|Would buy this product again.||67%|
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Dry, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
pros: -long lasting -lightest shade works with skin tone -medium-full coverage -covers my moderate rosacea and acne -doesn't make me break out -not extremely pricey -not easily breakable -doesn't cling to dry areas cons: -no pump -container can be misleading on how much product is in bottle -lightest shade is on the pink side overall this foundation it great and dispute my lack of love for the packaging it is still my HG foundation and better then any other foundation from the drugstore . if you are hesitant to try it don't be you won't be disappointed ;) will repurchase when I run out and will continue to .
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
This is my favorite"foundation" foundation. I've been loving Physicians Formula's BB & CC creams a lot but decided to try a real foundation again. This one is the best I've found so far. I have light/medium olive skin. The type that has an apparent light green hue too. Foundations that are too punk, yellow, or orange make the green stand out. I do not think I am an alien nor an alien hybrid, well the aliens have not informed if such.... Yet.
This formula dries at a medium pace. I use Olay Sensitive SPF 15 under it. It allows enough time to spread then it sets well without being drying my skin out. The color fresh beige goes so well with my skin I can almost claim it to be a perfect match... For an alien in Earth that is.
It does make my fine lines a bit apparent, but the coverage is so wonderful I'll keep it!
It has great staying power, doesn't dry my skin out yet seems to help keep my t zone less oily.
My only three wishes would be that it came in a pump, down didn't emphasis my lines, and was came with a Jeremy Renner. Why? Because he is so sexy of course. He is sexy throughout the galaxy.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
I heard so many awesome things about this foundation, people said it would cover spots and blemishes perfectly and not look too cakey, so whats not to like?
The colour selection is very good and im in the lightest one, Ivory, which is a bit too pale for me compared to the bourjois healthy mix one.
However, it dries VERY quickly so you need to move fast when you are blending and it does leave brush marks so blend VERY CAREFULLY.
So I put this foundation on hoping it would do all these things for my skin and it just didnt do it. It looked so cakey on my face and made every little hair or bump on my skin noticable and as for covering my blemishes, it just made them worse. From far away my skin looked pretty good but face to face it looks so awful and i feel so self conscious when wearing it, especially at school! And for being in the dry formulation it just made my dry patches stand out especially on my nose it looks so bad i actually wanted to cry.
I am so disappointed because really wanted it to work for me. I dont know if im putting it on right or not because everyone on youtube seems to think this is a holy grail foundation.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Brown
I'm 50 yrs old and buy the normal/dry in the color sand beige, it stays on all day, u can see a little bit of my fine lines but not to bad, this is the best price at walmart, i use this for everyday wear and for going out i use estee lauders double wear in the color pebbles . i did notice the bottle top starts cracking and breaking towards the end of the makeup but other than that its well worth the price
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Other Eyes: Brown
This has got to be one of the best foundations out there. I've used this for years on and off.Recently I've been using EL double wear stay in place make up spf 10. EL is good but colorstay IS comparable and in some ways favourable.For example if it's extra sun protection you're after , Revlon wins hands down. It contains both titanium dioxide and zinc oxide in it's sunscreen,has a higher percetage of sunscreen ingredients and has spf 15.I don't rely on any foundation as a sunscreen alone , I use a separate sunscreen underneath, otherwise you'd need to cake on the make up to be protected. This has no chemical sunscreens in it which are often the cause of stinging eyes.Colorstay has excellent coverage, great staying power.It's semi matte I would say it's not that mask matte, I'm 57, I don't need that.I find it to be quite natura looking, even though it's full coverage, depends on the individual I suppose. I use the shade sand beige and it's excellent for my NW 15 combination skin..This is a top pick on beautypedia ,so it's not full of irritants.This must be removed thoroughly,it can be be hard to remove.But any make up has to be removed properly.I think a lot of "breakouts" is just bad skin care.This foundation has been around for years, but if you've not tried it yet, I'd say it's sure worth a shot.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Green
(Not Softflex, just the normal version)
I purchased this Colourstay foundation after hearing it was a good dupe for Estee Lauder Double wear......hmmmmm it is a good enough foundation.
I have it in Ivory which is a perfect shade for my pale skin however it is extremely drying. It has a tendency to cling to dry patches around my nose, cheeks & forehead and makes them even drier! I would advise to moisturize your skin very well before applying. Overall, it is not my favourite drugstore foundation but it is good if you're looking for heavier coverage.
*Fantastic colour match to my skin, absolutely no orange tinge whatsoever.
*Nice, sleek & sturdy packaging.
*Lasts all day without getting oily.
*If you have very oily skin, no need to worry as this is extremely matte.
*Great coverage, really hides my red areas, freckles & pores.
*Pricey for a drugstore foundation, I paid £12.49 for it.
*VERY drying on skin, despite the fact its meant to be for 'normal/dry' skin.
*Leaves a very chalky, matte finish which is great if you suffer from oily skin but it can look very un-natural & flat on normal skin.
*Can get cakey if applied with a heavy hand.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Medium, Warm Hair: Brown, Wavy Eyes: Black
Great coverage for decently-priced drugstore foundation! It layers easily and has good lasting power -almost 8 hours. My only complaints are that the glass-top packaging isn't easy to keep clean or sanitary, and the finish almost makes me look chalky (and I do moisturize well in the winter).
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
bought this foundation after hearing the hype and needing a new winter foundation after becoming too light for my others. found my perfect shade and this foundation has great coverage. also stays FOREVER with powder. i have problems getting it off if i also use a setting spray. lasts through workouts, concerts, raves, school, etc. only downside is it gives me a weird finish. almost makes my skin look drier. other than that, amazing foundation
Age: 25-29 Skin: Sensitive, Medium, Cool Hair: Black, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Brown
I really wanted to try a new foundation from the drugstore and decided to finally give this a go. I am assuming I picked up a newer version \ formula of this as mine claims to be 24 hours... Was it 16 before? Well anyway, I am in love with the product. I work 12 hour shifts and most foundations I've tried don't seem to last. I have dry skin but will get oily towards the end of the day and often will see patches of my natural skin peeking through the day. But not with this! This formula is thick, a little difficult getting out of the bottle but blends into the skin quite nicely. Although thick, I didn't feel the need to use concealer... This seemed to have FULL coverage & hide my blemishes very well. I have NC 30 skin right now and picked up the shade 240 medium beige. Looked pale when I had it on first thing in the morning but it oxidizes and matches pretty decent! Total love!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Brown
Best foundation for the money! Gives great coverage and lasts a long time.