Beauty Showdown| Maybelline Instant Age Rewind Foundation Vs Revlon Color Stay Review

Maybelline Instant Age Rewind Foundation
I bought this foundation in the summer of 2008, at first I fell in love with it; frankly, I didn’t have expectations of what a foundation should be. All I knew was that it should help with the imperfections of the face. First thing I noticed was that it had a very sandy texture…The coverage was super thick and all I used to blend it out where my hands. I didn’t apply a bronzer or setting powder afterwards, just me and my pale face! This foundation lasted me a long time from the summer of 2008 around January or February of 2009.  I used it well, used it for quite a while, now i didn’t use it every day it was just my special occasion type of foundation. I would suggest using a beauty blender to thin it out because as I have mentioned this is a heavy coverage foundation.
Revlon Color Stay Foundation
The Revlon color stay is a lot thinner in consistency and dries down almost to a matte, which I loved back then. Once it dried it didn’t budge, also it didn’t have that gritty texture like the Maybelline instant age rewind. This is meant for oily skin so that’s why it’s more a matte finish.
 And so far I like it. Notice the two major color difference’s. These aren’t my skin tones just pictures to show which found it is. And my face looked great in the photo, no flash back!
So who won this beauty showdown?
The Revlon, it was thinner in consistency and lasted longer.

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