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REVIEW: Revlon Colorstay Whipped Creme Makeup Foundation

Revlon Colorstay Whipped Creme Makeup Foundation - Review

 

Review of Revlon Colorstay Whipped Creme Makeup Foundation



So today I’ll be reviewing my favourite drugstore foundation. Revlon Colorstay Whipped Crème Foundation has been there for a while. I’ve been wearing this daily since last 4 months. I have oily skin and having to find a good drugstore branded foundation has always been a difficult task for me. So when I bought it, I was a little apprehensive but it surprised me and surpassed all my expectations.
 

Revlon Colorstay Whipped Creme Makeup Foundation - Review



It comes in a thick glass tub kinda jar with black screw cap. The jar in itself is quite heavy. Inside there is a soft plastic cover provided to prevent spillage of the crème. Inspite of these the packaging gets messy. The texture of the foundation is of a thick crème, yet it’s not heavy on the skin. It gives a velvety finish. A little goes a long way.
The foundation gives a fairly good coverage, though it doesn’t conceal spots and pigmentations totally. I don’t need to apply too much powder after this as it makes my skin look too matte. Just a little powder on my T zone and I am done. It has an amazing wear time. I have worn this for good 12 hours and it was still there without much oxidisation. The foundation needs to blend quickly as it tends to set. Once the foundation sets I’ve never faced any problem of cakeyness. It looks like second skin.






I generally use this over my sunscreen or serum. But dry skinned women will need a moisturiser underneath. It contains spf but still photographs well.  I generally use my fingers to apply this. But it also gives a beautiful finish when applied with wet sponge.


I am using the lightest shade that is Natural Ochre which will suit every fair skinned women with warm undertones.

Price of Revlon Colorstay Whipped Creme Foundation

It costs INR 800/-

Oohhsss and Aahhss:
  1. Coverage
  2. Easily blendable
  3. Velvety finish which looks like natural skin
  4. Excellent wear time
  5. Decent coverage
  6. Never broke me out.

Ouches:
Heavy packaging and hence not travel friendly.

Repurchase:
Yes yes yes.

Recommendation:
It has all aspects of being a good daily wear foundation and moreover a this jar is bound to last you quite some months. It suits oily skinned women pretty well. Dry skinned beauties may want to give it a skip.

Ratings: 
9/10 for oily skin
          

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    1. Debamitra this foundation has a bit a spf due to which it might look ashy on close up pics and to add to it I had taken this pic right after my beach holiday resulting in a bad tan.

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