• An old foundation that sadly I’m no longer loving. A foundation that I used to love but no longer do, find out what I really think of it in my first Foundation Review of the series.
    Recently I’ve had so much trouble trying to find a foundation that fits my skin tone and type well. I have done so much research and wasted so much money and products, buying foundation and BB creams that never seem to agree with my skin. But at last I have one that works amazingly well.
     
    Firstly, I purchased the Revlon Nearly Naked Liquid Foundation in Vanilla 120, claims to give you a flawless natural look with light to medium coverage that doesn’t feel heavy or cakey. And it definitely lives up to what it claims to do! The colour fits my skin really well and the coverage is great and it blends in amazingly well, I have a few big blemishes that I use concealer to cover up and the foundation helps cover the blemishes even more. The texture and feel of the foundation is great, it feels light weight – like your not even wearing any make up and it gives a smooth, flawless natural look. 
     
    1. Make-up so refreshingly light it melts right into your skin
    2. Creates a fresh even look and covers flaws
    3. Blends seamlessly, build-able coverage 
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    I also purchased the Hide It Corrective Concealar Palette, which was a new find for me. I found that a Youtuber did a review video on it a while ago and it intrigued me. The 4 colours are special for certain things. The yellow colour (Afterglow) can be used as a highlighter and skin brightener. The green colour (Dewkist) is to cover redness and blemishes. The light beige colour (Nude) is to act as an eye shadow base, cover discolouration. And the darker beige (Sand) is to be used as a concealer. The texture and thickness of the concealer is creamy and powdery in one. It blends really well into your skin.
     
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    Revlon: Nearly Naked Foundation | Review