This foundation has some shimmer to it, but in a illuminating way rather than a glitter. It’s oil free and gives a really lovely build-able coverage. I really like the finish of this foundation and rate it much higher (it’s much less glittery) than the Rimmel Wake Me Up. They also have a pretty extensive colour range, which can be a problem on the high street sometimes. Highly recommend!
Not a fan of this at all. I’ve used quite a few BB creams now, with my favorites being Dior’s NudeSkin and 17’s BB Cream. First up, the colour of light medium is quite orange which doesn’t look good on me at all. Considering there are only 3 colour options, it limited my choice and I knew the light was far too fair. Also, the finish of this product was really disappointing. It doesn’t blend well and the shimmer is almost pearlescent on top of the skin, so not on the re-purchase list for me.
In the past months I have used Rimmel Wake Me Up Concealer and Collection 2000 Concealer, which are good, but I find that Rimmel’s isn’t that high coverage and Collection’s is a little drying. I am so pleased I picked up this Revlon ColorStay Concealer, as it seems to be a bit of an in-between of the two! It works well under the eyes and also on blemishes, lasts for ages and blends well.
I will definitely be checking out their range the next time I am in Boots. I already have my eyes on the Colorstay Foundation, which I have heard is very good. Will you be reaching for Revlon this month?