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Thursday, November 4, 2010

Review: Revlon Custom Creations



Price: $11.99 - $13.99
Where to Buy?: Drugstores
Shade I have: Light

What Revlon Says:
Create your perfect shade with the simple turn of a dial. Lightweight feel. Naturally flawless. SPF 15.

My Review:
This foundation is never talked about because of the Revlon Colorstay foundation that's over hyped and I personally wouldn't purchase this foundation if it wasn't from a blogger "Tuniez83" she was using it in her tutorial and it got me interested.

The concept of this foundation is you turn the dial on the to get your perfect shade, which is a interesting idea because I always end up buying two foundation shades and mix them together to get a good match on my skin.





The coverage is light to medium its not as heavy as the Colorstay but it is build-able and it blends really well.

Since my skin are more drier in the winter this wouldn't be an ideal foundation for me to use because I notice I start getting dry spots on my skin when I was using this, that's a bit of a bummer for me because the only reason I would buy liquid foundation is to use it in the winter.

Downfall is no matter which number I turn I don't really see the difference when blended together in the skin and I end up wasting half the product trying to find my 'perfect match' when its really all the same. Another negative is almost all their shade is a bit orange tone so if your skin is cool tone it may be hard to get a good match. I think I better off stick to Revlon's Colorstay until something better comes along.

Rating: 2/5
Would I buy this again?: no


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Disclaimer:
This is purchase by my own money. Any opinions that I may have expressed in this post are from my own personal experience with the product. I have no affiliation with the company that makes it and did not receive money mentioning or using it. Visit my FAQ & Disclaimer page for more info.


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1 comment:

Justine @ Productrater said...

great review. I've only heard bad reviews about this one. The concept is great, but it doesn't seem to work very well.

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