Most days I seem to be sporting a different skin type and I bought this foundation after I read about it on essiebutton for when I have slightly less oily skin and not many imperfections to cover up.
When my beloved true match foundation from L'Oreal ran out I didn't want to repurchase it as I thought it wasn't quite perfect but I also didn't hold out much hope to find my HG foundation either.
Nearly naked has a runny consistency which makes it an ideal foundation for those who like or only need a light/medium coverage. It is easy to blend and I prefer to use my fingers instead of a brush but the RT buffing brush works wonders too. The lasting power is great and the foundation gives you a dewy finish (i.e not leaving me looking like I just spent 4 hours at the gym. It doesn't oxidize on me at all (which many tend to do).
The only bad thing is that it doesn't have a pump (why..why..why Revlon?) and you can be left with way too much foundation but in my opinion the good points overcome this one little annoying thing.
Revlon nearly naked foundation - £8.99.