13 February, 2014

Thrifty Thursday: Revlon Nearly Naked Liquid Foundation Review

Thrifty Thursday is a weekly feature, in which a drugstore beauty product is reviewed. Is there a product that you would like to see mentioned here? Let me know!

I've been using Revlon Nearly Naked foundation for six months, so I think that's enough time to write a fair, unbiased review! :-)

My skin swings from being extremely oily to extremely dry without warning, foundations easily oxidize on me, and I breakout from a lot of face makeup.

For me, Revlon Nearly Naked foundation does exactly what it promises: delivers flawless, even-looking skin that still looks like skin. In fact, it gives me the "Photoshop skin" that I have been longing for since I discovered what Photoshop was!

The foundation doesn't aggravate my skin, clog my pores, or make me any more oily, or dry, than I naturally am. I apply with my finger tip, and dust off with Chanel Poudre Universelle Compacte pressed powder. Using the foundation in conjunction with the powders, I find that I need to lightly blot my nose only once every four hours or so.

The skincare product that I wear under this foundation is Avon Anew Rejuvenate Day Revitalizing Cream SPF 25. 

For reference, my skin tone is NC20, and "Shell" is my perfect match without any demarcation lines.

Where to buy: At any drugstore near you. I purchased mine at Walgreens.com

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All of the products mentioned in this blog entry were paid for by me. This blog entry contains affiliated links.

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