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Revlon Nearly Naked Foundation Review

By Maddy1704 @unstitchedd
Revlon Nearly Naked Foundation Review
Revlon Nearly Naked Foundation in 130 Shell - £7.99*
I've never found a foundation that I've got on with before, nothing seems to look like skin, and having (for the most part) always matched myself, I've never quite got it spot it on. When I heard about the Revlon Nearly Naked I was really intrigued as it seemed to fit the bill perfectly, light-medium coverage whilst still looking natural, and after getting it, it's hardly left my face. 
I wear the shade Shell, which seems to be a pretty good match for me, if a little on the dark side, but the foundation is so sheer that once buffed in the color match wouldn't be too much of a problem. Saying that, whilst it works for me, I do have a problem with the shade range as very few are offered (only six I think). The coverage is light to medium and can be built up, so it is just enough to even out the skin tone whilst still looking like, well, skin and it offers SPF 20 which is perfect for everyday protection and doesn't create a problem with flashback. 
One other gripe that I have with the product is that there is no pump, why? How difficult is it? It's actually not too big a deal as I would put it on the back of my hand anyway, but it can lead to problems of having too much or too little of the product and can be a little frustrating since it has quite a watery texture. The lasting power is also pretty impressive, it can last me at least six hours without powder, and considering I have combination skin I think that is quite good! 
Aside from a few niggles, it's an almost perfect foundation for me. What do you think of the sound of this?

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