Revolution IRL Filter Longwear Foundation Review: 5 People Test

“A small amount of product goes a long way. It spreads easily on the skin and creates a super silky, effortless airbrush base. For a more natural everyday look, I only used one pump of the product for my entire face, but this product can definitely be built up for an evening/event look and it won’t result no pasty looking skin. I have found that using a sponge works a bit but better than a brush to allow for a more even finish. As for full coverage foundations, they feel light on the skin and create a more natural, flawless look than the alternative products I’ve tried.

Evaluation: 10/09

Shadow: IRL Filter Longwear Foundation in F7

Esohe Ebohon, COO of GLAMOR

“The IRL Filter foundation has a really good consistency and I applied it very easily with the R28 seamless foundation brush and the blending sponge. The F16 foundation is really smooth and silky and matches really well with my complexion It didn’t crack and it was It was really lightweight even though it provided full coverage, concealing blemishes and creating a great base for applying other products.

“I found this product to be very pigmented and a small amount is enough. This means I can reduce the amount I use as I can do my whole face with 2 pumps or even less when I want less coverage.

“I only applied 1-2 pumps, depending on the coverage I wanted to achieve, and blended with my fingertips for a lightweight, soft matte finish or applied more layers and blended with Revolution Foundation Brush to boost coverage.

“Those using a tinted moisturizer or who prefer minimal coverage may find the coverage provided by this foundation to be too much, but it is ideal for those who need more coverage due to scarring or other skin issues. I like that it’s oil free, so it’s suitable for people with combination or oily skin like me. However, as the day progressed, it slipped off oilier parts of my skin. face, but this was corrected with a little touch-up and the use of a powder.

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