Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Revlon Airbrush Foundation


I was watching TV on my day off and a Revlon commercial played across the screen. Usually I don't tend to use Revlon, I don't know why it just isn't one of my "go to" products. But when I saw beautiful Emma Stone's face, I decided not to flip the channel.  Usually I see older celebrities encompass the Revlon world so my brian automatically assumes it's an older generation product. With Emma, I couldn't help but to see what she would endorse with Revlon. Come to find out, it's a foundation called Photo-ready Airbrush Moose Makeup. Of course I'm interested at the though of an airbrush affect and lightweight moose feel. I adore makeup that is smooth with a light as air feel so I'm not covering up everything, it just feel's so unnatural when products layer on your skin. Next to feeling and looking unnatural, it's not good for your skin if it's covered with thick goock all the time. Our skin actually breathes...and if you wear a heavy foundation like MAC Long-wear Foundation on a day to day basis you are actually causing your skin to have lack of oxygen and moisture.  

I tested out Revlon's new foundation which I purchased for 12$ at Target, and wasn't quite sure of the overall effect at first. Since I'm used to using a tinted moisturizer which gives very light coverage, I had to wear it the whole day in order to see my skin in different lights and see it's lasting power. I asked my friends at the salon if they felt my foundation looked comparably different (too thick or unnatural blend) then the kind I'm usually wearing. They answered no, and I would have to agree with them. I quite like the foundation and really liked the results throughout the day. I would recommend it's primer for those who have naturally oily skin, my T-zone (forehead & nose) had a slight sheen.

Alright, so what is so great about this airbrush moose foundation? It's a light as air foundation that provides you with a flawless finish in every light, in person or on camera. The whipped texture allows you to blend seamlessly for undetectable coverage, leaving you with a smooth porless complexion. This formulas photo-chromatic pigments bend and reflect light to minimize flaws, leaving you with perfectly airbrushed skin- in any light. It is oil free and fragrance free. 

Whether you wear foundation every day or just on special occasions, Revlon's new foundation is one to try! If you have any comments please post them, or you can email me at:
todieforblog@yahoo.com

-Alexsis

TIPS:
-Use fingers, and blend from the middle of your face outward.
-If you tend to have oily skin, use Revlon's Photo Ready Perfecting Primer

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