOVE this powder, it is one of the best drugstore pressed powders I`ve ever used. I`m in the shade Light which is the 2nd shade over. It is amazing, it blends out so well on top of EVERY SINGLE foundation making me look 10x better and flawless. It can be used as a powder foundation, but I use it to set my foundations and bb creams. It really makes me look airbrushed and perfect and gives a bit more color and coverage. It really does keep my oily T-zone matte and oil free almost all day, but I do have to touch up near the end of the day, if I were to go out. The powder is not chalky at all, before I really liked Rimmel Stay Matte powder, but that was somewhat chalky. I prefer this over Stay Matte now, because of the blendability and how it does not cake up and look like I have powder on. There`s virtually no trace of powder when using this compared to Stay Matte.
<strong>Final Verdict</strong>
I love both these products, and highly recommend them if you just want very light untraceable makeup. The two products work amazing together! I used them everyday for the last month and I`ve never had so many compliments on how great my skin looks until now. The foundation on its own is not as nice, as it is with the powder. For about $20 for both together it is a great deal, compared to most highend foundations that costs $20+ I enjoy both of these, and will repurchase both of them. Revlon never really lets me down with their foundations ever.
<strong>Any questions? Leave them in the comments I will reply to you!</strong>
**Yes I`ve hit pan on the powder will repurchase,and there are 2 photos really up close with the foundation and powder so you can see how it looks in photos click on it for a larger version**

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