Revlon Nearly Naked Foundation
SPF 20 in 160 Fresh Beige
Revlon Nearly Naked Foundation comes in a 30 ml glass bottle. It comes in a jar and does not contain a pump or spatula. This kind of packaging make it difficult to pour out the product. It has SPF 20 on it.
This is a liquid foundation and has liquidy consistency however it is not as runny as the Maybelline Fit Me Foundation. Revlon Nearly Naked Foundation has no fragrance in it. I used e.l.f. Mineral infused primer on my T-zone to control the shine and oiliness. I used the shade 160 which is a bit pink for my skin tone but I later make it work with a warm toned powder.
I dotted the foundation on my face and blended with a sponge. It has very sheer coverage on first application. Once the foundation dried out, I reapplied the second layer. As I blended out the product I can see that it does not have much coverage. The redness as blemishes on my skin peek through the foundation even over the second layer. This foundation gave me some tingling feeling once applied on my face. It feels somewhat heavy on the skin and feels uncomfortable. I set it with Maybelline Fit me presses powder with a powder puff sponge, which added some Coverage.
This foundation looked pretty nice for the first few hours once I set it with a pressed powder. It started to get oily after around 3 hours. I used a tissue paper to blot my T-zone after which it looked pretty okay but it has lost coverage and the foundation transferred a lot on the paper. While doing this the foundation does transfers on the paper and I can notice my specs did leave marks on the sides of my nose.
It completely wore off at the end of the day and my skin looked super oily. I will be using this Foundation by mixing up with some of my other favorite Foundation just because I don’t want to waste it. However, I will not be repurchasing it.
- Semi matte finish
- Light coverage
- Not long wearing
- Not suitable for sensitive skin