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Aftering watching several youtube videos on Revlons "Colorstay Whipped Creme" Foundation" I told myself i had to give it a try. I wore Maybellines dream matte mousse for years and love it, so i figuered this foundation seemed somewhat similar to that and thought it would be something that would work for me.
The foundation comes in thick glass jar thats pretty heavy with a black lid. The color i chose is 240 Natural Beige and matches my skin almost perfectly-actually i dont think i have ever found a foundation that matches my skin as well as this one once its blended in. The foundation really does feel whipped and is very lightweight, doesnt feel heavy on the skin. When applying this product i use my fingers because i feel as if it helps to melt the foundation into my skin and give it an airbrush look. I`ve tried it with my beauty blender and the and didnt like the results as much as i did with using just my fingers alone.
The foundation when first applied (for me) comes off as a dewy finish which im not a fan of as i have super oily skin and perfer foundations that are matte. After i applied my powder though it looked smooth and completley matte. I did notice that this foundation does streak a bit if you`re not careful and also it is EXTREMELY buildable. You can apply a light layer or go heavy.
The biggest reason why i love this foundation is because my skin seems to become less oily throughout the day. I work ten hour shifts and find myself using a blotting paper at least 3 times throughout my shift where with this foundation i only have to blot once...which makes me one happy camper.
The foundation stays on for hours without fadding, helps keep your skin matte, and has decent coverage.
Overall I love this product and would def recommend it especially if you have oily skin. It runs around $13-14 dollars which is a bit spendy for a drugstore product but for me it has worked better then the high end foundation ive used so its a winner in my book.
Have you tried this product? If so what are you thoughts on it?
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