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Testing the Revlon PhotoReady Foundation


Company description, according to the official website: “Revlon PhotoReady ™ Makeup – For poreless, airbrushed skin in any light.” Frankly, even he does! :)

Testing the Revlon PhotoReady Foundation

I bought it strictly for makeup blog post you heard that makes skin look busy in natural light, which is why I avoided makeup day. Apply quickly, is easy to handle, my favorite way is with a brush, so that the classical foundation, and duo-fiber brush. In both cases, the result is uniform, minimizes pores, covers imperfections and what I liked most, covers dark circles well. And I think you already know all that I need some help on this side ;)

In pictures, it looks very natural outcome is not one dull, but gives a very nice glow skin.
If you have dry or normal skin, most likely you will not need powder, although a bit of translucent powder is always advisable to fix the base. Those of you who have combination skin, you will definitely use this powder foundation if you choose. I have not yet tested on oily skin, but tend to think it would increase sebum if used daily.

In natural light, as long as you do not use very much product looks very nice, contrary to my expectations. It is true that it has a slightly higher coverage than the products they normally use for the day, but I always preferred PhotoReady on days when my skin have small “complaints” for various reasons :) I felt like mask without looking busy.
Looks gorgeous when used for evening makeup!

Degree of resistance seems good, I applied morning and night until I had no problems with it.
And for its price affordable, around £ 55-60 if well remember the amount – 30 ml – is more than enough for a good while. That helps pump is economical to use!

But as there are no miracles, at least in terms of cosmetics, I have a big problem with it: I stain brushes. I noticed that the only way to prevent this is to wash them immediately after applying foundation and even so, everything is a bit complicated.

Rating: 9/10.

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