Foundation Friday: Revlon ColorStay Normal/Dry

Claims
–Natural finish
–Buildable to full coverage
–Oil free
–Up to 24 hour wear
–Contains hyaluronic acid to hydrate skin over time
–For every skin ton, type, and lifestyle

Price
–$13.99 at Ulta
–$7-9ish on Amazon
–$9.99 at Target
–$6sih at Wal Mart
–1.0 oz

Shade Range
–24 on revlon.com
–15 at Ulta
–My Shade: 110 Porcelain

Pros
–Affordable
–Easily accessible
–SPF 20
–Packaging, pump!
–Oil free
–Buildable coverage
–Easy to blend
–Full coverage
–Finish (natural not dewy)
–Didn’t cake or cling to dryness

Cons
–Not cruelty free
–More shades available in the Normal/Oily formula
–Shade range (110 is too dark for me, darkest shade isn’t very deep)

Final Thoughts
This is a cult classic product and one I was excited to try. I used to love the Normal/Oily variation when I had oily skin several years ago. The shade 110 is too dark for me, I had to use a white mixer. My only complaint is the shade range. I love everything else about it!

Primer: Urban Decay b6, CYO+Pretty Fresh, Revlon Pore Reducing
Powder: Coty Airspun
Tools: Sonia Kashuk Sponge

swatches

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Before & After
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No makeup :: Foundation only :: Full face
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AM & PM

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