It’s the beauty cupboard staple many of us reach for on an early morning shift or when we’ve had a late night and it turns out we’re not alone in our love for foundation.
In fact, people are such big fans of the Revlon ColorStay Foundation that one of the bottles of the cult makeup buy sells every minute in Australia.
The foundation, which usually retails for $34.95 but is currently on sale at Priceline for $20 and Chemist Warehouse for $17.47, promises long-wearing coverage with a super lightweight formula so you don’t feel like you’re wearing makeup at all.
It’s also not supposed to cake, fade, or rub off, which let’s face it, is probably some of the most annoying things about wearing a full face of warpaint in the first place.
The bottle of foundation has rave reviews online, with people raving about how long-lasting it really is.
“Have been using for years, tried and tested others but always come back to this!,” one person said.
“My face is super difficult to cover with foundation! My biggest issue is that I have dry patches! Then when those patches aren’t dry looking they get oily! Revlon colorstay has been my go to foundation for as long as I can remember! The best formula I’ve found to help keep my blemishes and imperfections away,” another person said.
Others said it didn’t crease or slide off their face and one person even said they’re sad at the end of the day when they have to take it off.
In May, Priceline revealed that the Nude by Nature Mineral Cover Foundation sells every four minutes in Australia.
According to the company website, “the Cover Foundation doesn't cake, clog or even look like make-up at all.”
Because it comes in powder form, it’s incredibly lightweight and gives a natural finish to the skin.
To get the most out of it, you simply tap a small amount of the powder into the lid and swirl your brush through it. Then buff it onto your skin in a circular motion for ‘airbrushed perfection’.
It promises to hide blemishes, acne, birthmarks and scarring.
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