Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Revlon PhotoReady Airbrush Mousse Makeup and PhotoReady Color Correcting Primer

Knock, knock, knock!


Yesterday, a package arrived and it's from Revlon ^0^

Inside there's Revlon PhotoReady Color Correcting Primer

Lightweight primer smoothes skin while evening out skin tone with color correcting pigments that neutralize redness and uneven color. Wear alone or under foundation.

Revlon’s NEW primers are lightweight primers that soften skin and diffuse light to help minimize flaws and even out skin texture. It creates a perfect canvas so that your foundation will glide on more evenly and smoothly. Primers can be worn alone or under foundation, and are oil free, talc free, fragrance free, paraben free.

- Try Revlon PhotoReady™ Perfecting Primer to soften skin, reduce the appearance of pores and fine lines, and smooth skin texture and tone.

- Try Revlon PhotoReady™ Color Correcting Primer to brighten skin and neutralize redness while evening out uneven skin tone.


Revlon PhotoReady Airbrush Mousse Makeup in Medium Beige.

Get an airbrushed finish with Revlon’s light-as-air mousse makeup. Press button gently to deliver a lightweight air-infused foam mousse that blends seamlessly. Photochromatic pigments minimize the appearance of flaws for a smooth, poreless look.

PhotoReady Airbrush™ Mousse Makeup, an air-light makeup provides a flawless finish, whether it’s on camera or in person. The whipped texture allows you to blend evenly for undetectable coverage, leaving you with a smooth poreless complexion. The formula’s photochromatic pigments bend and reflect light to minimize flaws, leaving you with perfectly airbrushed skin in any light – indoors, outdoors, or under the flash of a camera. Oil free, fragrance free. Use alone or over PhotoReady™ Primers.

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And here's my reviews:


The Color Correcting Primer are light diffuser alright, it helps brighten up the skin in an instant. Have you noticed that when taking pictures some part of the skin can look dull or even darker, like there are shades. That's because some part of the skin can reflects the lights better while some don't.

It could be because those parts are healthier, more radiant, etc. But with Color Correcting Primer you get that overall radiant skin in an instant. Will you be able to look at it with naked eyes, unfortunately no, but do take a picture and see the difference.

What you can see is the matte effect, soft to the touch feeling and velvety smooth skin. No visible large pores, less lines and younger looking skin with radiance.


The mousse.

After shaking the bottle, the mousse still didn't come out as perfect as I thought. It's kinda like frog eggs piling up heehee. And since it's fragrance free, the smell kinda medicinal for me. Definitely not a fan.

Since the mousse is in Medium Beige, the color and tone is way too dark for me, so I just tried them on my hands.


The before after picture shows how tan my skin look like after using it, hmm perhaps when I want to look tanned, I'll use it ^__^

The mousse is perfect to be used after the color correcting primer, both of them increases the radiance of the skin so they look, well, photo ready. Even thou' the mousse is not perfectly foamed, it still glide lightly on the skin. It's not as light as other brand with higher price. The coverage itself is medium, suitable for a natural look without being too heavy. There are some shimmers noticeable, they are like particles that reflect lights, so no paparazzi can catch you off guard.

Overall, it is an affordable product that delivers result. But I wish the texture could be lighter, less glossy, and doesn't have that smell, I guess a bit scented will be alright  ^0^

Tips: Use the primer first for more a smoother finish. When applying the mousse, it is better to use a foundation brush, it helps the application to be lighter and softer look too. After using the mousse a simple loose powder will help sets everything.

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