Revlon Colorstay Foundation Review +Before/After Pics(Last Updated On: February 4, 2014)
Disclosure: The Revlon Colorstay Foundation used in this review was purchased with my own money.
Revlon says: “Longwearing coverage with a lightweight formula that won’t cake, fade, or rub off. With Time Release Technology specifically formulated for combination or oily skin to control oil absorption and shine.
Baking Beauty says: Revlon Colorstay for Oily/Combination Skin in Buff is full coverage, easy to blend, and lasts all day. It holds holy grail status!
Revlon Colorstay Foundation Review
I would consider Revlon Colorstay a full coverage foundation. It virtually eliminates the need for concealer for me. It easily covers my hyperpigmentation and redness. I still need some concealer under my eyes and possibly on a really red new blemish. Other than that this will cover most anything!
The foundation itself is liquidy almost to the point of being runny. However, it glides on and blends easily. I also found it didn’t settle into pores/scars/fine lines.
Ease of use:5/5
Unlike most foundations, this one never fades or gets patchy on me. You don’t even need to set it with powder (I only use powder on my forehead and nose!).
It also does a great job of keeping my t zone matte. Most foundations make me oily in 3-4 hours. This one kept me matte for 7-8 hours.
I really wish this had a pump. Because it is so runny, it’s easy to get too much product out.
full coverage that lasts all day in the drugstore? I LOVE this foundation more than most others both high end and low end!