Sunday, June 8, 2014

Foundation Journey : Revlon Colorstay Whipped in Nude 220

Hello pips!
Let's start the review! :)
The main reason why i purchase this is because i loved Revlon colorstay liquid in nude as well. So i purchased this one to explore just bit different kind of texture.
The only down for both Revlon's are they heavy as f@$k. Spatula and pump is an issue as well i think they'll be better if they will improve on those.
I love the coverage of both, and oil control.





Bare Images:







Different Ways of application I've tried :


Right applied by fingers : (mirrored)


Left cheek:


Right cheek:






Next : Left by foundation brush and the right  applied by hand




Left cheek:


Right cheek:


Top with Essence all about matt! fixing compact powder
Left cheek:


Top with Essence all about matt! fixing compact powder
Right cheek:





Next: This is my most favorite however, i forgot or accidentally deleted the picture of where it was applied alone (both foundations) so i only have the powder in top close up picture.




Top with Essence all about matt! fixing compact powder


Top with Essence all about matt! fixing compact powder
Left cheek:



Top with Essence all about matt! fixing compact powder
Right cheek:


Last method was both by foundation brush, for me it's the most hygienic application method, however i just do not like the result.




Top with Essence all about matt! fixing compact powder
Left cheek:






Top with Essence all about matt! fixing compact powder
Right cheek:





I'm still testing the whipped, but i must say that i still love the liquid more and hate them both for heavy and fragile containers.
I also prefer the sponges and also they all go well with the  Essence all about matt! fixing compact powder. :)





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