Revlon Nearly Naked Foundation is the most recent addition to my makeup bag. I've had quite good luck with Revlon foundations in the past - colorstay is one of my all time favourites and one I repurchase continously so I wanted to see if the nearly naked foundation could live up to my high expectations.
Nearly naked is a lightweight and blendable foundation - I purchased the shade ivory (the same I use in colorstay) which is a pretty much perfect match for my skin tone. I've been applying it with a sigma rounded kabuki brush, which buffs it in nicely and creates a flawless finish.
The consistency of the foundation is thin, it evens out my skintone but extra concealer is needed on any blemishes or redness. I prefer lightweight foundations to heavy ones as I find heavier consistencies tend to break my skin out.
I was a little worried that the foundation might be too dewy for my combination/oily skin but the finish is a 'healthy glowing complexion' that looks bright and radiant. The only downside (apart from the bottle not having a pump) is that my t-zone gets quite shiny after a few hours so I do need to blot more than I would with a foundation such a colorstay. However, it didnt wear off like a lot of foundations or oxidise - my skin still looked fresh by the end of the day.
I can see why a lot of people like this product - its affordable, creates a great base and feels weightless on the skin. Thumbs up from me!!