One of my biggest pet peeves for a long time has been the lack of pale foundations available in Superdrug and Boots. However to my surprise, I recently discovered the Revolution Conceal and Define foundation, which comes in an impressive 21 shades.
In my local Superdrug the palest shade which I picked up is F0.5, however there are a further 4 paler shades available either through Revolutions or Superdrug’s own websites.
In terms of a drugstore foundation, I could not be more impressed with the coverage, which made light work of my facial scars. Infact, I would go as far to say that this foundation is a perfect dupe of the Mac Studio Sculpt Foundation, which has long been a favourite of mine despite the fact the shades do not run anywhere near pale enough.
Unfortunately F0.5 proved far too pale for me, much paler than the initial swatch and so when testing this I did look a little ill! Especially in natual light. Though I appreciate Revolution have tried to include as many people as possible with their line. If I go a couple shades up, I think this foundation will be absolutely perfect.
At just £9, in all honesty this foundation is an absolute steal.