Product Review: Revlon Nearly Naked Pressed Powder in 080 Medium.
|Revlon Nearly Naked Pressed Powder in 080 Medium.|
What it is:
Undetectable coverage. Unbelievable complexion. Makeup so refreshingly light it melts right in, creating a fresh, even look. Pressed powder blends seamlessly with a lightweight feel.
Product description taken from here.
What I like:
- Very smooth texture!
- Feels cool on the skin.
- Natural looking and not cakey at all.
- Comes with a sponge that works well in applying the product.
- Light coverage.
- Semi-dewy finish. Not a bad thing because my skin is somewhat dry here in the U.S.
- Powder shade is actually darker than labelled.
- Comes in a big rectangular compact.
- Mirror & sponge are small sized.
- Can absolutely not work alone especially if you have oily skin and need something with decent coverage.
- Can most likely only work as a retouch/blotting powder if you don't have oily skin.
- Costs $10 for this! But I got it for only $5 at Rite Aid in their Buy 1 Take one 50% Sale.
The Final Look...
Left to Right:  No makeup.  With the Revlon Nearly Naked Liquid Foundation in 180 Medium Beige & the Revlon Nearly Naked Pressed Powder in 080 Medium.  Completed makeup look.
For me at my combination skin type, it goes well with its liquid foundation counterpart which needs a setting powder due to it's wet finish. The cool and smooth texture is it's highest points. In using this, I recommend it after the use of a BB Cream or foundation (that already has great coverage but are in a lighter shade) just to make it wearable to rid of the white cast or simply make it in a darker shade. I also think it will do the most good with people with dry skin types because of it's dewy finish or if you've already used a liquid foundation with a matte finish. But all in all, it is basically setting powder and you can definitely find cheaper alternatives to this.
Product Review on the Revlon Nearly Naked Liquid Foundation:
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