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So I decided to make a review on this since it was very much hyped up by YT gurus back in like the summer.
I can`t decide if I like this product or not. I`m a big fan of the original Revlon Colorstay and have been using it for a few years now. When the whipped version was released, I was excited to try it, especially since it is SPF free and I have been looking for a foundation that photographs well for awhile now. The texture is really strange; it`s similar to pudding and not light and fluffy like you`d think. The colors are also a bit different. In the winter I use the original Revlon CS in Buff. This version is a bit lighter, but the next shade up is too dark. I definitely need to use bronzer with this.
The first time I applied this foundation I used my fingertips. It smoothed over my skin with ease but I just generally don`t like applying makeup that way because it`s far too time consuming to get it into every nook and cranny. The next few times I used a wet sponge but found I had to apply way too much to get the desired coverage. Finally, I started using my Sonia Kashuk flat top buffing brush to work it into the skin and that gave a the best coverage and finish for my preference. The finish is definitely more satin than the original, which I like. However, this formulation feels quite heavy on the skin to me and it doesn`t seem to ever set completely. It`s also not as long lasting and transfer resistant as the original, and the coverage is lighter (medium). It also weirdly feels a little more drying on my skin, maybe because of the BHA in it, but doesn`t control oil as well . This was a bit of a disappointment. I`ll probably stick the original Colorstay unless I`m in a hurry and just want to buff something onto my face quickly to go out for a few hours. I would repurchase it if it was cheaper (mine was like $12 )
Have any of you guys tried this? Did you like it?
*picture is mine please don`t steal