|Would buy this product again.||71%|
This product has been discontinued
Age: 30-35 Skin: Oily Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
I had to write a review for this product. I have never had a foundation look this good. I have used everything from Chanel, Giorgio Armani, stila, BB, MAC, EL and LM. My other favorite is Chanel and I typically do not use drugstore foundations but I do try new ones every now and then. This is amazing. I do used a Philosophy present spf tint beforehand but it does not settle into my pores...and I have pores. Try it. Also it seems to go on a bit lighter than what it looks like in the packaging.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Straight Eyes: Black
I can't believe how wonderful this foundation is! I've been using Maybelline's Dream Matte Mousse because the shade "medium 0" is a good match for me. It's hard to find foundation shades that work with my skin. But since it's winter, I don't want to use a matte foundation. When I saw Age Defying Spa at Rite Aid, I was in a hurry and quickly grabbed "light/medium", hoping that it would be the perfect color. After getting home, I felt a little skeptical about the color match because I realized that my Revlon Beyond Natural Makeup is also "light/medium" and I never use it because something about the tone is off (I'm warm with golden/yellow undertones). Holding this tube directly to my face, the tone looks right but the shade is a little darker than my skin. I uncapped it, twisted the top with the brush to the ON position, and squeezed. The foundation slowly came out from the middle of the bristles (which were stiffer than I had expected) and I dabbed it onto my cheeks, nose, forehead, chin and blended with my fingers. The results had me running to the mirror for the rest of the day to admire my skin. My skin looked much better than it had with Maybelline's makeup! This is more expensive, but it's worth it. I've never had a drugstore foundation blend so well WITH my skin (yes, that is different from just blending). This product gave me a slight glow and natural coverage with a lightweight, moisturized feel. The tube is great for tossing into my bag when I'm in a hurry in the mornings. A small complaint is that while I can access all the product in the Dream Matte Mousse jar, I know I won't be able to squeeze everything out of Age Defying Spa. And when I tried applying the foundation directly with the brush, it felt awkward and made streaks. I suggest using fingers, a sponge, or a more high quality foundation brush. EDIT: I finally decided to get a lighter color and bought "Light". It matches my skin better now that it is wintertime and I'm paler. This stuff is so expensive ($14.99), but I was desperate enough to buy it without a sale! EDIT 2: After two weeks I'm starting to notice a weird smell coming from this foundation! I don't know if it's because the foundation's formula changed slightly once it was opened and exposed to air, or if it's because of the foundation's interaction with the brush's bristles. I'm annoyed since it has such a pleasant scent to begin with.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
Being a faithful mineral makeup user for the last four years, I wanted to get back into liquid foundations again and thought I'd try this. So far, I am super impressed. The consistency is more a hybrid of a cream and liquid base. The stuff comes right onto the brush instantly upon squeezing the tube in the "on" position. I got mine in light and it seems perfect for my skin tone. The formula is light like I love and it goes on smoothly and settles in perfectly. This really makes my skin come alive, even in sparing amounts and I am pleasantly surprised. Only small complaint is the brush applicator which seems cumbersome and unnecessary to me. The brush sometimes makes it messy and you have to touch the foundation itself to blend; the brush alone is on an applicator, not for blending. The stuff sits on your face until you blend with fingers. Other than that small beef, this seems to be an excellent and very natural looking light-to light med. foundation. Great stuff!
Age: 44-55 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
I love this! It is more like a tinted moisturizer than a foundation. However, that is what I was looking for. It gives very nice sheer radiant coverage. If you are looking for something with more coverage, you won't like this, but if you want something very sheer, this is perfect. The light shade was a perfect match. It doesn't cake up, doesn't settle into lines or look powdery or masklike. It looks so natural, like your skin only better. Very happy with this!
Age: Unknown Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
It seems cakey and thick. I am a huge fan of Elle McPherson, and I think that this foundation may have some antiagers in it. . .but this is unblendable, sets into pores, making them prominent. The brush is useless. Not a big fan of this foundation, huge fan of Elle always.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
ABSOLUTELY LOVE THIS STUFF! I was skeptical at first about the brush being attached but it blends perfectly for me and the coverage and texture is comparable to high end foundations. VERY happy with this product and the shade I got (Light) is perfect for my skin tone!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Dry, Medium, Warm Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Brown
I just started using this and I'm on the fence in regards to giving it 3 lippies or 4. I chose 4, not because of the foundation itself but because of the brush applicator. The brush - so far anyway, seems good. But it is a pet peeve of mine that in all of these "built-in-brushes" the product is released through one concentrated stream, making it difficult to apply evenly. I would think there must be a better way (like, maybe a few evenly dispersed perforations instead of one center hole) or, at the very least, the package could provide some kind of "mushing around" platform in the cap - I don't know. Anyway, I wasn't expecting much and in nyc there are no testers in the drugstores so it's on a wing and a prayer that I choose a shade. The shade I chose turned out to be too dark yet it still blended beautifully and the result is a lovely even warmth with light to moderate coverage. I swirl the brush a bit on my hand to get it evenly saturated. Generally speaking, this stuff is quite lovely. I'm not sure I would repurchase with all the other choices out there, but I it's great for travel/gym bag/purse.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Oily Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
I just bought this foundation yesterday. I couldn't resist after seeing the ad with Elle McPherson....she was GLOWING! Who doesn't want to look like THAT? I know, I know....I live in a fantasy world where I think a new foundation could actually change the way I look. Well anyway, I plunked down 13.99 plus tax at CVS. I used it for the first time yesterday and I have to say I like it. It does seem to give a glow-like finish which I'm not hating these days (I'm 45). I tend to be on the oily side and this doesn't feel oil-free, nor does it claim to be. However, I usually would have an immediate reaction if it contained clogging ingredients....so far, nothing. It covers and blends very well. I chose the Fair/Light shade and it seems just right for my Fair/Medium reddish, Irish skin. My foundations usually come from a department store. I like Bobbi Brown, Trish McAvoy, Laura Mercier....but I think this is a keeper!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
i only went and got this because my estee lauder ran out and i wanted to try something new. since i'm always up to trying new things i decided to check this out, i was very pleasently surprised to see that the color i got actually matched my skintone. it looks very natural, but if you wear moistirizer you might want to use a lil bit of powder over it, overall i really liked this and i might buy it again.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
This wasn't out with the other Revlon Foundations yet it's pretty new. Found this on an end cap display at Wal-Mart. I got the shade 001 - Fair/Clair. It didn't match my neck. The color has a tad too much orange for my skin. For reference Revlon Colorstay which I also recently bought has a better color range. Ivory matches me better than any other liquid foundation I've tried. I am very pale right now.
First thing I noticed when applying this was the fragrance. It has a strong fragrance that lingers and I do not care for the scent. I got this color all over my sweater sleeves because I kept scratching around my nose. It's very transferable. I did like the consistency, very smooth and blendable. It is moisurizing without being greasey or too oily. It gave my skin a nice dewy finish which I liked and I suppose this is the part that acts as "age-defying". The coverage is medium and buildable. Alot of bristles from the brush came out with the first few uses. I like the way this dispenses through the brush. I like it a lot more than the wide open bottle neck that colorstay has (I am paranoid I will drop it or knock it over when it's open) I mainly used the brush it came with but also used my own around the eye area and then buffed with a kabuki that had a little transulcent powder residue left on it. I think this was 9.97 for 1 ounce. So this was around 11 dollars tax and all. It's nice I don't hate it and I usually do hate new foundations that I try. Oh and my skin doesn't seem to be having a reaction from it and I am terribly sensitive. I don't feel any irritation or new break outs coming on after using it. This has a SPF 18.
Titanium Dioxide 5.8%, Zinc Oxide 3.0.
Water, cyclopentasiloxane, dimethicone, cyclohexasiloxane, propylene glycol, polyglyceryl-4, isosteate, cetyl peg/peg-10/1 dimethicone. magnesium sulfate, acetyl hexapeptide-8, hematite extract, malachite extract, azurite extract, nephrite extract, grapefruit extract, lemon peel extract,acai fruit extract and a bunch of other ingredients but I'm getting tired of typing. You can ask me if you want to know if acertain ingredient is in it though.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
Great lightweight foundation with a built in brush. I think I would wear this more in the winter though. Very natural looking and probably good for people just starting to wear foundation. Great colors as well.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I normally read over the reviews on any product before I waste my money trying it out. However, I saw this foundation at Walmart while looking for tinted moisturizers and couldn't resist. I've only been using it for a couple of days now, but I think I'm absolutely in love. I've used every kind of foundation imaginable...from Dior Airflash to SFF by MAC...to MUFE Face and Body. All are good, but none are exactly what I wanted. My skin is very strange...it is combination, with very dry patches...however, with foundation, it can look very oily. This particular foundation by Revlon just makes my skin look...natural! It even out my complexion without forming a mask...it's sheer, but provides just enough coverage. The brush on the end (although I don't actually use it to blend out the foundation) provides for an easier, more user-friendly method of dotting my foundation on...I can then take my MAC 187 brush and blend.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm Hair: Red, Straight, Medium Eyes: Blue
OK, I was drawn into buying this from the "age defying" on the front. This is not the worst foundation, but it is pretty mediocre. This is one of the new breed of foundations coming out with the brush attached. This comes in a tube and the brush can be turned to "on and off" positions to let the foundation come into the brush or to shut it off from coming into the brush. When you flip it 'on' you squeeze the tube gently and the foundation comes up into the brush and you then apply it to your face. Well the brush really didn't do that great of a job and I wound up using my fingers to smooth it out. Also, I picked the Fair/Light shade and it was a little "ghostly looking" on me and I usually fall within the first 3 shades of most foundations. This is a sheer coverage and really didn't "do" anything for me. There also seems to be a bit of a "glow" factor to this and I am not a fan of "glow" in my foundations. All in all I am disappointed with the product. It cost me $9.97 USD in Wal-Mart for 1.0 oz of product that is probably going to be swapped. I need to learn to stick to my HG CG Radiance and no go playing around.