The Review

Revlon Nearly Naked foundation

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Revlons Nearly Naked foundation is described as light and dewy. It has a spf of 20 and has 1Fl. Oz of product. It has a screw on lid with no pump which is a bummer because It gets everywhere ! Then again what do you expect from a drugstore foundation. I describe this as “fresh skin in a bottle”. It’s very lightweight buildable to about a medium finish, and smells decent for being a drugstore foundation. They usually smell of cheap plastic and it lingers. You can purchase this at any drugstore of your choice, the cheapest I’ve found it was a target where I purchased mine. I apply this with my real techniques buffing brush and holy crap! Seriously? Revlon? Drugstore ?!!! It’s such a brilliant foundation and looks like skin once really blended into well moisturized skin. It definitely has a dewy finish so if you have oily skin I’d steer clear from this one. If you are looking for something to coverup hyper pigmentation this also is not for you. This is exactly what it says on the bottle “nearly naked”. I find that this lasts 8-12 hours if I set with powder and if I don’t ill look a hot mess people ! I’m in the shade 180 medium beige which is a perfect match for my NC35 skin color. I also have oily-combo skin (oily t zone and normal everywhere else) This is perfect for everyday wear and worth picking up ! I’ve never used a drugstore foundation before and for my first experience I can’t complain ! I’m pretty impressed with the finish of this foundation , no cake face, doesn’t go blotchy, and is very in trend for next seasons glowy skin.

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