Review of Revlon Nearly Naked Foundation

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As I have stated in a previous post about the maybelline concealer,  I was never really a fan of liquid makeup.  Which now that I think about it, it’s weird because I’ve never even tried any.  I just knew I didn’t like my face feeling smothered with makeup and I felt like that’s what liquid foundation would do.

So I decided to give liquid foundation a try after watching a few reviews.  Since I didn’t really like the thought of liquid foundation, I figured it would be best to start with a light coverage one.  I ended up going with the Revlon Nearly Naked foundation.  I have been using it for a few weeks and I think it’s safe to say that I do not mind the liquid foundation, at least this one so far.

What I like about this foundation is that it feels like I don’t really have anything on.  It just feels like a moisturizer does on my skin.  It blended very well with my skin.  I do have oily skin so I had to blot it every now and then but I never saw any blotchy sections, which is what I was mainly afraid of.

(My skin isn’t the greatest,
but I loved the way it looked)

A few other things I really liked about this foundation was that it had SPF in it, and the fact that it is a light coverage.  So don’t expect this to cover up certain blemishes, although it didn’t do too bad with the acne spots I do have.

I think after trying this, I will definitely be trying out more liquid foundations!


  • Jen27
    March 28, 2013 at 2:56 am

    Thanks for the helpful review! I’ve been wanting to try this since its release, but worried that it wouldn’t be great for my oily skin! Glad to hear you’ve been loving it. Will definitely have to give it a go! xo


    • Christyn
      March 28, 2013 at 2:26 pm

      Hopefully it will work well for you too then! I’m new to liquid foundation but am loving it! Enjoyed your blog also!


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