|Would buy this product again.||70%|
This product has been discontinued
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Blond, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Blue
I purchased this product for prom last month. I like the coverage it gives and it doesn't give me that feeling that I'm wearing foundation. It goes on smoothly and doesn't feel or look cakey as some drugstore foundations do. My only complaint is the packaging. It's hard to get the product out without spilling it all over. If it had a pump it would be so much easier to use.
Overall I really like the coverage this foundation gives and I will probably be purchasing it again.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight Eyes: Green
I happen to think this is a good quality DS foundation. It gives a matte finish, lasts on my skin all day/night long without primer or powder to set, doesn't fade or melt off even in warm weather, gives medium coverage or you can sheer it out by mixing with moisturizer, isn't too expensive. Downsides are that the matte finish can make your face look quite flat unless you add some highlight or something ontop, it can be drying if you don't moisturize well before or have dry skin, it smells like alcohol, it can look cakey if you apply too much, packaging is awful, colour selection doesn't cater to yellow tones, breaks me out if worn more than twice a week. This is a must-have if I'm going to be out for over 9 hours during the day as it just stays in place and controls oil like nothing else. Not an every-day type of foundation for me but good for nights out.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Olive, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
I don't what is wrong with you people for wanting to buy this product again! What kind of a dumbass makes a product with the most difficult application? Also, I can't find my shade in this foundation (I'm a NC 35-37). Warm Golden is too light for me while Golden Beige is a little better but still lighter. This stuff is also a pain to take off your face. It says Colorstay and it really means because it stays on all my brushes even after 20 minutes of vigourous rubbing. It's hard to get it off your fingers too, so don't use your fingers to apply it. Use a sponge and you will be happier! Also, what kind of a dumbass doesn't put a damn pump on a "Colorstay (stays on clothes, fingers, brushes, etc.)" foundation? I should do a "What kind of a dumbass..." segment on here. That was kind of fun. Lol :P But I seriously want to find the person that made this product and burn them alive.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Blond, Curly, Coarse Eyes: Hazel
I've been using this daily for over a week now and I just love it!
It gives great coverage but isn't suffocating, and looks fresh all day. Definite repurchase.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I bought this product on recommendation since I have oily skin and I prefer liquid foundation. Usually anything new I use on my skin there is a little period of a week or so where it freaks out and gets new pimples and then goes back to being normal, not at all with this product. No breakouts and I actually feel like it helped.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
LOVE this foundation. Definitely the best drug store foundation I've ever used, and is just as good as many department store foundations. My skin always looks dewy and fresh, but still gives amazing coverage. I have very dry skin naturally and many foundations cake and flake...but this does not. I 100% recommend this for people with dry skin, just remember to moisturize before. And use a good primer. I recommend non-silicone based. Something creamy.
I apply with my fingers, which I find its best. You have more control (since it dries quickly) and of course your fingers warm the product. Also, its much easier to blend with your fingers, because brushes and sponges don't hold the product as well, so it tends to just glob up on your face.
I've tried many foundations. Plus, I'm sort of a sob when it comes to makeup, sticking mostly to department stores. But no matter what else I try, I always come back to this. And I ALWAYS get amazing complements on my skin when I wear this!
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Very Oily, Dark Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
Great coverage, lasts all day.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brown, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
I can understand why people are giving bad reviews on this product and I can agree that the application is actually really really hard. I've been using this product now for 2 months and have still be fidling with the application. I've tried a foundation brush, fingers and stipling brush and find that none for me will give me a really even flawless application. But what I have realized is that a little bit of finishing powder will provide the flawless finish you're looking for because it evens the whole thing out and gets rid of streaks. The foundation itself provides great coverage, (I don't have to use concealer) If I wanted a more natural look I just mix it with a bit of moisterizer and apply it like a tinted moisterizer and it works great. The only con is that right now I am between colors and am really suprised that the next shade down from 150 buff is 180 sand beige which is really really dark for me
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Medium, Cool Hair: Brown, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
Is there more than one type of revlon colorstay?!?
Well I live in Hong Kong, and they sell revlon colourstay in HK drugstores... but the packaging seems different to the US/UK versions?
*first of all mine comes with a pump with a lid on top
packaging - has a pump
lack of colour range- They only had 4 colours- and the darkest one was too light for me
-,-. and honestly i'm a NC37 in mac
-According to makeupalley, youtube and anyother beauty related things.. theres a seperate formula for both oily and dry skin... one in HK doesnt and neither does it say on the bottle
Foundation is SO CAKEY- I've used a good moisturizer and it STILL applies cakeuy
Smell - REALLY strong smell of paint
Well thats a waste of my HKD110.. But I think the formula of this revlon colorstay is different to the ones in the US :(
Would I buy the product again?
NO. But I'd really like to try the original revlon colorstay
** and I really doubt the foundation was "fake" or anything cause it was selling everywhere in legal HK drugstores in the REVLON section
Age: 30-35 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
love it. I bought a Normal/Dry in 250 fresh beige which matches my NC25-30 skin beautifully. This shade is yellow tone so it won't give me an orange look.Be aware some shade in this series tend to be more orange base. It went on smooth, super easy to blend with fingers, which not too many foundation can do so well on my super dry skin. The coverage was medium to me. I still need concealer to cover the red acne spot. It turned into velvet texture on face after applying so I don't need to use lot of powder that may make my skin look too dry. Nice drugstore foundation.
p.s I had Normal/Oil in 300 golden beige which I wasn't like too much because it looks dry on my face. And #300 in Normal/Oil seems slightly lighter than the shade #250 Dry/Normal