The Nearly Naked range comes with 2 products, a foundation and a pressed powder. Today, we talk about the foundation.
The Revlon Nearly Naked foundation is a relatively new launch here in India. According to Revlon, this is a very light foundation made with “weightless” pigments.
“The ultimate lightweight makeup. Formulated with weightless pigments, this refreshingly light formula melts right in, creating a fresh, even complexion. Works in harmony with your skin to cover flaws and perfect tone and texture.”
• Naturally flawless complexion
• Creates a fresh, even look and covers flaws
• Blends seamlessly with buildable coverage for a natural finish
• Available in 16 true to tone shades ( In India I have only seen 3-4 shades)
This fragrance-free, lightweight foundation is on the lower end of coverage. But if you would like, you can easily build up the cover to a good medium without worrying about it caking up. The foundation gives a soft, satin matte finish that makes the skin look gorgeous.
The name “nearly naked” is quite apt for this product. I recall applying this foundation and realising that I really CANNOT SEE it on my face. I have never used such foundation before. It is amazing.
Another plus of this foundation is that it provides broad spectrum protection from the sun with its SPF 20. It is a perfect daytime makeup which is light and does not make skin look too made up in the daylight. Did I mention its wear time is more that 8 hours easily!
Now the downside – the packaging. I really wish this came with a pump dispenser. You can see in the second pic, how dirty the neck of the bottle get on use.
That said, this is not enough con to make me not repurchase this gem of a product again. Have I enabled you enough ladies?
Pros – Texture, SPF, Staying Power, Coverage/Buildability, Not Cakey,
Cons – Packaging
I will 100% recommend you ladies to try out this foundation. Off course I myself will for sure be repurchasing it. I give it a easy 9/10.