The New Must-Have Foundation That Looks as Good ON Your Skin as it is Good FOR Your Skin

Revlon’s new PhotoReady Candid Anti-Pollution Foundation is a smash. You heard it here first. Invest, invest, invest.

It looks beautiful on the skin, and it feels even better. It looks very natural, veering towards the “your skin, but better territory”. It does have some real coverage though, so if you build it up, it does look like you have a little bit of something on your skin, but in a good way! It just smoothes everything out, cancels out redness or any other discolouration, blurs pores, and adds an overall look of health and brightness to the skin. It’s not overly matte or dewy, it just looks very natural. I found that it doesn’t even need to be set with powder if you want a soft-glow type of look.

It wears beautifully on the skin and somehow looks even better after a few hours. It’s like it just blends into your skin as the time goes by. My skin is super oily, so by the four-hour mark, I will need to blot, but after that, it just goes right back to perfection. Also, it does not slide or smear off at all. Nor does it crease and settle into fine lines or texture.

Revlon also says that the foundation is infused with antioxidants, antipollution, and anti-blue light ingredients. And what’s not in it is almost as important as what’s inside. You won’t catch a hint of oils, parabens, phthalates, synthetic dyes or fragrances.

I mean seriously, what’s not to love? If you’re considering a good-for-you foundation that will give your skin a healthy, bright, and natural look that’s as good for your skin as it actually looks on the skin, PhotoReady Candid Natural Finish Anti-Pollution Foundation is your new best friend.

Hannah Flack
Hannah Flack

I am a USC grad with a passion for beauty, health and science. I reside in beautiful California with my husband and puppy (@sebastian.thecavalierking).

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