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Hey guys! Just another foundation review on the Revlon Colourstay oily/combination skin. I was attracted to this foundation more because it was for my skin type so I thought to myself "It must have perfect lasting power" & "It must not get oily throughout the day".. Was I right? Keep reading...

You can also get this foundation for dry or normal skin. You can buy that HERE

Application: I think this product applies really well to be honest. It has a pump that you press down and foundation comes out which I find easier than having to tip the foundation out like some products do.. In this photo I used about a pump and a half for the daytime coverage that I like..

(My skin has been acting up a bit so the coverage usually looks a lot better that this)

Coverage: I think this foundation has a lovely coverage whether I want a natural look or a full coverage glam look, this foundation can do both! If I want this foundation to be more full coverage I use 2 pumps and apply the second layer with a damp beauty blender so it doesn't look too cakey.

Colour: I use the shade 240 Medium Beige which I would say by the looks of the photo can be the slightest bit dark however I tried the shade above this and it was too pink toned and I know it would  make the redness on my skin stand out so.. that's a no from me.

Lasting Finish: I've wore this foundation over my acne prone skin when it was really bad for a 11 hour shift and I have to say it lasted really well. I obviously added a little concealer to the spots and some setting powder but the foundation held up really well. I didn't notice it setting into my frown or smile lines.

All & all I am pretty over the mood with this foundation and defiantly think its worth the money to be honest.
I like to have a really good coverage foundation because my skin is scarred, has redness and spots from my acne and this is now my favourite at the moment!


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