Revlon Nearly Naked Foundation + Soft Daytime Makeup Look
I’ve been loving the last few drugstore foundations I’ve purchased, including my Revlon Nearly Naked in the shade 130 Shell. This foundation gives you a great natural look while still covering the majority of your imperfections. I’ve read a few reviews saying this left people with oily skin after a few hours, but I have oily skin and I haven’t had any issues with shininess or oil. This picture below is actual my makeup after an 8 hour workday with no touch-ups so the staying power is really good on me. I do use a primer, my favorite at the moment is the Smashbox Photofinish More Than Primer Dark Spot Correcting Primer. I also always powder my t-zone. Their is no fragrance detectable to me with this product and I have been blending this with a round-top buffing brush. The only con of this product for me is the packaging, anytime you have a foundation without a pump things can get a little messy. I give this foundation an 8/10
The rest of my makeup is what I’ve wearing on a daily basis lately. It takes me 10 minutes and all of these products last all day for me with no need for any real touch-ups. For my eyes I use my Too Faced Natural at Night Collection. I apply nightcap from my lashline to my crease and Cocoa Star in my crease. I use spotlight as my highlight. You could use any mid-tone brown for this with a deeper brown in your crease. The key is keeping everything soft and blended. Then apply a bright pink blush, I used my Physician’s Formula Happy Booster Blush and for my lip I used this New York Color Smooch Proof Lip Stain in the shade Persistent Pink ( This lip stain costs less than 5 dollars!) . I skip the eyeliner to save time and use a few coats of mascara for definition. This is a fresh and easy look that would be easy to replicate with products you probably already have.