Revlon Nearly Naked Foundation ($10) contains broad spectrum SPF 20. The formula is more on the thin side and less creamy and thick. It comes in 16 different shades so you should not have trouble finding a match for your skin. I chose (#110) Ivory for my fair skin.
I like to apply most liquid foundations with my Beauty Blender so that is what I used while testing this foundation out. If you’re looking for a full coverage foundation, this is not it. As the name suggests, the coverage is light to medium at best. Hence the name, Nearly Naked.
I have a good amount of redness to my skin and several imperfections. As you can see in my swatches below, Revlon Nearly Naked foundation tones down that redness pretty well but imperfections are still really noticeable. Areas of major imperfections or acne will take extra effort to conceal.
Since this foundation is a lighter formula, the wear time is not great on my oily skin. After 8 hours, barely any foundation remains on my skin. Usually it takes both sides of a moist facial wipe to get all traces of foundation off my face at the end of the day. After wearing Revlon Nearly Naked all day, only about half of one side of a facial wipe has any foundation traces on it.
To me, Nearly Naked is a good foundation choice for the warmer weather months when you may be looking for something more lightweight. As long as you don’t have major skin issues you wish to conceal, then this will work well for you.
For the most part I don’t mind the lighter coverage or wear time. Both of those issues are not major enough that I can’t deal with them. But on the other hand, it’s not impressive enough to me that I would run out and purchase it again.
Have you tried Revlon Nearly Naked foundation yet? If so, did you like it?