Revlon Photoready Airbrush Foundation

12:25 PM

The jury is still out on this foundation, but as of right now, I am not 100% sold. And it is really more for personal reasons than it being a bad product. It does not have the coverage that I am looking for and it makes dry areas(such as healing eczema flare ups) stand out more than other foundations I use. This foundation has sheer to medium coverage. It has a mousse like consistency and is full of air bubbles when you dispense it. When you apply it to your face, it has a thin, runny consistency that can be a little challenging to blend. It doesn't look bad once blended out, but it is nothing special and quite simply, not my cup of tea. Also, it did not seem to stay on well the first day I used it; even with a primer and setting powder. Revlon's ColorStay Foundation is much better. The foundation doesn't specify which skin type it is best for, but I think it would best for those with olily skin and no dry patches. I do have oily skin, but it can also get very dry in some spots. And as for the airbrush effect, I did not get that result but it does feel really smooth and the shade is perfect.


                         The air bubbles make it seem like you dispensed a lot more foundation than you        actually did.

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  1. Wow! I am so suprised at how the foundation comes out. That is strange that it is all bubbly! Thanks for doing this review. I am also curious about the coverage, as I find Revlon Colorstay a bit heavy for me so I currently use Loreal TruMatch. I have oily skin so I might try it! Thanks!

  2. I was pretty shocked, too. Lol. I found the coverage to be more sheer than ColorStay, so this might be a good option for you =)


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