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Revlon ColorStay Makeup for Combination/Oily Skin SPF 15, Longwear Liquid Foundation, Matte Finish, Oil Free, 150 Buff, 1.0 oz

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<p>This oil-free liquid foundation for combination/oily skin delivers a flawless matte finish that you can wear for up to 24 hours. The formula is fortified with SPF 15. It's designed to help protect your skin from UV rays. When using this foundation makeup for oily skin, see pores and shiny skin disappear. Revlon gives you plenty of options for shade matching to skin tones. The fact that you can wear it for long periods, along with the easy application, makes it the ideal long-wearing foundation for combination skin.</p>

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This oil-free liquid foundation for combination/oily skin delivers a flawless matte finish that you can wear for up to 24 hours. The formula is fortified with SPF 15. It's designed to help protect your skin from UV rays. When using this foundation makeup for oily skin, see pores and shiny skin disappear. Revlon gives you plenty of options for shade matching to skin tones. The fact that you can wear it for long periods, along with the easy application, makes it the ideal long-wearing foundation for combination skin.

Revlon ColorStay Makeup for Combination/Oily Skin SPF 15, Longwear Liquid Foundation, Matte Finish, Oil Free, 150 Buff, 1.0 oz:

  • The luxurious, creamy texture feels like pure silk when applied to skin and easily blends for seamless application
  • The ultra-lightweight, breathable formula for undetectable coverage
  • Natural finish eliminates shine for an even complexion and blurred effect
  • Micronized pigments deliver pure color and improved adherence
  • Fragrance-free
  • Available in 4 shades
  • This item was formulated without Sulfates, Parabens, or Phthalates

Indications:

Skin Care Concern: Blemishes Sun Protection Uneven Skin Tone

Ingredients:

Inactive Ingredients: Alumina Trisiloxane 77499) Sorbitan Sesquioleate Tocopheryl Acetate Methylparaben Boron Nitride Propylparaben May Contain: Mica (Ci 77019) Tetrasodium Edta Lactobacillus/Eriodictyon Californicum Ferment Extract Cetyl Peg/Ppg-10/1 Dimethicone Sd Alcohol 40-B Butylene Glycol Titanium Dioxide (Ci 77891) Bisabolol Isododecane Serica ((Silk Powder) Poudre De Soie) Methicone Peg/Ppg-18/18 Dimethicone Ethylene Brassylate Sodium Chloride Trimethylsiloxysilicate 77492 Cyclomethicone Tribehenin Iron Oxides (Ci 77491 Lilium Candidum (Lily) Bulb Extract Retinyl Palmitate Malva Silvestris (Mallow) Extract Aqua ((Water) Eau) Serica (Silk) Polydimethylsiloxane/Polymethylsilsesquioxane Copolymer Nylon-12 Dimethicone Cymbidium Grandiflorum Flower Extract Polyisobutene

Ingredients: Titanium Dioxide (7.3%), Aqua ((Water) Eau), Cyclomethicone, Trimethylsiloxysilicate, Butylene Glycol, Boron Nitride, Dimethicone, Sd Alcohol 40-B, Peg/Ppg-18/18 Dimethicone, Nylon-12, Tribehenin, Isododecane, Polyisobutene, Sodium Chloride, Cetyl Peg/Ppg-10/1 Dimethicone, Bisabolol, Serica ((Silk Powder) Poudre De Soie), Tocopheryl Acetate, Retinyl Palmitate, Malva Silvestris (Mallow) Extract, Lilium Candidum (Lily) Bulb Extract, Lactobacillus/Eriodictyon Californicum Ferment Extract, Cymbidium Grandiflorum Flower Extract, Serica (Silk), Alumina, Polydimethylsiloxane/Polymethylsilsesquioxane Copolymer, Ethylene Brassylate, Methicone, Trisiloxane, Sorbitan Sesquioleate, Tetrasodium Edta, Methylparaben, Propylparaben. May Contain: Mica (Ci 77019), Titanium Dioxide (Ci 77891), Iron Oxides (Ci 77491, 77492, 77499)

Active Ingredients: Titanium Dioxide

Directions:

Instructions: First, shake well. Then apply a small dab to one area at a time. It is important to blend quickly with our Buffing Foundation Brush before it sets. Repeat over any area where you want coverage

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5 customers found this helpful
Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars
Been using this Product since i was 17 years old
I use this for many years. I tried others but yet came back to this one. It stays on all day. I swim and still on. Covers dark spots. Love it !!
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Average Rating:(2.0)out of 5 stars
Bad job !
*** Product bought with my own money *** Application method : sponge This is a review of the two formulas of Colorstay foundations in the shade 150 Buff. In my review C/O means "combination/oily skin formula" and N/D "normal/dry skin formula". PROS : - C/O thick texture that glides easily on skin (when spread with a brush), - C/O and N/D mostly stays true-to-tone, - C/O and N/D long-lasting (except for the creasing). CONS : - N/D runny, almost oily, consistency that’s easy to spread but drips everywhere (when you pick up the product with a finger to dot it onto the face), - C/O cakey finish (with a brush, smoother-but-sheerer finish with a sponge), - N/D powdery/chalky/dry-looking finish (whatever the application method is, sheerer with a sponge) that emphasizes flakiness and dry patches (which is not what dry skins need), - N/D badly blended pigments and non-stabilized formula, - C/O never truly sets, it remains tacky and waxy on the skin (even after powdering), and tranfers onto everything (including the bristles of the brush that’s used to powdering, coating every single hair with foundation), - C/O and N/D crease and settle into fine/expression lines IMMEDIATELY after application, and continue to do so over time (even when heavily set with powder) which make your skin appear older... WTF !!! - C/O medium coverage, - N/D sheer-to-light coverage, - non-calibrated shades (from C/O to N/D), - C/O and N/D the pigments tend to redden when they set (not really a bad thing, it just means that the shade in the bottle and wet swatches are definitely not reliable), - C/O and N/D fragranced. COMMENTS : I’ve been using Colorstay for 15 years (I began with the SoftFlex formulas). I have very oily skin but I can wear indifferently both formulas. Honestly, calling one for oily skin and the other one for dry skin is a nonsense as the latter is not moisturizing in the least, in my opinion these are just twice the same product with only a few tweaks in the formulas to produce slighty different finishes and coverage levels. The N/D has much lower coverage and contains tiny shimmers in N/D (which are invisible at first but become visible after a while) that add a slight glow which would be pretty if the finish was not so powdery/chalky/dry-looking. The shades are not calibrated from C/O to N/D : as an example, Buff in C/O tends to be more yellow and one shade lighter than Buff in N/D. Both formulas take a very long time to set (which explains why they crease straight after application). I need to heavily set with powder IMMEDIATELY after smoothing a "problematic" area (smile lines, undereye area). Once "mostly" set, they last a very long time (but still crease over time). The shine control is just average and, as strange as it sounds, is better with N/D because of its powdery finish. The former Colorstay Softflex for oily skin was more absorbent and had a much better shine control. A major problem with N/D is it’s not fully blended : I get lots of white grains of unblended pigments on my face. In addition, the formula is not stabilized : the pigments deposit onto the inner surface of the bottle over time, giving the illusion it is always full, there is less pigment suspended in the foundation base, thus resulting in the shade becoming darker/sheerer. Although the word "fragrance" do not appear in the ingredient lists, both formulas are fragranced : orchid extract and ethylene brassylate (the latter is mostly responsible of the final smell). While ethylene brassylate gives a gorgeous warm, comforting distinct smell, neither flowery nor sugary (it’s found in almost every foundation from Revlon, Covergirl, and many other so-called "fragrance-free" foundations) it does not have any other purpose than perfuming. Fortunately, this fragrance ingredient neither irritate my skin or my eyes, but it’s something to note for the most sensitive skins/eyes amongst us. I used to like the current formulas when the SoftFlex ones were discontinued, but everything is relative : now my skin is older, I now have the habit of checking my makeup in a 8x magnifying mirror (this is not forgiving in the least, trust me) and so many oustanding foundations have popped up in a decade that, in comparison, both current Colorstay formulas are now antiquated and under-performing. Both SoftFlex formulas had a better lasting-power (without creasing), thus were better formulations. And finally, a comment on the marketing team. Recently, new shades were launched (which brings the total to 43 for the oily skin formula and 24 for the dry skin one). While such a shade selection is absolutely stunning, the marketing team made it a complete mess. The pattern in the shades range has always been the same : the smaller the number the lighter the shade, the bigger the number the darker the shade. But with the new shades launch, this pattern is not reliable anymore. I tried the shades 135 Vanilla and 140 Oatmeal, thinking they would be at least as pale as 150 Buff, maybe with some slight changes in the undertone, but it turns out that they are at least 2 shades darker. Also, the swatches online are completely useless : many shades appear much lighter online than they actually are, or look completely weird (I’ve seen a shade that’s a grayish purple). I even tried 295 Dune which was shown lighter than Buff on one of Revlon’s online leaflets (this one too runs out 2 to 3 shades darker than shown). I join a picture of Revlon’s leaflet so everyone can check what I'm talking about. Who is responsible for such a chaotic numbering system and non-accurate digitalized swatches ? Was (s)he drunk ? Isn’t there a quality control in this marketing team ? Nothing is better than arms swatches (dry ones, not wet ones which don’t have any sense as most foundations darken upon drying/setting, especially Revlon’s pigments that also tend to redden), but it obviously requires more work than Revlon is ready to do. I just wish things were done right.
Most helpful positive review
5 customers found this helpful
Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars
Been using this Product since i was 17 years old
I use this for many years. I tried others but yet came back to this one. It stays on all day. I swim and still on. Covers dark spots. Love it !!
Most helpful negative review
Average Rating:(2.0)out of 5 stars
Bad job !
*** Product bought with my own money *** Application method : sponge This is a review of the two formulas of Colorstay foundations in the shade 150 Buff. In my review C/O means "combination/oily skin formula" and N/D "normal/dry skin formula". PROS : - C/O thick texture that glides easily on skin (when spread with a brush), - C/O and N/D mostly stays true-to-tone, - C/O and N/D long-lasting (except for the creasing). CONS : - N/D runny, almost oily, consistency that’s easy to spread but drips everywhere (when you pick up the product with a finger to dot it onto the face), - C/O cakey finish (with a brush, smoother-but-sheerer finish with a sponge), - N/D powdery/chalky/dry-looking finish (whatever the application method is, sheerer with a sponge) that emphasizes flakiness and dry patches (which is not what dry skins need), - N/D badly blended pigments and non-stabilized formula, - C/O never truly sets, it remains tacky and waxy on the skin (even after powdering), and tranfers onto everything (including the bristles of the brush that’s used to powdering, coating every single hair with foundation), - C/O and N/D crease and settle into fine/expression lines IMMEDIATELY after application, and continue to do so over time (even when heavily set with powder) which make your skin appear older... WTF !!! - C/O medium coverage, - N/D sheer-to-light coverage, - non-calibrated shades (from C/O to N/D), - C/O and N/D the pigments tend to redden when they set (not really a bad thing, it just means that the shade in the bottle and wet swatches are definitely not reliable), - C/O and N/D fragranced. COMMENTS : I’ve been using Colorstay for 15 years (I began with the SoftFlex formulas). I have very oily skin but I can wear indifferently both formulas. Honestly, calling one for oily skin and the other one for dry skin is a nonsense as the latter is not moisturizing in the least, in my opinion these are just twice the same product with only a few tweaks in the formulas to produce slighty different finishes and coverage levels. The N/D has much lower coverage and contains tiny shimmers in N/D (which are invisible at first but become visible after a while) that add a slight glow which would be pretty if the finish was not so powdery/chalky/dry-looking. The shades are not calibrated from C/O to N/D : as an example, Buff in C/O tends to be more yellow and one shade lighter than Buff in N/D. Both formulas take a very long time to set (which explains why they crease straight after application). I need to heavily set with powder IMMEDIATELY after smoothing a "problematic" area (smile lines, undereye area). Once "mostly" set, they last a very long time (but still crease over time). The shine control is just average and, as strange as it sounds, is better with N/D because of its powdery finish. The former Colorstay Softflex for oily skin was more absorbent and had a much better shine control. A major problem with N/D is it’s not fully blended : I get lots of white grains of unblended pigments on my face. In addition, the formula is not stabilized : the pigments deposit onto the inner surface of the bottle over time, giving the illusion it is always full, there is less pigment suspended in the foundation base, thus resulting in the shade becoming darker/sheerer. Although the word "fragrance" do not appear in the ingredient lists, both formulas are fragranced : orchid extract and ethylene brassylate (the latter is mostly responsible of the final smell). While ethylene brassylate gives a gorgeous warm, comforting distinct smell, neither flowery nor sugary (it’s found in almost every foundation from Revlon, Covergirl, and many other so-called "fragrance-free" foundations) it does not have any other purpose than perfuming. Fortunately, this fragrance ingredient neither irritate my skin or my eyes, but it’s something to note for the most sensitive skins/eyes amongst us. I used to like the current formulas when the SoftFlex ones were discontinued, but everything is relative : now my skin is older, I now have the habit of checking my makeup in a 8x magnifying mirror (this is not forgiving in the least, trust me) and so many oustanding foundations have popped up in a decade that, in comparison, both current Colorstay formulas are now antiquated and under-performing. Both SoftFlex formulas had a better lasting-power (without creasing), thus were better formulations. And finally, a comment on the marketing team. Recently, new shades were launched (which brings the total to 43 for the oily skin formula and 24 for the dry skin one). While such a shade selection is absolutely stunning, the marketing team made it a complete mess. The pattern in the shades range has always been the same : the smaller the number the lighter the shade, the bigger the number the darker the shade. But with the new shades launch, this pattern is not reliable anymore. I tried the shades 135 Vanilla and 140 Oatmeal, thinking they would be at least as pale as 150 Buff, maybe with some slight changes in the undertone, but it turns out that they are at least 2 shades darker. Also, the swatches online are completely useless : many shades appear much lighter online than they actually are, or look completely weird (I’ve seen a shade that’s a grayish purple). I even tried 295 Dune which was shown lighter than Buff on one of Revlon’s online leaflets (this one too runs out 2 to 3 shades darker than shown). I join a picture of Revlon’s leaflet so everyone can check what I'm talking about. Who is responsible for such a chaotic numbering system and non-accurate digitalized swatches ? Was (s)he drunk ? Isn’t there a quality control in this marketing team ? Nothing is better than arms swatches (dry ones, not wet ones which don’t have any sense as most foundations darken upon drying/setting, especially Revlon’s pigments that also tend to redden), but it obviously requires more work than Revlon is ready to do. I just wish things were done right.
I use this for many years. I tried others but yet came back to this one. It stays on all day. I swim and still on. Covers dark spots. Love it !!
*** Product bought with my own money *** Application method : sponge This is a review of the two formulas of Colorstay foundations in the shade 150 Buff. In my review C/O means "combination/oily skin formula" and N/D "normal/dry skin formula". PROS : - C/O thick texture that glides easily on skin (when spread with a brush), - C/O and N/D mostly stays true-to-tone, - C/O and N/D long-lasting (except for the creasing). CONS : - N/D runny, almost oily, consistency that’s easy to spread but drips everywhere (when you pick up the product with a finger to dot it onto the face), - C/O cakey finish (with a brush, smoother-but-sheerer finish with a sponge), - N/D powdery/chalky/dry-looking finish (whatever the application method is, sheerer with a sponge) that emphasizes flakiness and dry patches (which is not what dry skins need), - N/D badly blended pigments and non-stabilized formula, - C/O never truly sets, it remains tacky and waxy on the skin (even after powdering), and tranfers onto everything (including the bristles of the brush that’s used to powdering, coating every single hair with foundation), - C/O and N/D crease and settle into fine/expression lines IMMEDIATELY after application, and continue to do so over time (even when heavily set with powder) which make your skin appear older... WTF !!! - C/O medium coverage, - N/D sheer-to-light coverage, - non-calibrated shades (from C/O to N/D), - C/O and N/D the pigments tend to redden when they set (not really a bad thing, it just means that the shade in the bottle and wet swatches are definitely not reliable), - C/O and N/D fragranced. COMMENTS : I’ve been using Colorstay for 15 years (I began with the SoftFlex formulas). I have very oily skin but I can wear indifferently both formulas. Honestly, calling one for oily skin and the other one for dry skin is a nonsense as the latter is not moisturizing in the least, in my opinion these are just twice the same product with only a few tweaks in the formulas to produce slighty different finishes and coverage levels. The N/D has much lower coverage and contains tiny shimmers in N/D (which are invisible at first but become visible after a while) that add a slight glow which would be pretty if the finish was not so powdery/chalky/dry-looking. The shades are not calibrated from C/O to N/D : as an example, Buff in C/O tends to be more yellow and one shade lighter than Buff in N/D. Both formulas take a very long time to set (which explains why they crease straight after application). I need to heavily set with powder IMMEDIATELY after smoothing a "problematic" area (smile lines, undereye area). Once "mostly" set, they last a very long time (but still crease over time). The shine control is just average and, as strange as it sounds, is better with N/D because of its powdery finish. The former Colorstay Softflex for oily skin was more absorbent and had a much better shine control. A major problem with N/D is it’s not fully blended : I get lots of white grains of unblended pigments on my face. In addition, the formula is not stabilized : the pigments deposit onto the inner surface of the bottle over time, giving the illusion it is always full, there is less pigment suspended in the foundation base, thus resulting in the shade becoming darker/sheerer. Although the word "fragrance" do not appear in the ingredient lists, both formulas are fragranced : orchid extract and ethylene brassylate (the latter is mostly responsible of the final smell). While ethylene brassylate gives a gorgeous warm, comforting distinct smell, neither flowery nor sugary (it’s found in almost every foundation from Revlon, Covergirl, and many other so-called "fragrance-free" foundations) it does not have any other purpose than perfuming. Fortunately, this fragrance ingredient neither irritate my skin or my eyes, but it’s something to note for the most sensitive skins/eyes amongst us. I used to like the current formulas when the SoftFlex ones were discontinued, but everything is relative : now my skin is older, I now have the habit of checking my makeup in a 8x magnifying mirror (this is not forgiving in the least, trust me) and so many oustanding foundations have popped up in a decade that, in comparison, both current Colorstay formulas are now antiquated and under-performing. Both SoftFlex formulas had a better lasting-power (without creasing), thus were better formulations. And finally, a comment on the marketing team. Recently, new shades were launched (which brings the total to 43 for the oily skin formula and 24 for the dry skin one). While such a shade selection is absolutely stunning, the marketing team made it a complete mess. The pattern in the shades range has always been the same : the smaller the number the lighter the shade, the bigger the number the darker the shade. But with the new shades launch, this pattern is not reliable anymore. I tried the shades 135 Vanilla and 140 Oatmeal, thinking they would be at least as pale as 150 Buff, maybe with some slight changes in the undertone, but it turns out that they are at least 2 shades darker. Also, the swatches online are completely useless : many shades appear much lighter online than they actually are, or look completely weird (I’ve seen a shade that’s a grayish purple). I even tried 295 Dune which was shown lighter than Buff on one of Revlon’s online leaflets (this one too runs out 2 to 3 shades darker than shown). I join a picture of Revlon’s leaflet so everyone can check what I'm talking about. Who is responsible for such a chaotic numbering system and non-accurate digitalized swatches ? Was (s)he drunk ? Isn’t there a quality control in this marketing team ? Nothing is better than arms swatches (dry ones, not wet ones which don’t have any sense as most foundations darken upon drying/setting, especially Revlon’s pigments that also tend to redden), but it obviously requires more work than Revlon is ready to do. I just wish things were done right.

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Been using this Product since i was 17 years old

I use this for many years. I tried others but yet came back to this one. It stays on all day. I swim and still on. Covers dark spots. Love it !!

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Nice foundation

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I love the way it feels on my skin. The formula is light not heavy at all. The price was excellent Although the shade pecan was a little too light, I mixed it with a darker shade and it came out really nice . I love the pump. I used 1 and 1/2. to get the coverage I needed. I will definitely buy it again.

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FLAWLESS COVERAGE AND DOESN'T COME OFF IN WATER!

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I have a facial hair problem, so I needed a make-up that stays on and covers me no matter what facial hair remover or device I use. This works perfectly, even when I go to the beach, swim in a pool, etc. Great coverage. I've been using this "colorstay" for years, the "softflex" makes it a little creamier and easier to even out. You need to put it on a little at a time and spread it out evenly (until you get the feel of it) because it tends to set pretty fast. A good tip is to go outside, or in front of a window with good light once you've put it on. You don't need too much to cover. Good varity of shades too! You can't go wrong! Buy with confidence!

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Perfect for my skin.

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I been looking for a foundation that will stay on all day & won't wear off or rub on other ppls clothes if I hug someone, for an example. Its makes my face flawless & cover any blimishes I may have on my face. Its the perfect product for me & so I recommend this to all my friends & anyone out there no matter what color skin they have, its the best.

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Best Drugstore Foundation yet

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Since they discontinued my old fav foundation Covergirl naturelux, I've tried a few and ended up here. I have dry spots so I prefer a more dewey foundation, this is as close as I could find with a wide range of shades. Great coverage and long lasting.

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by JBLove18July 18, 2011


1. No! I would get Two Faced Amazing Face foundation. Wonderful!! You can buy at Sephora for $36
by Kight
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2. As far as drugstore foundations go, yes, this is the best foundation I've tried. There is a "normal to dry skin" version of this product but I'm not sure if that's the one I have (my skin is balanced so I don't usually pay attention to that stuff). The only problem people seem to have with it is that it dries a little quickly (gives less time for blending into your skin) so if you think that might be a problem for you then don't get it. Other than that, though, most people rave about it. It's got really great coverage.
by Airen
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3. Yes it is!And they have a full line up of diffrent types to use for your skin type
by MistaChrista
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4. This is the best foundation I have tried so far.. Revlon Colorstay in Dry skin... I use the oily one because my face gets super oily... You can also try Neutrogena healthy foundation, I use this one when I don't want full coverage, this one is on the lighter side but it's buildable.
by LashQueen
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5. This is the best foundation I have tried. It is available for all types of skin and the best part it really does last n it doesn't stain your clothes.
by Najua
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6. They also have this same foundation for dry/normal skin.
by MandyPooh
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7. They make it for both oily and dry combo skin. This is the first in years that I have tried another foundation, but its awesome. There are a lot of great reviews on YouTube. It's comparable to the Forever HD (High end brand)or something like that.
by mthorton06
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8. Drug store brands arent really good, however this product isnt as bad as others. They do make a revlon colorstay foundation for dry skin.
by ItalianBeautyBaby
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9. Yes i was ready to go to very expensive brands but i use make up dayly for 16 hours aday and work at a shop so kinda dont see the point in spending $40 + on somthing i would probobly sweat off.
by ashi1990
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10. I think you should apply a good lotion before applying foundation. Try one of the many Olay facial creams. I love this product and so far it's the best foundation I have tried, but I have combination skin.
by NewPeaCoatLover
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11. This is the best yet that I've tried. There is a choice between for Oily skin and normal dry. When using this product I've come to notice it looks much better when I use a blush brush and dab it over my face. I love it!
by ladyxkay
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by skinnieminnieJuly 27, 2012


1. I bought this foundation and wore it for the first time to an interview and to my surprise, it looked as good when I got home as when I first put it on, which NEVER happens for me because I have very oily skin. It has great coverage, especially when you combine it with the matching pressed powder. For me, it keeps my shiny face matte while still not caking up and it has never turned orange on me, even after wearing all day.
by MandyPooh
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2. It's perfect! I also have very pale skin and the light shade from this foundation is the one I always used to use. I've tried like 20 foundations and this one is the lightest cover I've ever had. Most have a yellow undertone which makes you look orange but this one doesn't! I now use Mac and I compared the lightest Mac shade and the lightest from this one and compared to this ones color the Mac is dark. I love Mac coverage so much more but this one has best color ever.
by JoselineF
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3. no stays true to color in bottle
by ashi1990
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4. Absolutely. I am pretty pasty white except for my cheeks and it is great. :)
by NewPeaCoatLover
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5. I have pale skin and I use the Ivory for Oily skin of this product and I have never had any problems. If you take a blush brush and dab a little bit on the brush and then blotch it over your face, not rubbing, then it covers very nicely.
by ladyxkay
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6. I have really light skin and I tried the ivory. I think its very try to color. However, if you don't have smooth skin (I have acne) it ends up looking cakey and just not good. But color, yes, it is true to color.
by Kribet
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7. It is very true to color. It looks just like it does in the container..
by QuinnOats
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8. I have tired Rimmel also and it was too orange. I have pale yellow undertoned skin and I usually have to go for the lightest shade in foundation. I used to use Covergirl but it all oxidizes so I tried this and I am actually the shade buff! Ivory is for neutral to pink undertones and they are true to color! They make normal/dry and combination/oily skin formulas. This color has never oxidized on me and it has been true to color! I would still buy in store though since online the colors look different.
by MakeYourBeautyShine
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9. If you have neutral to yellow undertones, this foundation will match fair skin beautifully. But if you have pink undertones, then don&#39;t buy this shade. Maybe Ivory-110 would be a better match.
by Nikki
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10. Yes!! I always have a problem finding a light enough shade that doesn&#39;t turn orange once dried, but this was exactly what I was hoping for!
by Drose
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by MarciMay 10, 2013


1. It takes great pictures. I looked pale but that's because I am im the lightest shade.
by ashi1990
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2. It depends I think. I have never had problems with it, but I am already pretty pale...Still, I've never noticed anything. It seems fine to me, this foundation is my favorite foundation EVER.
by LovelyLittleRedhead
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3. Pale? No. Shiny as heck tho.
by WNYgrrl
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4. It is a great foundation for pictures.. It looks beautiful with or without face powder..
by QuinnOats
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Warranty plan

Walmart Protection Plans
Most items come with a limited manufacturer’s warranty. The addition of a Walmart Protection Plan adds extra protection from the date of purchase. Walmart Protection Plans cover the total cost of repair, or replacement, for products, as well as covering delivery charges for the exchange.
Walmart Protection Plan options and pricing can be found on the product page, as well as in your cart. Go towww.walmart.com/protectionto see all the coverage offered for each product. You can view your Walmart Protection Plan after your purchase in the Walmart Protection Plan Hub.
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