Review: Revlon Nearly Naked Foundation

Revlon's new Nearly Naked foundation has been super popular lately. In fact, the first time I went to look for it at Walgreens, it was totally sold out. It's supposed to be so blendable that it melts right into the skin and looks completely natural. It comes in 16 shades and is about $10. After using it for a while, I'd say it definitely isn't my favorite, but I like it. It does blend into the skin as well as Revlon claimed-- even up close it looks like you don't have foundation on, which is pretty amazing. It works fine with my combo/oily skin and stays on for about half the day. It doesn't have the full coverage and lasting power of Revlon Colorstaybut it also doesn't get splotchy when it wears off, which is Colorstay's biggest downfall. So if you're willing to touch up during the day, then the awesome texture of Nearly Naked is totally worth it. And it's buildable if you have a little more to cover.

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