No. Just... No. First of all, the coverage is not good. It's supposed to be sheer but it really is noticeable on your face. The color Vanilla was a great match.. Until it oxidized. Then it was off and kinda orangey. The finish looked gross on me. It settled into my pores.. Last of all, it broke me out. I don't think makeup has ever done this to me.. I bought the powder AND the liquid and I'm stuck with it now. :( I'm beyond pissed and very disappointed. I like Revlon but this stuff is trash
I love this! Ugh where do I start? First of all, the staying power blew me away. And that's saying something for me, because I sweat A LOT. (Thanks a lot Dad for your sweat genes). I wore this through a 6 1/2 work day of running around taking orders and making food at a restaurant. And it's summer, which doesn't help the sweat thing. I blotted several times throughout the day, and none of the foundation transfered. Not a stitch! By the end of the work day, my foundation still looked great. It's basically everything I wanted Maybelline's Fit Me foundation to be.
Next, it's the perfect color for my skin. I have the color 200 Warm Beige. For reference, I'm NC 40/42 in mac foundations. And mac tends to be a little too yellow for me. The Nearly Naked is the perfect blend of yellow undertones with a slight hint of pink.
The coverage of this foundation is light. You can build it up a little but not too much. This is perfect for me because most medium and full coverage foundations don't look good on me. It evens out my skin tone without looking mask like. I wouldn't recommend it for people who want medium to full coverage.
The price is good too. I got mine for under $9. I'd say that's pretty reasonable. If I remember correctly, Revlon's PhotoReady was around $11. Nine dollars is much cheaper than my beloved Makeup Forever Face and Body ($40). Nearly Naked doesn't quite have the same luminosity as MUFE but that's easily remedied with a bit of highlighter.
I'm really glad I decided to get this. I've been umming and ahhing over this since I saw people jumping on the bandwagon on youtube. It was a bit of an impulse buy, but totally worth it. The fact that it doesn't have a pump is a bit annoying, but not enough to down rate this. Plus I'm not a germaphobe about touching makeup products. Just wash your hands before use.
I had such rollercoaster-like feelings with this foundation. At first i was in love love with it now im kind of just "in-like" this foundation does have SPF so watch out for flash photography. When I applied this it blended so nicely and really felt light, it lasted long enough 6-8 hours on my normal to combo skin, the coverage is a medium with one layer and could possibly be built up to full. The one thing that threw me off is that it made me look orange during and after application so ehhhh its not very pretty under direct sunlight so it's just sitting in my drawer now.
This foundation is true to its name. Very light weight and lets your skin show through. Easy to apply and blend. Gives light to medium coverage which can be built up. Just wish it had a pump.
I love this foundation. It has on the lighter side of light/medium coverage with the thin application that I usually do. I apply it with my fingers. I find it great for summer and great for daytime, especially for someone who does not like to have on too much makeup. Also, I have freckles and this doesn't 100% cover all of them which I like. This is buildable which works well for areas where you need just a bit more. I find I can just use more of this as opposed to getting out a concealer. It's very lightweight and liquidy and goes on smoothly. I just wish it had a pump.
I like this because it's light-coverage, exactly what I wanted for summer. I was expecting more of a BB cream or tinted moisturizer I guess, because I found this much heavier than I expected. It's not heavy by any means, just not the weightless texture I hoped for--it starts to feel greasy after several hours of wear.
I got this in shade 170 Natural Beige. For reference, I wear NC35-40 in MAC powder foundation. I originally got 190 True Beige, but as this seems to run kind of orange-y, it was too dark.
I don't notice this oxidizing on me at all. It does a great job of evening skin tone, won't do much to hide blemishes or scarring. It has a sunscreen, which is nice. Perhaps the best part is how well this foundation blends--after it sets into skin, it really does look like you're wearing nothing at all.
I only said I would not repurchase because I was not wowed by this product. I'll use it and finish it gladly, but next time I'll look for something a little lighter and less greasy feeling.
I want to love this foundation. It's natural looking, gives decent coverage, lasts a long time, and doesn't break me out. But even 110 Ivory is way too dark! I have a lot of trouble matching foundation to my super pale skin, but this made me look orange. For someone who isn't as pale as me, though, I highly recommend it. It's a shame, I really love how this foundation works on me. Hopefully they'll add more colors since it's a fairly new product! (And for anyone else who's too pale for most foundations, steer clear of the power too. It's a great product but it's even darker than the foundation)
I was a long time user of Revlon Colorstay, so when this came out I had to try it, and now I've replaced the colorstay with this! What I like most about it is that the finish looks good under even the harshest light(colorstay did not), it looks natural, it doesn't move around or settle anywhere weird and it's very buildable so you can get a pretty flawless look and still have it look natural. From what I've noticed the lasting power is just as good if not better than other foundations I've tried.
The cons are that It doesn't completely dry like the colorstay does, so If you wipe your hand across your face you might end up with foundation on it which sucks but I guess that comes with the natural more dewy finish foundations. The closest shade to me is a little off too so I wish they had some more colours (the shades seem to be a little pinky)
It's also pretty inexpensive! around 11$CAN (which is cheap for canada)
This is the second foundation that I have ever used. I like it. I do not have many blemishes to cover but I do like to even out my skin tone. I definitely recommend this to someone who is just starting to experiment with makeup. I would prefer for it to have a pump but other than that I have no complaints about the packaging. The coverage is very light and not really buildable. It feels like you're not wearing anything! :)
I normally use higher end brands for foundation (Benefit, Christian Dior, MAC) but I really like this. It's light and natural looking - doesn't look like I've got a full face of make up but evens things out and gives a flawless finish. I use it over Revlon Photoready Perfecting Primer (I'm really into Revlon at the moment!) and set it with a dusting of powder, and it lasts most of the day. Doesn't break me out, doesn't leave my skin greasy - does what I always hope tinted moisturiser will do but with better staying powder and less shine. Because it blends in so easily I found it's less important to get a perfect colour match. Will definitely repurchase, especially at the excellent price!