Revlon • Colorstay Pressed Powder with SoftFlex • Pressed Powders
|Would buy this product again.||70%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Hazel
I'd been using MAC studio fix powder for quite a while and was getting super low so decided to give it a go as the liquid colorstay lasts hours, and there was a deal at priceline. I have a very oily nose a tend to get shiny on the rest of my t zone after a few hours. Apart from my nose, my face looked flawless at least 14 hours after putting this on, and only a little shiny on my nose. and that's after a full work day in autumn (30℃) good enough to touch up and go out again if I needed. Super fine powder. It stays matte and doesn't disappear into greasy foundation that slides. And it doesn't get darker which is awesome since I'm basically white, matches perfectly, unlike Mac which would get pretty orange, even with their new light shades. Packaging is not a big deal, you dont wear the package, I'm just interested in the product. I don't use the pad thing it came with, it's too small and doesn't move much. I use a nyx foam puff, makes powders flawless. This is like $15 cheaper than Mac, not as much product but way better. I don't expect anything to last 10 hours on my nose but this did a very good job. Use the liquid first then pat this around eyes and nose and chin and dust it with a big brush over the rest of my face.
Previously I hated colorstay liquid but I had used the dry skin version (I used to have dry skin) but it was just terrible. The oily skin version and powder together are awesome. Have a good scrub getting it off though !
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I came across this powder after searching for a new one to get away from my old powder that caked up and made me look orange. All I wanted was a powder that gave me a nice matte finish and kept my face from looking like and oil slick at the end of the day. I've been using this product for quite a few months now and I'll admit I do really like it and have recently just repurchased. It comes with a small mirror and little round applicator. The powder applies nice and smoothly and instantly makes my face matte. As for the people saying that after application their face looks caked and chalky, I agree that you do look a bit chalky after application (if you're using the applicator), but all I do to fix it is take my hands and lightly blend the powder out and voila! After multiple uses it doesn't look chalky on me any more. This powder doesn't cost too much (depending on where you purchase) and it lasts me my school day (6-7 hours) and I only have to touch up at least once. Overall I do like this powder and will continue to use until I find a better one soon.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Cool Hair: Brunette, Curly, Coarse Eyes: Brown
This powder matches my skin tone great, I got it in light/pale. You can tell a difference as soon as you put it on your skin, it looks smooth, matte, and light. The only thing I hate about this product is the price, packaging (I have the one with the half mirror so it's pretty useless because it's so small) and the make up sponge is just weird. Other then that I have oily skin and this last maybe 5-6 hours without touch up which is great. Defiently would repurchase, great drugstore powder!
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Red Eyes: Green
A typical good drugstore powder.
Soft with matte finish.doesnt get cakey,pretty good wear lasting
[i would say around 6 hours on my troubled skin.]
For me,this is not the "it" powder.
Their lightest color doesn't match my pale complexion 100%.
It looks a little orange-ish on me,but still they have pretty good color variety compared to other drugstore products.
i would recommend this to people that have no problem matching their skin color to drugstore make up average colors.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I adore the colorstay foundation, so when I went out to buy a powder to control my oily skin and set my foundation, I thought it'd be a good idea to stick with the same brand. It was very unimpressive. I bought it in a shade that was a little too light--it was the only one available. That isn't what really bothers me, though. It looks chalky and it doesn't really control oil for long. There are probably much better drug store powders. I wouldn't buy this again; for a drugstore powder, it wasn't cheap either.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
I bought the translucent one and use it as a setting powder for when I feel like staying matte under my bb creams and sometimes my revlon colorstay foundation. It works pretty well at keeping me shine free, but then again I'm not so much of an oily person. This is an okay/good powder for me, nothing really amazing about it, but it's not bad either. With that being said though, it's not really worth the $10+?or so, but I got it at Walgreens with a revlon bogo half sale so it was only $5 for me, which was worth it.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
My go to powder! A BB cream and this works perfectly on a day to day basis for my oily and blemish-y skin! Glides on so nicely and adds just a touch more coverage! light-medium is a little to light for me (quite surprising). Just hit pan and I would definitely buy again though the $35 (australian) price tag is a big turn off! :( Even more annoying is that for the price you pay you get crappy packaging- my window thing broke :((
Still product still works and it is great!!!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Warm Hair: Blond, Curly, Fine Eyes: Green
Yuck! I bought this because I used the Colorstay Liquid in Normal/Dry and thought it would be good to use a setting powder from the same range. This stuff was awful! Probably the worst powder I have tried. I found it chalky and cakey, and the lightest colour available oxidised terribly on my skin after applying Colorstay in Buff. I tried this 3 times with varying amounts and different density face brushes and just couldn't get this stuff to look good on my skin. Even the packaging is crappy - why even bother putting that tiny mirror in the lid, you can't see your whole face in it which is pointless unless you are going to be spot applying this. Perhaps it may work better for those with oily skin, but I can't be sure. I threw it away and will not repurchase!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Oily, Olive Hair: Black, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
I am an NC42, and I chose medium-deep which was the darkest color on the display. So far I'm impressed. The color match is just about perfect, and it provides the matte finish I require. Doesn't have a scent, and it's reasonably priced. I got this at CVS for $2 after the Revlon coupon and the ECB reward.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Medium Brown Hair: Brown Eyes: Black
The color and matte coverage of this was great. It goes well with the colorstay liquid foundation... BUT, it made me oilier than normal on bare skin and over foundation. I had to reapply throughout the day. I don't like the look and feel of having an oily face so I will not repurchase.