I’m an unnaturally pasty person. This isn’t something I’m ashamed of, or try to hide, so finding the right make up line is hard, really hard. In school I’m required to do some television work, not cute hand held camera TV work, HD-cameras-that-costs-more-than-my-tuition-for-two-years work.
I’ve tested and tried a lot of products, but when it comes to what actually goes on my face, I try to avoid face make up. My skin is pretty clear naturally and I hate wearing anything that covers my freckles. I’ve tried MAC Studio Moisture Tint SPF 15, but who can afford that all the time. The most recent line I’ve tried was Covergirl Natureluxe Silk Foundation. Yes it was nice, and yes Taylor Swift is a gorgeous girl, but I don’t appreciate having to mix two different colours so I can kind of match my skin tone.
You will quickly learn that I have a major girl crush on the wonderful Emma Stone. So when I saw that she was a new spokesperson for Revlon I jumped at the chance to try the new Photoready line. It was like the Gods had planned it because face make up was buy one get one. I was able to get the foundation, primer, concealer AND sculpting blush for half the cost. One thing I will stress is DO NOT BUY BLIND. There were testers so I was able to see just how perfect the “vanilla” colour was for my pale complexion. It is Friday and I’m in love with this line. I feel like I can touch my face, it lasts all day and it, to me looks flawless, which makes me much more confident when stepping in front of the cameras. So I would definitely recommend it for those looking for a easy (even though it’s four different products) make up routine. Some days I use the line and just mascara and feel confident, which is what good ‘ol war paint is all about.
I’m going to try and not do a lot of make up reviews so check out Jordynnes make up blog for more