Revlon Nearly Naked Foundation review.

Hello my lovely people,

Today I wanted to talk to you about foundation, because, well why not? I recently started running low on my NARS sheer matte foundation, and being the little blogger I am, my bank account wasn't leaning me towards a refill so I had to have a think.

I really want to try the Estee Lauder Double Wear foundation as currently I am in desperate need of coverage but during my dupe research I found Revlon Nearly Naked.

Now oddly enough I have never tried Revlon, like at all, that's weird right? So this really is a total new experience for me. I read that Nearly Naked is meant to be high coverage and fell into a lot of top charts for high coverage foundation. Amazing, I'll try it.

So I ordered it online, which I know can be a risky manoueuvre but being a pale panda I tend to be able to get away with the lightest to second to lightest shade. This was the case, they didn't have ivory in stock so I went with vanilla (shade no 2)

The shade was fantastic and matched my skin really well, I was actually really surprised by the range of shades they stock, I think 12 in total, which is incredible for a high street brand.

Initially when I put in on I made a bit of a mistake, the bottle doesn't come with a pump and it ended pouring out way too quick so be careful of that. The application of Nearly Naked was surprising to say the least, it felt really light! It is really easily blendable and despite some reviewers opinions I didn't think it was very oily at all.
The foundation is high coverage but buildable, don't expect flawless skin on one application. I built it up and most of my blemishes were covered.

I really liked the feel of the foundation as it felt really breathable and gave my skin a really pretty glowing/dewy finish.

If you're looking for something close to NARS or Estee Lauder but cheaper I highly recommend this foundation. It has great staying power and gives a really nice finish.

It usually retails or £8.99 but I got mine from Fragrance Direct for £4.99, at that price you should really give it a go. I'll link here!