As a blushing bride, you want to get noticed for a lot of things, but heavy, cakey makeup shouldn't be one of them. Revlon introduces the new Revlon Nearly NakedTM Makeup, a revolutionary foundation that is so refreshingly light it melts right into your skin, harmonizing skin and makeup to restore your natural glow and provide an even, fresh complexion-so you get noticed for your beautiful skin, not your makeup!

Formulated with weightless hollow silica pigments, the breakthrough Revlon Nearly NakedTM Makeup balances skin and makeup so they work together, allowing the makeup to mimic skin's tone and texture. A blend of green tea, black tea, oatmeal and jojoba help maintain your natural glow for skin that looks naturally perfect while a broad spectrum SPF 20 helps protect from further damage. And the best part--it truly feels as if you aren't even wearing makeup!

Revlon Nearly NakedTM Makeup is available in 16 easy-to-find shades: Ivory, Vanilla, Shell, Nude, Fresh Beige, Natural Beige, Medium Beige, True Beige, Warm Beige, Sun Beige, Natural Tan, Nutmeg, Toast, Caramel, Chestnut, and Cappuccino.

Use alone or together with Revlon Nearly NakedTM Pressed Powder for fresh, flawless skin with undetectable coverage. Revlon Nearly NakedTM Pressed Powder's Silky soft texture blends seamlessly with your skin, provides natural coverage, evens your skin and minimizes the appearance of imperfections. Its undetectable coverage makes it feel and look like you are not wearing any powder. Revlon Nearly NakedTM Pressed Powder is available in six shades: Fair, Light, Medium, Medium/Deep, Deep, and Dark.


For more information on Revlon Nearly NakedTM Makeup and Revlon Nearly NakedTM Pressed Powder, click here.

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