September 3, 2018

Revlon PhotoReady Candid Natural Finish Anti-Pollution Foundation for Fall 2018

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Revlon PhotoReady Candid Natural Finish Anti-Pollution Foundation for Fall 2018 ($10.99) gets an early launch today at for Platinum and Diamond Members. Available in a whooping 30 shades this PhotoReady Candid Natural Finish Anti-Pollution Foundation is a hybrid foundation skincare formula that’s contains antioxidants, anti-pollution, and anti-blue light ingredients to protect skin. The creamy, hydrating formula has a medium, natural finish that goes on like a moisturizer with a weightless feel and comes housed in a pump for ease of use.

If you’re a Diamond or Platinum Member you get early access to Revlon PhotoReady Candid Natural Finish Anti-Pollution Foundation today only and it’ll launch for everyone else later this Fall!

A few years ago these skincare slash foundation formulas were quite a trend. I honestly believe that my foundation cannot do the job of my skincare but I guess it is nice having some good ingredients in the mix since it is something I am wearing 8 to 12 hours a day! I also think it’s pretty impressive they launched in such a wide array of shades!

What do you think of Revlon PhotoReady Candid Natural Finish Anti-Pollution Foundation?

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  • Dee

    Almost threw this in my cart this morning but thought I’d wait for reviews. And it’s so hard to get the shades right online even with 30 to chose from!

    • Carol G

      Was thinking the same thing. How do they launch a new foundation online first when you would have no idea what shade you would need? This sounds interesting, but would have to see it in stores first. Especially with the huge shade range…

  • Debbie T

    Trying to pick out a shade is a little frustrating.. It starts off dark then light then dark.. I am in the middle somewhere but I know it will be wrong. Most color guides start light to dark.. Or dark to light. This one is confusing..

  • Maria

    I ordered it i hope I got the right shade. The next shade looked too yellow. I also got the Tarte glisten blush free with $ 20 tarte purchase.

  • Kelly

    Definitely want to try! I’m with you, it couldn’t hurt to have some skin care in foundation. (Along with other skin care still done).
    But, anti-blue light ingredients? What does that even mean? Lol

    • Isabella Muse

      apparently our phones, computers, etc are bad for our skin 🙂 blue light ages our skin allegedly!

    • Isabella Muse

      I don’t mind so much as I don’t really depend on my foundation alone to protect my skin but would make sense considering they market it as a skincare/foundation hybrid!

    • Diana

      I’d prefer it didn’t. I always layer sunscreen underneath, as having it in the foundation is essentially worthless. You don’t apply enough foundation for adequate sun protection.

    • Amanda C.

      I think it’s because it’s part of the “photoready” line- no spf= no white cast in flash photography. I actually prefer it not to because then it leaves flexibility, add spf for daytime wear…or skip the spf and add concealer, contour, powder, etc. for a night out or event with photos taken 🙂

  • Val.

    I’m really surprised this doesn’t seem to have SPF in it considering the “skincare product” it claims to be.

    As someone with more oily skin, I’m worried this will be too hydrating, so I’m going to pass on it until I see some favorable reviews.

    • Isabella Muse

      I don’t mind so much as I can’t rely on the SPF in foundation alone to protect my skin but you’re right would have made sense to include it!

  • Kish

    I don’t need this at all, I have so many new foundations. But….I really want to try it. I’ll wait until it’s in store though, I’m not sure about a shade match.

  • Crissie

    I am convinced they’re trying to dupe It’s CC cream-with the exception of the SPF. I’m happy this doesn’t have SPF in it. Let ME decide what SPF I want to put on my face. I’ve stopped using some of my otherwise favorite foundations because of the heavy presence of SPF.

  • Zoe

    This one has some similar ingredients to the It Cosmetics CC Cream and the Thrive Causemetics CC Cream 😉 The Thrive Causemetics CC Cream is basically the It CC Cream without essential oils and fruit extract ingredients, so maybe this Revlon foundation is a dupe for both of those CC Cream ;))

  • MK

    The fact that the PhotoReady Candid range came out with 31 different shades is just amazing. I see that they have three different options within the foundations for pink/cool, Neutral, and yellow/warm undertones. I’ve swatched a few of the foundations to find my shade and I have also swatched the concealers. I found the texture of the Foundation to be slightly thicker than the Colorstay Comb/oily foundation.

    I have a very oily face and I have to power down at least 5 times a day while at work and the PhotoReady Candid foundation doesn’t have oil in it which I am very excited about as I usually stay away from oils on my face. When I swatched the foundation I could see that the formula was very matte and was expecting it to be quite dry, but once I rubbed it into my hand the foundation spread so easily and set so well. The finish of the foundation isn’t matte but isn’t quite dewy either, so somewhere in-between which is good for each individual customer. Maybe for someone like me I would still powder down just incase.

    Also, if I had of bought a PhotoReady Candid foundation online instead of going into a store to test it out first I would have definitely bought the wrong shade. What I picked up off the shelf that I thought was my colour ended up being a shade too dark. Also looking online the colour I had matched myself with looked a lot different online than it did in person.

    I can’t wait to try this out on my face, I feel as if this is going to be one of my favourite foundations in Revlon.

    Hope this helps everyone out 🙂