Review: Revlon ColorStay Whipped Foundation

4 years ago

Hi everyone! It`s been a while since I`ve posted a review but that doesn`t mean I haven`t been trying out the products! This product isn`t exactly new but it`s become one of my favorite foundations since I purchased it several months ago. This is the Revlon ColorStay Whipped foundation which is the latest addition to the ColorStay family.

Price & Availability
- $11 to $15 depending on where you purchase
- Available wherever Revlon products are sold

Shade & Finish
- Sand Beige is one of the lighter shades in the range and it`s a warm/neutral shade. I`m about NC25 and this is a great match for me.
- Has a natural finish

- Large glass gar with a plastic cap. It takes up the majority of my palm.

- It smells slightly chemically/makeup-y but that doesn`t bother me as you can`t smell it while you`re wearing it

How to apply
- I like to use the Sigma F82 (the rounded kabuki) to stipple and buff this onto my skin

- Natural finish
- Good coverage
- A little goes a long way
- Very easy to use
- Doesn`t fade or get blotchy on me throughout the day
- Easy availability

- Smell
- Does not provide oil control
- Does not have any SPF
- Amount you get: 0.8 fl ounces versus the usual 1.0 fl ounce
- Color range does not cater to those who are very pale or very dark.

- Price: drugstore foundations as a whole are becoming very expensive
- Packaging: it`s very large, bulky and heavy. With it being glass, it could also break if you drop it.

After hearing all the good things about this foundation, I decided to pick one up for myself. It was a little difficult to pick a color because they ones in my color range seemed to be very similar to one another based on looking through the packaging and I think I ended up getting the same shade as my original ColorStay foundation. This has quickly become one of my favorite everyday foundations because it`s very easy to use. I just dip my brush directly into the jar and stipple and buff the product into my face. This is easier than my liquid foundations because I put those on a mixing palette before applying it on my face, so this foundation eliminates that step. I love the finish and the coverage and it lasts all day for me. I don`t know about the 24hour claim, but it lasts the 8 to 10 hours that I need it to. The only gripe I have is that there isn`t any oil control with the foundation. After a couple hours my nose becomes very shiny. This was the only foundation I brought with me to my boyfriend`s house and I used this exclusively for two weeks. It really makes applying foundation easy because I don`t have a makeup set up at my boyfriend`s house so I literally sat on a bed, with a mirror and unideal lighting and my foundation still looked pretty good. Now, while I did bring this to my boyfriend`s house, I wouldn`t recommend bringing this on any trip where your luggage might be thrown around. The packaging is very heavy and it`s made out of glass. Also, if the packaging is not completely right side up, the product inside will eventually settle to the new bottom of the container.

I really like this foundation for it`s finish and coverage. The packaging is bulky and heavy so that`s really the biggest con for me. If you`re extremely pale or extremely dark I`m not sure if you`ll be able to find a shade to fit you like you would from the original ColorStay line.

Thanks for reading! Have you tried this foundation? What do you think of it?

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