Sunday, 17 March 2019

Revlon ColorStay Foundation Review

Revlon ColorStay Foundation Review

If I looked through my draws of make up I don't think I would find a single Revlon product anywhere. It's a brand I never hear anything about, see anything about or hear anyone else raving about online, so I've never really tried it. When Revlon sent me their latest foundation I was intrigued, I love being able to use high street make up rather than higher end, so I can save money for other things instead. Don't get me wrong, I do treat myself every now and then, and nothing compares to Urban Decay's All Nighter Spray really, but it's good to find budget items.

Revlon ColorStay Foundation Review

What skin type and benefits does it have?
Revlon Colorstay Foundation is for combination and oily skin, which is mine in a nut shell. It also has an SPF of 15, which is good to have to keep your skin in good condition. Albeit you may need more in the summer months, but SPF 15 is pretty good for the North of England which barely see's sunlight anyway.

The foundation has quite good coverage even with one layer, but it's also really build-able if you like more of a flawless look. It doesn't go cakey the more layers you wear, I tend to wear 2 layers most days as I like more of a full coverage (I look tired asf 24/7).

I put this on at 6am most days and it's still intact after the gym at 7.30pm, so I feel like it's got a good base! It doesn't oxidise throughout the day, which a lot of high street foundations tend to do. It doesn't separate into my smile lines or pores, and looks the same all day. I do always apply setting powder to my foundation, so that will always help keep you foundation on longer, and I swear by RCMA powder from BeautyBay

Shade range?
There is in around 20 shades, which range from Ivory to Mahogany. Some shades have a pink undertone and some have a yellow undertone, I tend to go for a yellow undertone as that is what suits my skin. I went for Sand Beige, which is still a tiny bit too light for me but it's nothing bronzer can't fix.

The foundation isn't the cheapest of high street brands, as they tend to be around the £8 mark. But the Revlon ColorStay is only £12.99 and has barely went down and I've been using it mostly daily since January. I'm yet to try anything more from Revlon, but using this foundation has made me open to trying more of their range. 

Revlon ColorStay Review

Have you got anything from Revlon before and what did you think?

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