I wanted to share this Revlon Nearly Naked foundation review with you guys and are excited to jump right in.
The shade I picked for this Nearly Naked Makeup is in 230 Nutmeg with net wt: 1 fl oz. It has a good selection of color ranges available for a drugstore brand. I got this from Wal-mart but it’s available at Target, Ulta and local drugstores too.
It is lightweight and has good decent coverage. I notice that the formula is a little runny. This formula is buildable and the color match is spot on.
I’m in love with this Nearly Naked foundation. It gives my skin a happy and healthy glow. When apply on skin you won’t feel the foundation because it’s weightless as if are nearly naked. Skin doesn’t feel heavy or cakey. I will recommend this to my friends who has drier skin type since I’ve tried it and it works on my skin type. I learned that for normal-dry skin type – using a light weight foundation is key to natural beautiful look. While heavier formula tends to set and define fine lines and creating uneven skin tone which is something you want to avoid.
I wish that this foundation comes with a pump applicator. It would definitely easier to control the amount you like through the dispenser. Secondly, I think it is more hygienic with a pump but that’s just my opinion.
This foundation comes in a glass bottle packaging which reminds me of the Revlon Age Defying foundation but the latter has a pump applicator which is nice.
Overall, I think this liquid foundation works for you who like a tinted moisturizer which is lightweight and has a sheer to medium coverage. I don’t think it will work for full coverage given that the formula is thin and sheer. It is buildable to hide imperfection and blemishes but not so much as to make your skin looking flawless but natural looking.
Oh yes, I heard that it is a dupe for Urban Decay Naked Skin Foundation (which doesn’t have SPF and costs $39 for 1 fl oz|).
Will I repurchase? Yes, I will definitely repurchase once I’m over the moon and back. It’s an awesome product which also contains SPF 20 to protect ultra uv lights. I’ve tried several foundations by Revlon that actually works. So far, for a drugstore foundation I’ll have to say Revlon is my go to brand. It has yet to disappoint.
What do you think of this Nearly Naked foundation? Leave your comments below.
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