September 11, 2018

Revlon Colorstay Foundation (Normal/Dry)

Earlier this year I reviewed Revlon's Colorstay Foundation, but did you know that there is another formula for normal and dry skin types? Available in 13 shades, this oil-free foundation provides up to 24 hours of wear, a natural finish and buildable coverage.

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Revlon Colorstay Foundation Normal Dry Skin Review Swatches Photos MAC Equivalents

So what is the difference between the two formulas, you may ask?

I would say that the Normal/Dry version looks slightly more matte and it accentuates dry skin more. Also, the Combination/Oil foundation feels oilier and more moisturizing, which is weird to me because foundations for dry skin are usually more hydrating, not the other way around.

Also, the Normal/Dry formula contains silver micro glitters and I can't say that I'm very pleased with that. For some strange reason, they are only visible after a few hours.

Revlon Colorstay Foundation Normal Dry Skin Review MAC Comparisons

In terms of staying power, I haven't noticed a big difference between the two formulas. Both foundations are incredibly long-lasting on my oily skin! They wear well for more than 12 hours and don't settle into fine lines. They are equally mattifying as well, if I set them with some loose powder.

Overall, the difference is minimal but I prefer the Combination/Oily version!

Revlon Colorstay Foundation Normal Dry Skin Before After 150 Buff NC20

Please note that the shades in the ColorStay Foundation for normal/dry skin are not equivalent to the ones in the Colorstay Foundation for oily/combination skin.

Revlon Colorstay Foundation Normal Dry Swatches 110 130 150 180 200 NW15 NC20 NW30 NW25 MAC Shade
Swatches on fair skin (NC10-NC15)

110 Ivory is similar to NW15 and has neutral, slightly pink undertones.

130 Porcelain is slightly darker than NW15 and has pinky peach undertones.

150 Buff is a bit lighter than NC20 and has beige, slightly yellow undertones.

180 Sand Beige is similar to NW30 and has pinky peach undertones.

200 Nude is slightly lighter than NW25 and has pink undertones.

Revlon Colorstay Foundation Normal Dry Swatches 220 240 320 330 410 NW30 NW40 NW50 MAC
Swatches on fair skin (NC10-NC15)

220 Natural Beige is similar to NW30 and has pink undertones.

240 Medium Beige is similar to NW30 and has pinky peach undertones.

320 True Beige is darker than NW40 and has beige, slightly grey undertones.

330 Natural Tan is similar to NW40 and has neutral undertones.

410 Cappuccino is slightly lighter than NW50 and has red undertones.

Revlon Colorstay Foundation Makeup Normal Dry Skin Review

The Revlon Colorstay Makeup for normal/dry skin retails for $16 CAD for 30ml and is available at Ulta, Target, Look Fantastic, Amazon and Feelunique.

(I received these product in order to evaluate them and give my opinion, but rest assured that my comments are always honest and impartial. This post contains affiliate links.)

1 comment:

  1. Glitter? In foundation? I honestly can never understand why brands do that?? I would definitely avoid this for the oily/combo formula of the foundation!
    -stephanie | www.nudelipdiaries.com

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