On with the review! I got the whipped creme foundation in #250 Medium Beige. I am a NC 30-35 for reference.
Revlon Colorstay Whipped creme foundation, 23.7ml/0.8 fl oz, $14
After 10 hours of wear:Nouveau Cheap's blog that you can apply the foundation with a duo fiber brush to avoid that problem. I haven't tried it personally, but check out her blog if you have that problem.
Application: Very easy. It was more watery than you would have expected of a whipped cream, but it blends very easily into your skin. The texture is light and soft and doesn't feel intrusive on the skin. It feels like I am not wearing foundation at all, yet it covers better than most tinted moisturizers.
Scent: When I applied the foundation, I did not smell anything at all. But to report the scent to you, I opened the container to smell the product directly and I can tell you then I can smell a very faint scent of plastic. I wouldn't have noticed until I purposely smelled it to review.
Coverage: Medium. Covered most of my blemishes and discolorations with just one application of product.
Staying power: Very good. As you can see, the product stayed on my face nicely even after 10 hours of wear. No touchups, no cleanups!
Overall: I would definitely recommend this product if you are looking for a lightweight foundation that gives medium coverage. It was able to cover my blemishes and discolorations, but my freckles were still visible. For about $14, it could be kind of expensive for the amount of product you get. Take advantage of the 40% off sale for Revlon at RiteAid this week!
Have you tried Revlon's Colorstay Whipped Creme Foundation? What is your favorite drugstore foundation?
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All products shown here were purchased with my own money and were given my fair and honest opinion.