BEAUTY|Revolution Pro CC Cream Perfecting Foundation Review

14 August 2020

A new week and a different foundation to chat about. As I might have said in the last post, I have changed my foundation preferences in recent times. About 5 years ago, I would have batted away anything that was not full coverage. I had and still do have a tendency to have a spotty chin and I would do everything I could to hide that fact. Now as I'm thirty years old, I'm older and wiser and have learnt to love the skin I'm in and the good and bad bits of it.

Last week's foundation was "skin tint" by name alone you could guess it is a light coverage product, only designed to uniform the look and colour of your skin. This week's offering is a little bit different.


Revolution Pro CC Cream Perfecting Foundation is not like any other CC Cream I've ever tried before in that it is a rather thick feeling foundation like product when pumped out of the tube initially. It is definitely more foundation feeling than CC Cream feeling in that respect.Saying this though on the face itself once blended, the product is really light feeling and not at all heavy or cakey and for that I'm glad. I'd definitely say this product is a medium to full buildable coverage.

The selling point for me in this product was that the foundation contained hyaluronic acid and collagen,which means it is designed to protect and even out the skintone. This is very much need for me and my skin in my "later years". I've definitely am looking into skincare and make up which has the more moisturising and hydrating properties so in that respect I was all for this 

This foundation comes in 20 shades ranging from fair tones to dark shades, each with a variety of tones. For reference, I bought and wear F3 which is for fair skin tones with a neutral/ pink undertone and that matches me perfectly.

I have to say that I am very impressed with this foundation. I didn't know what to expect from something that was called both a CC Cream and a foundation but I really enjoy it on days when I want a little bit more coverage but still want something that's light feeling on the skin. 

Again there is a few possible FAQs at the end of this post in case you want to know anything but for this post I shall leave you here. 

Have you tried this product?

FAQs:
Cruelty Free: Yes
Vegan: Not mentioned on the Website
Price: £10
Available Where: Revolution online, Superdrug, ASOS and Beauty Bay all stock it.
How Does it Apply: Applied and reviewed in the video below


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