Saturday, August 15, 2009

Revlon ColorStay Foundation - IMG

Here I want you to see the difference in the color of "combo/oil 400 caramel" and "normal/dry 400 caramel".

"combo/oil 400 caramel" :
*Taken in the store with camera phone (they didn't have anymore "normal to dry in 400"). Here we have 400 caramel combo/oil and 370 toast combo/oil (taken w/ a camera phone).

"normal/dry 400 caramel":

*Taken at home w/ camera(I returned 410 and kept 400 "normal/dry")

Revlon Colorstay with Softflex vs. MAC SFF:
Ivory: NW 15 lightest of the bunch
Buff: NC20 best match for fair NCs
Sand Beige: NC20-25 with somewhat neutral undertones
Nude: NC25 with peachy undertones, definitely not for pinks or true golden
Natural Beige: NW20 tends to run pink
Medium Beige: NC27 between Sand Beige and Golden Beige
Fresh Beige: NW25 with pinky undertones
Golden Beige: NC30 with truest yellow/olive undertones
Warm Golden: NW30/NC30 with somewhat neutral undertones
True Beige: NW30 with pinky undertones (for Fresh Beige in summer)
Natural Tan: NC40/NC42 more neutral than golden caramel
Early Tan: NW35 with somewhat peach undertones
Rich Tan: NW35 with pinkish undertones
Golden Caramel: NC40/NC42 more golden than natural tan
Toast: NC43 / NC 44 with neutral undertones
Rich Ginger: NW45 very peachy-pink
Caramel: NC45 seems to run true to color
Cappucino: NC50 slightly more peach than Caramel
Mahogany: NW50/NC55 the darkest of NWs but not extremely peachy
Mocha: NW55 seems to be very cool toned, almost grey undertone

* Thanks to VintageAqua on