Guest Post: Spring Makeup Look by MadeFromBeauty

Cover Photo [12993]Spring is finally here and with a new season comes a change in my makeup bag. I love to change up the products I reach for everyday at this time of year to create a fresher, lighter look. So here are the products that have made their way to my everyday spring makeup bag…

For my base I’ve been reaching for my KIKO Hydrating Fluid Universal Fit Foundation (RRP £6.90). This medium coverage, lightweight base is perfect to pop on with your fingers for an easy weekend look or can be built up with a brush throughout the week, but no matter how you apply it it’s always the perfect natural, glowing complexion we all want at this time of year. View Full Post

Review: Revlon Nearly Naked


Hey My Beautifuls,

Prior to my short break dealing with family stuff I started using Revlon’s new Nearly Naked Foundation and Powder*. I have been using it for around 2 months as my everyday foundation and I Love it.

I apply the foundation using my Kabuki style foundation brush and I buff it into my skin, leaving a very natural and even looking complexion. I would say that this foundation is a demi-matte with medium coverage but, its most definitely buildable. If you have large pores like myself a primer is needed.

Excuse the brows I am growing them back whilst I have a full fringe

 Onto the powder, this is a very light powder which doesn’t make your skin feel cakey at all. I use the powder as a very light contour as the medium shade is too dark for me. This powder would be perfect for those days that your skin is behaving but you just feel you need a very light wash of colour.

I have very dry skin as some of you already know but this foundation does not dry my skin out at all.

I am using Ivory in the liquid foundation and Medium in the powder. Revlon’s Nearly Naked Range is available at most leading beauty stores, The foundation is £8.99 and the powder is £7.99.

I would go as far as saying this is a replacement for my Sephora Tinted Moisturiser as its moisturising enough and gives me just the right amount of coverage. I want to see how this foundation deals with the rising temperatures so, I may come back with an update.

Have any of you tried this new range, what did you think?