Revlon Touch & Glow Moisturizing Makeup Review

by mehak on August 4, 2012

in Face Products, Foundation, Reviews, Revlon


Revlon Touch & Glow Moisturizing Makeup Review

Guest Post by CSP Ballal (Light Skin tone,  Normal to Dry Skin)

Revlon Claims” Revlon Touch & Glow Moisturising Makeup has a light water based formulation that smoothens and moisturizes skin to make you look naturally radiant. It’s a light to medium coverage foundation that hides minor imperfections and evens out complexion for a soft, dewy glow. The light formula doesn’t clog pores and can be used everyday.”

Available Shades:

  • Ivory Mist
  • Rose Mist
  • Natural Mist
  • Golden Mist


My take on Revlon Touch & Glow Moisturising Makeup:

Revlon Touch & Glow Moisturising Makeup is termed as a light water based formula and the foundation seems like it is water based since it is thin and a little runny.Though it does not give heavy coverage, it helps in hiding light spots and evening out your skin tone.. Application is  also not very difficult because its fairly emollient and spreadable so  Beginners too can easily handle this liquid foundation.

My skin indeed gets the feel of moisturizing to some extent. But I could not identify the natural dewy glow it claims to impart. After about an hour of application, I find my nose, area between the nose and cheeks and also forehead very shiny/oily. If this is what is meant by dewy glow, then I must say I do not like the glow. After about another hour or so, the foundation begins to melt. Face tissues easily carry the foundation in just one pat on the face making the makeup look very messy.

The packaging is not impressive too, a screw cap for a wide mouth bottle. The product just runs out without any control. At least a stopper with a small hole can be introduced in the package.

As far as the shades are concerned  , i have Natural Mist which  gives a pinkish tinge to my fair skin- so its appropriate for cooler tones. I have to add though that the shade selection is very limited. I believe foundations shade cannot be almost matching or near matching to your skin. It has to be exactly matching your skin color. Right!!!!??? So finding an exact match with 4 colors is a bit difficult.

Rating: B-


Price: Rs.200 for 20 ml

Recommendation: Revlon Touch and Glow Moisturixing Makeup is a light coverage foundation that claims to moisturize and impart a dewy glow. I found that that after a while this foundation gets too shiny / oily for me and begins to melt which is wierd since i dont even have oily skin. Sure, its definitely very affordable so if you want to test out a light coverage everyday foundation you can do so.


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{ 7 comments… read them below or add one }

sakhi August 4, 2012 at 9:09 pm

I was thinking of purchasing this one…once again will have to start my search for a medium buget good foundation…


Harman August 5, 2012 at 12:27 am

Hey just a suggestion :) You could see the Lotus Herbals radiance foundation. Its good and pretty much affordable


Aparajita August 5, 2012 at 3:46 pm

Lotus herbal radiance foundation is definitely a good foundation in the medium budget range…but the only problem is that you might struggle with finding the perfect match for your skin tone as the shade selection is a bit limited


Jyoti August 4, 2012 at 9:45 pm

Ohh i had read only good reviews abt it till now. :P I always wanted to try this one day! Now i won’t. :) Thanks for the review.


Sweet&Bitter August 4, 2012 at 10:36 pm

thanks for the heads up…will stay far away from this now :D


thedelhibride August 4, 2012 at 11:49 pm

This is my second choice for foundation these days. I have combination, bordering on oily skin and this is how I use it – tone, moisturise. Then Clinique Solar Smart sunscreen for face. Then I take a bit of this foundation, rub it in my palms and apply all over the face (does spread easily, as mentioned in the post). By now, my face is looking like, in Mehak’s words, a shiny disco ball. I dab on some much-needed compact powder (Chambor Wet & Dry foundation – obviously, in it’s dry state).
This works pretty well for me. Don’t need too much coverage, and this does feel light on the face – yes, even after ALL those steps. This is how I manage to get a dewy finish. And no, it doesn’t mean that I don’t need my trusted blotting paper after a few hours. But then again, I need it anyway irrespective of what I use on my face.


shivani August 5, 2012 at 11:00 am

will stay away from it!


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