Friday, 21 May 2010

Revlon Colorstay Foundation

I really really LOVE this foundation lately!

I've been using it for quite a few months now and i thought it was about time i blogged about it.

First of all they have 2 options, one for Combination/Oily skin and one for Normal/Dry Skin. I have Combination/Oily Skin so i go for that one.

The foundation comes in a variety of shades, which is really good.

I have Sand Beige (too light for me) and Rich Tan (too dark for me) so i've been mixing them, which has achieved a lovely colour which matches my skintone. (If your wondering why i have 2 wrong colours, i bought Sand beige because it looked like it matched my skintone in the shop until i got home, used it and realised it was too light for me, silly store lighting! and i was given rich tan)

Anyway.. this foundation achieves full coverage, which is what i like to have because i have blemishes/scars etc which i like to hide.

It lasts hours and hours, so no need to worry about having to top up!

I bought it from Superdrug and it cost £11.99 (30ml bottle)

Worth the money in my opinion!

I also use the Revlon Colorstay Pressed Powder in Medium (which i put over my foundation sometimes)

Superdrug currently have an offer on Revlon 3 for 2 on all products. (So i suggest stocking up while the offer is on!)

So i bought Revlon Colorstay- True Beige (Combo/oily)
Revlon Photoready in Cool Beige
and i bought my mum Revlon Photoready in Natural Beige.

I've not tried Revlon Photoready just yet, so i'll be posting a review on that very soon, so keep your eyes pealed.

Do you/have you used either Revlon Colorstay or Photoready?
Love or hate?
Let me know!



Binia said...

Oooh I have such a loe/hate relationship with colourstay!
I have heavily acne prone skin, and this clogs my pores dreadfully!
If I've got acne I know this will covere this flawlessly, but I also know when I wake up the next day, I'll have another new blemish!

Photoready is quite nice acutally, flawless coverge without looking cakey. I did find, however, that the lasting power is maybe 6-8 hours and it is VERY edward cullen like in the sunshine!