Revlon Colorstay Whipped and Enchanted Magic spell eyeshadow review

When my breakouts started, I desperately scouted reviews for foundations that can do well with oily acne prone skin.  The Revlon colorstay liquid have good reviews for its remarkable coverage well suited for the oilies. But when I dropped by the Revlon counter and tried the colorstay whipped, I knew I had to get it for my nasty blemishes.
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Revlon Colorstay whipped #180 Natural Ochre. Texture is a little heavier than a mousse foundation. It’s great to apply with a flat top brush(buffing motion) or the regular tapered foundation brush using a little at a time because it’s heavy. I can say it’s buildable, and best to set with a light powder. The color is a shade lighter than my skintone but it swatched perfectly in the mall, mine should have been the next or two shades darker. It’s also yellow based which is a plus. It won’t really cover fresh acne marks, as you can see they’re still peeping through on both my cheeks and chin. A winner with oil control though, but I have to blot my nose and forehead after 6 hours. I also wish the packaging comes with a pump, because this has none and I have to scoop and scoop with a spatula.

enchanted2This could have been one of my favorite foundation except that I got more little bumps after using this. 😦 It also dried some parts on my face, must be the salicylic acid, yet it should have helped my acne. This is good for those oily faces that are not sensitive, because the coverage is full and gives you that fresh matte look.

For the eyes, I used the Enchanted eyeshadow in Magic spell which was included in the BDJ box the previous months.

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