Revolution Pro Foundation Drops | Review, Demo & Wear Test

I’ve been using the new Revolution Pro Foundation Drops for the past few weeks now and I would like to share my opinion.

Revolution Pro is a new sister line of (Makeup) Revolution – it’s slightly more expensive since their products are supposed to be professional but it’s still very affordable.

They released two foundations – Full Cover Camouflage Foundation which I reviewed last week and Foundation Drops.

Foundation Drops have a very liquid texture because they are water-based. They have sheer to buildable medium coverage and a natural almost dewy finish. These drops are also very lightweight and feel like nothing on the skin.

The foundation comes in 18 shades like all other Revolution foundations. All shades are described on revolutionbeauty.com so it’s easier to pick one online. I ordered mine in the shade F6 which is described as light/medium with yellow undertone. Since I have three foundations in this shade, I can make a comparison: Revolution Fast Bast Stick Foundation, Revolution Pro Full Cover Camouflage Foundation and Revolution Pro Foundation Drops (left-to-right).

Revolution Foundations Comparison

I was worried how this dewy foundation will hold up on my combo skin but it always wears beautifully. It doesn’t get oily or cakey and it doesn’t rub off much. It also doesn’t cling to any dry patches so I think it would be appropriate for pretty much every skin type.

It’s an amazing foundation that costs less than 8 EUR! I can’t recommend it enough for those who don’t mind a bit less coverage.

Check out my video for demo and wear test!

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