Happy Sunday everyone! 
It's almost Monday now, which is a bummer because, as Bob Geldof sang, I don't like Mondays! But I thought I'd round off my weekend by doing this post about the Revlon Nearly Naked foundation, I've seen so many reviews of this one already, all positive, so I thought I'd throw my hat into the ring!

I really like the packaging, the glass bottle with the white top is really clean and fresh looking, you don't see many foundations with this kind of packaging so it really stands out on the shelf.
I really really wish it had a pump on it though because I hate having to pour it out on my hand first, I always feel like I'm wasting some of the product, sort it out Revlon!!
It comes in ten shades, ranging from the lightest shade Ivory, which is what I got because I'm deathly pale, to the darkest shade Cappuccino, I think it's quite a good shade range, better than most drugstore foundations.

Sorry to scare you all with my makeup-less face but obviously it has to be done to show you the difference the foundation makes, so grin and bear it ;)
As you can see, I have lots of freckles, which I don't mind so I never try and cover them over completely, I also have dark circles and redness around my nose and a bit on my chin, some definite problem areas! 

 This is the foundation applied with a Real Techniques Buffing Brush, without any powder or concealer on the top, and I think it does an amazing job! I wasn't too keen on it the first couple of times I used it, but I think that was because my skin was in slightly worse shape than it is right now and I had a few big daddy spots to contend with and seen as this is a light/medium coverage it didn't cover them enough for me, but now my spots have cleared up this is right up my street! 
It's fairly light coverage, but buildable without being cakey, the colour match is pretty much perfect for my skin, and it doesn't oxidise into a orange colour like a lot of pale foundations.
As you can see it just perfects the skin and gives you a nice, smooth base to apply your powder/blush/concealer on top of.
Revlon is definitely my favourite drugstore brand at the moment, they're hitting it out the park with every new product they release!
You can buy this from Boots and Superdrug for £8.99, but it's currently on offer in Superdrug for £6.99!

I definitely thought I was going to be ''different'' to all the other bloggers and hate this foundation when I first used it, but now I've figured out the right way to use it on my skin I love it! 
Have you used this foundation?
What do you think of it?
I'd love to hear your thoughts :)
Hope your Monday's go OK, mine are always utterly disastrous and mind-numbing! haha.

Love you ducks!

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