Revlon's Nearly Naked Powder is part of the new collection Revlon is putting out for Spring 2013, along with their Nearly Naked foundation.
I have been using this powder regularly for the past couple of weeks and I like it a lot. I mean... a lot! The first few times I have used it it reminded me of Benefit's Hello Flawless Powder. The texture is extremely silky and smooth, almost buttery and blends like a dream. I didn't find it chalky or powdery at all, it never caked up on my skin, didn't emphasize or settle into pores or fine lines. It simply smooths over the skin like a dream and has a beautiful satiny finish while providing quite a bit of coverage. I love setting my make-up with this, I might dust all over the face just to control shine and keep things settles through the day or I even managed to wear it on it's own, buffed in with a kabuki, going for a more natural look.
I am very impressed with this powder and I am happy to have found a drugstore product that performs so well. The texture is creamy and smooth, coverage medium (just how I like it) and the finish is that flawless satin that compliments any look. I have nothing bad to say about this powder, everything is right, from the price-point, to packaging, texture, performance, wear... everything really.
*Disclaimer: These products have been provided to me for consideration. This does not influence my opinions or review.
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