The best I've found so far, in my opinion, is Revlon colorstay. But, I want something a little bit more on the sheer side. Any suggestions?
Thanks for the tip on revlon, I have skin discolorations and need some coverage.
I use to use Revlon Colorstay, but I have Seborrheic Dermatitis and this now makes my face looks worse. I tried Bare Minerals, but it makes my face look cakey and dry. I tried Soul Purpose Mineral Makeup and this is the only thing that stays put for at least 8 hrs and doesn't seep into my pores or make me look cakey and dry looking.
Agreed...Revlon Colorstay for sure. It is the best as far as full coverage and lasts on your face for along time. They also make it for all skin types.
I like Rimmel London "Lasting Finish 25 Hour Foundation." It gives good coverage and lasts a long time. For sheerer coverage, I apply it with a damp makeup sponge. I can't believe how inexpensive it is. The Revlon Colorstay is priced well (I think about $13-$14? It has been awhile since I bough it.) but at $6-$7 the Rimmel is about half the cost.
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