Image from Revlon.co.uk. I left this foundation in uni so I can't take a photo of my bottle and it looks like I never took a photo of it beforehand. I own it in 180 Sand Beige by the way.
No make up
With Relvon Colorstay on
Half and half: foundation on the left, none on the right.
As you can see, this foundation is a fairly good match for my skin tone (during the winter anyway). My main problems are pores, redness and sometimes the odd spots and this foundation covers all of these blemishes of mine wonderfully.
~ Evens out skin tone very will
~ Buildable lovely coverage. It's medium to full but moisturizer can always make it lighter :)
~ Good consistency: not too thick nor too thin
~ Matches my skin tone - it's always a plus
~ Doesn't dry out my skin or make it look cakey
~ Good oil control. No shiny nose = win
~ Stays on pretty much all day
~ Can look plastic if too much is applied
~ I know a lot of people complain about this: THERE'S NO PUMP!
~ Pretty expensive for a drugstore foundation: it's around £12.49 at the moment
~ Dries fast and then doesn't move so be quick! But then hey, it is a long wear foundation :p
So the final verdict...this is probably one of my favourite foundations and I can see why the beauty community raves about it. It was actually pretty hard thinking of the bad points because I don't find them that "bad". When I'm looking for a foundation I want them to be long lasting and to cover my imperfections without looking unnatural which is what this foundation does! My only major problem with this foundation is the price but it is a really good quality foundation and I think it's worth it. The only thing that would make this foundation so much more awesome is a pump ( =w=" )
Hope this review helped and blog to you soon!