This foundation was a dream to work with. I tried it using a damp sponge and a kabuki brush; both gave me a fantastic finish--slightly dewy (which I like). I only used one layer on problem areas and its medium coverage managed to cover up redness and any discoloration. I still had to use concealer on one pimple on my cheek, but I have to do that with every foundation. I wore this for 7 hours before I washed it off, but it looked just as good when I freshly applied it in the morning. I think I could have gone for another 4 more hours and it still would have looked good (maybe a little bit more dewy, but not nearly enough to touch up). This would have been my HG foundation if it matched my skin. I am Asian NC20 and bought two colors (Vanilla and Shell). Vanilla was too light for me (if you're NC15, I think it could work). And Shell was the perfect shade, but wrong undertone. It was more peachy than yellow, so even after powder and blush, my face and neck were still different colors. My neck was noticeably more yellow. If Shell was on the same magnitude of yellow as Vanilla, it would have actually been my perfect shade. If Revlon comes out with a shade like Shell, but more yellow, I would gladly repurchase.
(I forgot to add: I have combination skin (dry skin/oily nose), but if you have very oily skin, I'm not sure this would work for you.)
This is actually a good, simple, and relatviely inexpensive foundation that does its job. It doesn't get oily or end up cakey on the skin, and it feels light/nonexistant when wearing it. It has slight dewey glow, but depending on the creasing around your eyes, it can settle into fine lines. Overall, it is quick and easy to apply, and for the price and it's claims. It is a good purchase.
I'm a MAC NC44 and I use this in toast. It's a perfect match on my south-indian skin.
I love the consistency - how it glides on my skin and how it covers. I'm 47 but my skin isn't that wrinkled, so I can't speak to how it would work on younger skin or skin that has lots of wrinkles.
I am going through the onset of menopause (skipping periods, etc) and my skin is dry and tends to break out - this doesn't aggravate it at all.
I'm a fan - for now, this is my foundation.
Overhyped. The packaging sucks. It's just like the Colorstay where you have to pour the foundation out and of course you always get way too much and create a mess on the back of your hand. This foundation is also really runny, and I found that it really settled into my pores and accentuated the little bit of flakiness around my nostrils and chin. It managed to be both grossly oily and quite drying at the same time. If you haven't tried this foundation yet, save yourself the trouble and just skip it. The best Revlon foundation by far is their PhotoReady liquid.
i hate this foundation. it applies very nicely but i find it too runny. i also find it very sticky when it has been applied. i wore this foundation to school and i got home and the foundation had gone so bitty and patchy. it's not my moisturiser or my primer as i have used other foundations with these. it's definitely not worth it's money, i regret buying this and am so angry because i spent so much on it.
First review yay! lol well for me I have tried alot and I mean alot of different foundations from High ends from Dior nude, YSL,estee lauder, clinque Laura Mercier tinted moisterizer which I do love more for the summer though. I have also tried Mac mineralized foundation NC37 not a big fan either made me break out and so far i love how nearly naked feels in the beginning i got a lighter shade than i should i have natual beige but I can still manage with bronzer lol Im gonna have to go for medium beige when im done w the first foundation
I enjoy this on days when I just want a sheer coverage foundation. It gives a gorgeous barely there finish. It is on the more expensive side of the drugstore but it was worth every penny. I use the Rimmel Stay Matte powder so it lasts pretty much the whole school day. But it gives enough coverage that I put it on in a quick fix situation
I was very disappointed with this product :( I was so excited to try it out. It is supposed to be light coverage, but I don't even feel it gives that. Maybe it was just wrong for my skin, but it did not make my skin look good. Totally the opposite of "naked'.
I wanted a drugstore foundation with light to medium coverage for everyday use. This foundation is hard to apply because it is so streaky. The coverage is decent. My skin is doing fairly well at the moment so all I have is a bit of redness. I don't think I will be getting this again since it does take a bit of blending.
I purchased this in Vanilla as it was the lightest shade for warm skin tones. It looked pink on my NC15 skin. :( It has a lightweight texture that is buildable from sheer to medium. It "dries" to a satin finish. This never truly dries as you touch your face and it feels tacky. And it transfers and lifts when using blotting papers. Finally, not a long wearing foundation or appropriate for oily skin. I had oil shining through my t-zone within 2-3 hours and foundation breaking down at the 5 hour mark. Overall, pretty disappointing.