I've told you guys before that I have a serious foundation obsession and get so excited with every new release.
Revlon are a brand that I've never really explored before, deeming them too expensive for the drug store, but they caused a lot of hype with a particular foundation.
The Nearly Naked foundation was hailed as a great budget foundation from the brand and amazing for achieving the natural look.
Now that we're moving in Summer, I am getting more interested in the natural look so thought it was the perfect time to pick up this baby and try it out.
Read on to hear my thoughts!
What They Say
This foundation promises to be so refreshingly light, it will melt right into your skin.
It will help you to create a fresh even look while covering flaws, blending seamlessly and providing a buildable coverage.
What I Say
I like the glass bottle packaging of this foundation but would definitely have preferred if it came with a pump, it can be a little fiddly having to pour out the right amount of product.
I chose the shade Natural Beige, a nice yellow toned shade that's a good match for when I use tan and I think there is a good shade range there.
The texture is very light and slightly runny, the perfect texture for those long sunny days of Summer (I hope!) but it's hard to not pour out too much of the product due to not having a pump.
I work this into the skin with my buffing brush and find that it blends easily, it gives light to medium coverage and gives that natural glow to the skin without looking overly dewy.
This foundation lasted very well on me, I wore it for 6-8 hours and didn't set it with a powder, although I wouldn't have oily skin.
It didn't cling to my dry patches and didn't feel tight or comfortable on my skin, just a lovely lightweight feel that still let my freckles come through.
If you have blemishes or dark circles, then you will need concealer also but I would definitely recommend it to those of you that are looking for a lightweight, radiant foundation for the natural look!
Wearing the shade 'Natural Beige'.
What do you think?
Have you tried this foundation?
Stay Beautiful! xoxo