Hello everyone. Ahh Monday is upon us again - and today I am moving back into my university house as I have an exam on Friday. I'm strapped for time today so I apologise for these photos being taken on my webcam but I didn't have much choice!
Today I want to big up Revlon ColorStay foundation. I decided to try this out after seeing numerous people comparing its quality to that of MAC's Studio Fix Fluid which is my favourite foundation!
Recently I've found SFF to be drying my skin out when I wear it too often, so after seeing Kelly's video on the Revlon foundation, I decided to pick one up. Kelly's video was very helpful because, like her, I am a shade NW20 at MAC.. so I figured if Revlon 220 Natural Beige matched Kelly, then it would match me too.. and I was right! It is a perfect match - it looks a better colour match than my MAC SFF does!The foundation has spf6 which is always good, I prefer it when foundations have sun coverage in them just in case I don't have time to apply a moisturiser with spf in it. It is also a heavy coverage just like MAC SFF, but it doesn't look cakey at all. I prefer heavy coverage because they cover my spot scars and dark circles, which means I don't need to use concealer.
Another reason I'm so keen to swtich to Revlon ColorStay from MAC Studio Fix Fluid is the price. At £11, the Revlon is £8 cheaper than MAC. On top of this, I used less of the Revlon foundation to cover my face than what I normally use of MAC - I think this is because Revlon felt more light and easy to blend therefore I could spread it around my face more equally.