Revlon Ultra HD Foundation | Products Review


The PhotoReady Insta-Filter Foundation

Shade: 410 Cappuccino  

The Revlon PhotoReady Insta- Filter Foundation is not bad at all. My thoughts for this foundation is all over the place.

I love the airbrush finish and medium coverage it gives. Details of this product states that it is buildable coverage. I do agree that it is buildable but, doing so will make your finish look too cakey. I notice that when I first applied the foundation on, it appeared to light but a few minutes later it adjusted to my skin complexion. I love that this foundation have SPF 20 in it, but the SPF kind of make the foundation a little lighter and more on the gray side. Compared to the ColorStay foundation shade, which I absoutely love, to the PhotoReady foundation shade, the Photoready is lighter and less warmer than the ColorStay. The finish appeared semi-matte and semi-smooth. I used the Revlon PhotoReady Perfecting Primer with the foundation to create a neutral canvas for the Revlon insta-filter foundation. I was satisfied with the overall look, but not amazed by it. 

Would I use this foundation again? Yes, but only if I'm wearing it for a couple of hours. I don't like a foundation that I have to put a lot of work into. 

Overall, it's an okay product.  


The Applicator

Foundation tube with a build-in sponge applicator....interesting....but.....I am not here for the applicator. I want no parts of it. Just a plan, simple no to the applicator. It was very hard to blend the foundation out with it and so much product is being soaked up. I decided to use a brush to blend it out and that was okay. I also used a beauty sponge and found that to be the most effective in blending out the insta-filter foundation.  I notice that the foundation sits on the skin instead of sinking into the skin in order to give a skin-like finish.  

Overall, amazing concept but horrible sponge applicator. 


Thank you guys, 

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