REVLON COLORSTAY CONCEALER ’06 DEEP’ – REVIEW & SWATCHES
Today, I am going to review the Concealer from the newly launched Revlon Colorstay Range. You can check out my review on Revlon Colorstay Longwear Nail Lacquer here.
Revlon Colorstay Concealer :
Revlon’s latest ColorStay Concealer with time release technology balances imperfections for a continuously flawless look, for up to 24 hours.
- Covers imperfections
- Conceals blemishes and dark circles
- Full yet undetectable coverage
My Review on Revlon Colorstay Concealer ’06 Deep’ :
Revlon Colorstay Concealer comes in a transparent tube with a doe foot applicator. Even though I find the transparent packaging convenient, it’s probably not too hygienic to use the doe foot directly onto pimples or infected areas, so I usually dab it on my hand before dabbing it on to blemishes/pimples I want to cover up.
Revlon Colorstay Concealer comes in 6 different shades and ’06 Deep’ is the darkest amongst all. I am disappointed to see that there wouldn’t be a match for beauties beyond NC 45. Even though the concealer looks just a little warm on me, when tried on a friend who is NC45, it turned out looking too grey. I did not notice any obvious scent, just a normal concealer smell that I got used to after a while.
The consistency of Revlon Colorstay Concealer isn’t super thick, nor is it super runny. It blends in like a dream and gives a medium – buildable coverage. However, it may look caked up if you layer it up too much. I recommend patting the concealer gently with your finger instead of just smearing it over blemishes.
It works great to cover up blemishes and redness around my nose but somehow it doesn’t sit well under my eyes. I tried it under my eyes and it started to crease within few minutes. It may work really well for people with oily lids / under eyes as it tends to soak up the access oil I believe. On the upside, it lasts throughout the day and gives a matte finish.
Revlon Colorstay Concealer is available is 6 shades and comes with a price tag of Rs. 775.