10/22/2012

J Non-Review: Revlon ColourStay Foundation

The Revlon ColourStay that's above doesn't actually exist anymore. Sad face. So there's not really any point in reviewing it {the only reason I'm even putting this up is so I'm not leaving a blank with my foundation series}. ColourStay has been relaunched as: ColourStay Makeup with SoftFlex for Combination/Oily Skin and for Normal/Dry Skin

Since I haven't tried out the new ColourStay I can't review it and since nobody has access to the old ColourStay {or will for much longer} there's really no point in reviewing this one either. However, I will highlight my favourite parts of this foundation because I doubt that Revlon would change the formula too much and, perhaps, they're exactly the same.

Here's what I love:

*Good coverage and lasts for ages
*Nice matte finish so it's perfect for layering with shimmer products or other foundations that are glowy
*Perfect foundation to wear on bad skin days
*Perfect foundation to wear to an event/long day

Here's what I don't:

*Can get cakey
*A true flawless finish is only possible {for me} with a MAC 187 {or similar} brush. Doesn't work well with a blending sponge or fingers

You can buy the new ColourStay wherever Revlon is stocked.

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