Revlon Nearly Naked Foundation and Powder Review

9:48 AM

I'm back with ANOTHER review!!! This time I'm reviewing the new Revlon Nearly Naked Foundation and Powder.

Revlon Nearly Naked Foundation (Sun Beige) and Powder (Medium/Deep)

Makeup so refreshingly light it melts right in, creating a fresh, even look. Pressed powder blends seamlessly with a lightweight feel.

Bare Face

The foundation really is a lightweight foundation that blends into your skin beautifully. I feel like I don't have anything on my face when I wear this. If you are looking for a foundation to cover acne/scars this isn't you, the coverage is buildable to medium coverage. If you're looking for a nice lightweight foundation that gives your skin a nice even and glowy appearance I recommend this. If you have oily skin you will NEED to set your face with powder after applying this. I recommend this foundation to all skin types.

With Revlon Nearly Naked Foundation
Note - Flash Used. 
This foundation does have a SPF 20 in it so there is a white cast when taking pictures with flash. 

With Revlon Nearly Naked Foundation
Note - No Flash

Revlon Nearly Naked Powder

My favorite way to use these products is together. I apply the foundation and then use the powder to set it.

With Revlon Nearly Naked Foundation & Powder
Note - Flash Used

With Revlon Nearly Naked Foundation & Powder
Note - No Flash

This powder is amazing!! I've never truly understood when people said that a powder feels like silk, NOW I get it!!! This powder is so light that it doesn't feel or look like a powder on your skin at all. I've used this on it's own and with other foundations and it is just amazing! The powder itself provides a nice light coverage and it never makes your face look cakey or powdery. This powder helps my foundation last many hours.

Overall I highly recommend BOTH products, but if I had to choose a favorite it would be the powder!

Please watch the video below for a full review and demo!

Will you be trying the Revlon Nearly Naked Foundation and/or Powder?

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  1. Did you find the color match for both products to be true to your skin tone or were they on the dark side? I have been hearing the colors run darker and one should buy a shade lighter.

    1. I found the opposite to be true. I thought Sun Beige would be a good match based on the bottle, but it's tad light on my skin. The medium/deep powder helps me correct the color difference though.

    2. I wouldn't recommend just wearing a lighter foundation but with the powder on top, your skin has a very lit-from-within flawless look. I personally(when I'm going out 'cause my skin is blessfully going through a "good" phase) like to use L'oreal Paris's True Match Lumi foundation a bit lighter(I'm in between shades, anyway) and this powder and, in pictures, my skin looks all glowey and radiant.

  2. I had not heard of these products before this morning on a blog and now I keep reading great things about them! I do love Revlon so I'm curious!

  3. I think you look better without the makeup on! perhaps you just need a better colormatch!

  4. Your so attractive, and thanks for the review! xx


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