Tuesday, 1 August 2017

Revlon Colorstay Review

Revlon Colorstay Review

revlon sand beige 180

This foundation is a cult cosmetics for many years ,has a lot of fans and opponents.Previously, his big fault was the lack of a pump but after many years the manufacturer repaired this mistake and added for us  what's improves the comfort of its use. What is my opinion on it?


From Producer 

Specially formulated for combination or oily skin, this oil-free formula helps control shine for a perfect velvet-matte finish.
A buildable formula that blends seamlessly onto skin for a perfectly even, yet truly natural complexion all day long.
Medium to full coverage in 13 true-to-skin shades.
SPF 6 protection.


My Opinion

My skin is: Combination, Irritate,  Spider veins, Dry cheeks, Oily T zone

Improved packaging
Wide range of colors
The skin doesn't shine all day, matte finish
Stays in place all day with no primer
Good medium coverage




It emphasizes dry skin
Can clog the pores and they are more visible
Creates a ,,mask effect''
Visible on the face
Looks cakey 
Hard to blend with a brush, creates smudges
Can cause irritation and itchy skin

Summary : 2,5 / 6

I have with this foundation love - hate relation because immediately after applying it looks beautiful but the longer they stay on my face, the more I hate him. Visible dry skins and looked really flakey by the end of the day. What's the worst it aggravates and irritates me condition of skin also imperfections appear. It definitely is not for me, I do not like his heavy formula or how it looks on the skin after a few hours.


revlon sand beige 180