Saturday, 21 September 2013

Revlon Nearly Naked Powder - Reviewed!

Whilst browsing Boots the other day and I had a £2 off Revlon and nothing was really taking my fancy then I came across this and I remembered hearing good reviews when it first came out so I thought it would but good to give it a try. 
Revlon Nearly Naked Powder
The packaging matches the Nearly Naked foundation in which it comes in a white compact. The packaging is rather large which makes it not the best for fitting in a small makeup bag. However it is slim and comes with a decent sized mirror and sponge. 
Revlon Nearly Naked Powder
I have the shade Light, which isn't very pale however it does blend out nicely and matches my skintone well. The powder is very finely milled which means this powder doesn't feel heavy on the skin. It sets foundation and BB Creams very well without looking cakey or powdery. It controls oil very well, I don't find I have to powder throughout the day unless it is a particularly hot day. I would have included a swatch of the powder but because it is so fine you can barely see it on the skin which is rare for drugstore powders. It also comes in 5 shades so most people should be able to find a shade that matches.

All in all this is a yet another great product by Revlon and I would definitely recommend it if you have oily skin and like to use a fine powder to help keep your base product in place. 

Revlon Nearly Naked Powder retails for £7.99.

Have you tried this powder? What is your favourite drugstore powder?

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