I have been wanting Nearly Naked to come out for ages and ages now and on Tuesday when I picked up Look magazine I noticed the foundation in the makeup section, my eyes literally went crazy big. I couldn't find it in Brent Cross Boots though, so I thought it wouldn't be out for a while because I usually find every single thing I'm looking for in there. After work my boyfriend offered to get me a Valentine's present and took me to our local Boots, and they had it! I couldn't believe it because they never update the stock there, but never mind that. That was the best Valentine's gift ever.
So, now on to the review. The foundation is in my opinion amazing, it blends in really well and covers up redness while leaving the feeling as if there's nothing on my face. It's buildable with light to medium coverage, it leaves my face feeling fresh and looking natural. It doesn't feel oily or looks shiny, or cakey. The 10 hours I had it on the foundation looked great, it didn't separate throughout the day. It feels very light, kinda like there's nothing on my face. The only downside of this product for me is that it doesn't have a pump, but I wanted it so bad that I don't really care at this point.
I am as impressed with the pressed powder as I am with the foundation. It feels smooth and silky, doesn't leave dry patches like some other powders used to do for me. It blends right in and there's no powdery feeling left. I am very happy about both products and look forward to using them on daily basis. Revlon is definitely my #1 favourite at the moment.