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Revlon ColorStay Makeup Review

My sister is visiting for a few weeks and brought with her everything from her dorm. Though she doesn't often wear makeup, I noticed she's been using Revlon ColorStay foundation and decided to try it. I've been struggling with the right tone for my skin lately with everything looking too beige or too dark. Some foundations look like I slathered paste on my face or rub off all over the place.

The Revlon ColorStay foundation I used was "ivory" and meant for normal/dry skin and it looked exactly how I wanted it too. My skin looked smooth, fresh, and younger. I'm thrilled! When I tested it out, it was around 10pm and I wore it to bed.


The photo below is from this afternoon, before washing it off, so about 18 hours after applying it. Amazingly, it looks just like how I applied it last night. It truly is "colorstay."


One thing I really like is that I didn't use a primer or concealer or moisturizer before applying it. What you see is just foundation, blush, lipstick, and mascara (clearly I need to touch up the lipstick). That's it. How's that for an easy way to get ready in the morning?!

I'm headed to the store later today to get myself some of this foundation. It's that awesome.


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