Revlon PhotoReady&#8482; Powder
Wish it was cheaper!
I went with my mum to pick up some face powders, my mum wanted this powder, but being a stingy teenager I often go for the cheaper powders!! So I asked my sister to buy it for my mum. My mum tried it and it looked so natural I couldn't tell she was wearing any makeup! I felt so jealous, and tried it while I was home alone! It looked amazingly natural, usually I like a matte finish for a photoready face and for everyday makeup, but this powder is so lightweight and glowy, it blends in so easily. I would say this is my favourite powder also because I have oily skin, this doesn't aggrivate it. It takes literally 5 seconds to even the skin out with this! I love it so much but I wish it was cheaper! I regret buying 5 different foundations, and 5 different powders to go with them which was so stupid of me!! As soon as I finish all that makeup, I'm definitely going to buy the revlon photoready collection for myself. I mean....who wouldn't want perfect photoready skin all the time? It looks so sophisitcated and suits all skin types, but I don't know whether all skintones are covered. But I definitely reccomend this to all women!
June 2, 2011
Love this! I had never used powder before. I have tanned, mixed race skin that is combination and my chin area is always spotty! I hate the feel of foundation on my skin and wanted something that would give me good coverage but wasn't thick and greasy. This stuff rocks in that it hid most of my spots, didn't feel greasy or thick/heavy on my skin and it has sparkly bits in that made my skin look gorgeous. I never realised powder could look so great and it's so easy to apply. With my no7 oil reducing primer underneath, it stayed on for over 16 hours. Being naturally tanned, I went for the darkest shade and it was a perfect match. Get it, you won't be disappointed! X
July 2, 2011
Had already got the cream to powder compact which have nearly finished & then this appeared. I have thread veins, etc & very oily T- zone so need good coverage which this gives. I think it's better than the Photoready cream to powder compact. The brush in the compact I thought is a bit on the small side so for initial application I now use a bigger brush I already own (not Revlon) but the small brush is OK for touch ups later on if needed. Would buy this again!
August 15, 2011