Revlon • Nearly Naked Foundation • Foundations
|Would buy this product again.||60%|
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I am nc25. I tried this in shell. Sorry to say this just did not work for me. I have been mixing buff and sand beige in combo oily skin for so long. That mixture matches my skin so good. I guess I always like to try others, but I have yet to find another foundation that can beat colorstays staying power. This only lasted about two hours on my skin. No staying power at all. So back to the store it went.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
It's definitely not a dupe for UD Naked Skin Foundation, but it's a reasonably decent drugstore option for people with oilier skin looking for light/med coverage with spf. I bought it on a whim and out of curiosity, since I do like UDNSF but prefer a foundation with spf for daytime.
What I liked: the nice sheer, dewy finish and light as air feeling on my skin. Reliable, broad-spectrum spf.
What I didn't like: became far too shiny as the day progressed, with some mild oxidization. Also clung to my dry patches and made them look flakey.
I wore this for three days straight and on the fourth day woke up with two new spots. I haven't had a single breakout whatsoever in a very long time (since I've been using Paula's Choice skincare exclusively) so it was quite a surprise. I'm not going to say it's the foundation, because we all know that breakouts happen for all sorts of reasons, but all the same I'm not keen to keep using this, especially when I've got so many other good foundations in my kit.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Other, Straight, Fine Eyes: Hazel
I am SO impressed with this. For reference I am NC25 and wear this in Shell. Perfect match. Nearly naked is deceiving because it is not a sheer foundation. I'm sure it could be sheered out, but I love the medium coverage. I was applying with my fingers and was happy with the finish, but buffing it in with MAC 187 makes for a beautiful airbrushed finish. I have no issues with it lasting all day. My skin type is normal/dry and this does not settle into fine lines. I've been wanting to try MAC Matchmaker but this foundation does exactly what I wanted from the MAC so I'll stick with it.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Dry, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I am in love with Urban Decay Naked Skin. It's my HG foundation. I watched the review of this by EmilyNoel83 and she loved it so I thought I would try it to see if it compared with my UD. It's nothing like my UD foundation. It is rather nice and had good coverage for a drug store foundation but UD is just amazing. Maybe I am just used to UD but this didn't feel as light on my skin and it did oxidize a smidge on me. It also got shiny on my nose as the day went on were as I don't have that with my HG. All in all this is nice for a drug store foundation but nothing like Urban Decay Naked Skin.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
I really like this foundation! It has okay coverage. it covers redness and uneven skin tones, but you have to use a good concealer to cover dark spots, under eye circles, and acne. It looks EXTREMELY natural, like you cant even tell your wearing foundation. IT gives a slightly dewy finish but if you set it with a powder and use a primer under it it will last all day.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Green
Edit: I've been using this all summer and found I look really REALLY oily after a few hours, even touch ups don't help. Stopped using this all together and just threw it out! I think it might be good in the winter when it's colder but it's not moisturising at all so I wouldn't try it unless you have an amazing moisturiser and no dry patches.
I have really oily skin & dry patches around my mouth. I find this foundation pretty drying so the dry patches are noticeable.
It covers just enough with 1 layer and lasts all day.
This is a really runny foundation so A LITTLE GOES A LONG WAY!
Another issue is the container, the foundation is so runny a pump would be better! I always have excess.
If I didn't have the problems I did I would probably buy it again because it does have a nice finish/coverage but it just does not work with combination oily-dry skin.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
I've been become a bit a foundation snob lately, with the idea that the more expensive, the better. And while this still holds true for a few of my favorites, I tried this on a whim as a more cost effective alternative so I do not go through my pricier foundations as fast.
I had initially tried the color stay formula, and despised it. I wasn't excited to try another Revlon foundation, but again the display roped me in. It was still quite expensive for a drugstore foundation ($14.99 in Canada Shoppers Drug Mart) I purchased in lightest shade, as I'm typically always the lightest shade.
I have to say, I am impressed! It goes on smoothly and covers nicely! Medium coverage I would say. I only needed to use a little concealer under eye and my blemishes were covered to my satisfaction with just the foundation. Used my fingers to apply. Did notice a slight odd smell, but it could have been the foundation mixing with my primer (philosophy the present, which I also HIGHLY RECOMMEND!)
It is comparable to Benefit Oxygen Wow in my humble opinion as I use both weekly. I have not tried the Urban Decay Naked Skin version.
I had applied this morning and just a quick check in the mirror as it is now afternoon, my makeup looks like I have just done it so great staying power so far.
Only cons are of course the packaging. Flimsy and way too much product pours out and I can never get the cap on straight.
All in all, this foundation will be my go to for daily use when I do not wish to use my more expensive high end foundations. Very happy with it!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Coarse Eyes: Green
This is a great everyday foundation. It is much lighter feeling than Colorstay but still provides great coverage. Applying it is a little work because the foundation is so thin...so you really have to blend it in until the streaks are gone. The finish (for me) is satiny. It is by no means shiny but it's not as matte as say...Colorstay. I still need to use concealer under my eyes but this product does a pretty good job at covering redness and small blemishes.
I do get oily by mid-day, but it's not as oily as most satin-finished foundations make me.
I have noticed that Nearly Naked does slightly accentuate my pores. Also, it stays tacky to the touch all day. My HG foundation has always been Colorstay, mostly because it doesn't feel icky on my face.
Overall, I will continue to use this foundation on those "less is more" makeup days. When I want to look flawless...I'll stick with Colorstay.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
I was really excited about this foundation and really wanted to like it, but it's just not for me. First, like the rest of the world, I really wish it had pump. Second, I have dry skin and the finish on this stuff just makes it look even drier. It's not good. The color isn't bad (I'm very fair, so I wear "Ivory"), and it feels light on my skin, but I just can't get it to look smooth. I think for someone with oilier skin, it might be perfect, but I was disappointed.
Age: Unknown Skin: Normal Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
This is nowhere close to a dupe for UD's wonderful Naked Skin foundation. This is a mediocre drugstore foundation, pure and simple.
1) It is not "weightless" or "imperceptible." You can definitely feel it on your skin.
2) It doesn't blend beautifully with fingers the way UD Naked Skin does.
3) The finish is practically matte and makes you look flat, dry, and old. Might be OK for very oily people; wasn't for me. The upside is that many people will be able to go without powder with this product.
It actually reminds me of Eclat Matissime, which I also hated.
UD Naked Skin is a luminous demi-matte that looks like natural skin. Very different from this product.
4) The coverage is not particularly sheer. I'd call it practically medium coverage--along the lines of Nars Sheer Glow, but bad. Masklike, and yet it won't cover every blemish.
5) No pump.
6) Colors are not particularly realistic or nice.