Review of the Day: Revlon Nearly Naked Pressed Powder

Approaching summer and hot days I tend to reach for lighter textures and sheer coverage for my everyday makeup. I have really been impressed with the Revlon products lately. And today I would like to review one of the best powders that I have in my collection – Revlon Nearly Naked pressed powder.

The Nearly Naked line is supposed to provide you with the naturally flawless and lightweight feel and includes two types of products – foundations and powder.

Revlon Nearly Naked Pressed Powder (£7.99 or $9.99) is so refreshingly light it melts right in, creating a fresh, even look. This pressed powder blends seamlessly with a very lightweight feel

The formula of this powder is truly incredible. I believe this is the most lightweight powder I have ever come across. The texture of the product is very finely milled and the brush picks up just the right amount of product so that you won’t be able to overdo it and it spreads on the skin absolutely seamlessly just as advertised.

The shade I own is 10 Fair, though the powder comes in 6 shades – fair, light, medium, medium deep, deep and dark, with the dark shade being suitable for tan skin. The shade Fair is the lightest and is a very good match for my pale NW20 skin tone with obvious pink undertones. This particular shade doesn’t lean yellow or pink that much and can be categorized as neutral and looks adequate the skin regardless undertone.

Revlon Nearly Naked Pressed Powder
Revlon Nearly Naked Pressed Powder

This powder comes in a white plastic compact, enlarged in order to put a sponge into it. The sponge that the powder comes with and that I do not currently own is of very average quality. I advise you to get a huge fluffy brush for powder application and I am sure you will as impressed as I was. The packaging a bit bulky that limits the use of the powder on-the-go, but it also has a built in mirror of a medium size if you might need it.

I find this powder perfect to set my liquid foundations and once applied it is absolutely undetectable on the skin. The coverage of this powder is sheer to light so you can easily get away with the shade lighter or darker. Using this powder you will get a silky smooth skin as a result and I do recommend trying it out.

I hope this post was both interesting and useful for you. If you have any questions about this product – please leave them in the comments down below and I will be happy to provide you with thorough answers!

Thank you very much for your attention.

Have an amazing day!

Hugs and kisses,



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