Revlon Photoready Two-Way Powder Foundation Review
RATING :- 7 OUT OF 10
Today i will review the Revlon Photoready Two-Way Powder Foundation. I got this sometime back, and have used this quite a number of times. It contains 9.1 gm of the product and costs INR Rs 1400. I got the powder foundation in shade 150 Natural Beige. It comes in an outer packaging made up of paper, black in color. The case is also solid matte black and made up of plastic, got a mirror inside and a sponge.
What Revlon claims about the Revlon Photoready Two-Way Powder Foundation ? : Revlon Photoready Two-Way Powder Foundation formula with light-filtering technology and soft focus pigments deliver an airbrushed look, wont settle into pores, for a flawless finish. Oil free. Fragrance free.
How to use ? : Apply evenly to face with wet or dry sponge, wet for higher coverage.
Revlon Photoready Two-Way Powder Foundation is basically a foundation in powder form. It does not have any fragrance of its own. It provides light to medium coverage, since i have lot of acne scars, i still need a concealer to cover up those marks, this wont provide any cover to those marks. The packaging is quite travel-friendly. However, the entire packaging gets a bit dirty after use as you can see in the picture so hygiene is one issue.
Applying the foundation properly is the biggest challenge. I think i faced the similar issue with the Chambor powder foundation Brightening Smoothening Foundation Wet & Dry, but this is even worse. When i follow the instruction and use it with the wet sponge, it creates a very patchy splotchy look, and then i will have to go over to the places once again and apply the foundation with a dry sponge. And if i apply the foundation just with the dry sponge, it gives very very light coverage, just like a compact powder. So make sure you have a good concealer handy and also you have some time in your hand to apply the Revlon Photoready Two-Way Powder Foundation properly.
Revlon Photoready Two-Way Powder Foundation is an okayish powder foundation. If you are looking for something for the evening party look, this foundation fails to work properly. However, if its daytime and you want a softer look with minimal coverage then this foundation can work for you. Powder foundation is best for oily skin, and hence i tried this. In that field, this works pretty well and does not get much shiny or oily on face even after an hour and half. Read Review of Chambor Brightening Smoothening Foundation Wet & Dry HERE