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6/4/12

Revlon PhotoReady Airbrush™ Mousse Makeup

Hello, lovelies! How's your weekend? My Sunday's been a busy day with a short film shooting "RESURRECCION". The director of the film asked my cousin to do the make-up for the artist and of course it's an opportunity so my cousin grabbed it. :) As my cousin told me about the details and said that Hermes of PBB will be there, I immediately ask him If i can be there also and he said YES *I almost faint* LOL. I'm excited about it from that day on and I even suggest to my cousin to try my REVLON Products. And it's just right for the review of my Revlon PhotoReady Airbrush™ Mousse Makeup. :)

PhotoReady Airbrush™ Mousse Makeup, an air-light makeup provides a flawless finish, whether it’s on camera or in person. The whipped texture allows you to blend evenly for undetectable coverage, leaving you with a smooth poreless complexion. The formula’s photochromatic pigments bend and reflect light to minimize flaws, leaving you with perfectly airbrushed skin in any light – indoors, outdoors, or under the flash of a camera. Oil free, fragrance free. Use alone or over PhotoReady™ Primers.


My PhotoReady Airbrush™ Mousse Makeup is in NUDE color and these are some of the other colors/shades available Vanilla, Shell, Natural Beige, Medium Beige, Golden Beige, Rich Ginger and Caramel. I've chosen this shade because it's the nearest shade that fits my skin tone, not too light yet not too dark. Just right for me. :)
What's your shade now? Pick from below:


Simply press the button gently to deliver a lightweight air-infused foam mousse that blends seamlessly. 

And this is how it will look when you started to work on it.
This can be use alone or over PhotoReady™ Face Primers in which I also made  a review over HERE.
How to use:
  • Shake can well. Hold can upright, and press button gently to dispense a dime-size dollop of foamy air-infused mousse.
  • Apply over face and blend for a smooth poreless complexion. 
  • Whipped texture feels weightless and provides medium-to-full buildable coverage. 
  • For an airbrushed finish, it is recommended to use fingertips when applying.

Here's a swatch on my skin. Did you see the difference? I used the PhotoReady Airbrush™ Mousse Makeup alone here.
Packaging:
I love the packaging of this product, I can bring it anywhere without worrying that it will be broken due to my clumsiness because it's made of glass.
Coverage:
I thought this was actually a full-coverage foundation but it's only a light to medium. It is buildable, yet I still need concealers to hide all those blemishes and dark spots on my face. :( I love the feeling of how light and airy it feels when I use this.
Staying Power:
I've been wearing it for 8-10 hours and it quite last well though I usually do some retouch at the middle of the day by just blotting pressed powder on my T-Zone. This is right for me because I have an oily skin and as stated the formula of this product is oil free. :)
Fragrance:
This product is a fragrance FREE. 
Shimmer Effect:
This shimmery effect made me love Revlon PhotoReady Airbrush™ Mousse Makeup more! I am so into shimmery effect because I think it gives a warm and nice effect to my skin tone. This effect is perfect on a night outs gimiks. :)
Before I put end to this review let me first show you some photos that I took yesterday which I actually planned to add on this review. ;)


Mr. Jao Mapa after his make up. SO fresh and natural.

The rebel girl with only Revlon PhotoReady™ Face Primer & Revlon PhotoReady Airbrush™ Mousse Makeup on.

Say Hi to Revlon PhotoReady Airbrush™ Mousse Makeup! :)

The Rebel Boy HERMES of PBB on his finishing touch. Rock On! Mee loves him' <333 LOl. Sssshhh.

The rebel leader ready for the next scene.
My cousin used the color correcting primer first then the mousse foundation to them and I must say It is much better to use the mousse foundation with the Revlon Primer first. ;)
So I guess you try using it with primer first. Aryt? :)
Lemme show you a picture after the shoot.

See, the make-up is still good though Mr. Jao Mapa has a fake scar & bruised make-up because he was tortured during the final scene. awww.


And that's it. I just wanna share those pictures. Haha! I really had fun yesterday. ;)


That’s all for now. I hope you liked it! ;) Comments are highly appreciated. :)


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