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Thursday, April 21, 2011

Revlon Colorstay Blemish Concealer - on cozycot!

Yay! My first article on Cozycot.com!

ETA 04/21/2011 1:06 PM: will add extras to this post when I'm more free. Have my hands full at the moment. (Yes, again. And here I thought it'd be over once the school year ended hahaha!)

ETA 04/23/2011 4:32 PM: Here are the extras! (These are just supplementary materials for the full review on the Cozycot website. Please do read the article there too! :D )

Extra 01: The Product in a Nutshell, Stockpiled!-style
Price: P795.00 (I think this is reasonable considering its excellent performance and my frequency of use.)
Location Bought: Watsons SM Megamall
Approximate Date Bought: December 2010
Packaging: Function over form. Doe foot applicator. Unbreakable (in my experience).
Color and Pigmentation: My shade was Medium. Pigmentation was strong - it practically made my pimple scars invisible!
Formulation: Consistency was slightly thick, like my favorite BB cream. Practically scentless, save for a very light alcohol scent. Non-sticky. Long lasting - lasts a full school day on me (10AM - 5PM).

More after the jump!


Extra 02: In Action - This Concealer is Blush Friendly!
Because Revlon's concealer isn't sticky like the concealers of other drugstore brands, it makes for a very cooperative blush companion. No ugly caking or clumping whatsoever!
My whole hand has a layer of blended-out concealer
in this photo. Notice how the blush (NARS Mata Hari)
still looks smooth despite being on top of concealer.
Here's the blush on my cheek, again, over
a layer of the concealer. Look at that
nice, non-clumpy flush!
Extra 03: In Action - This Concealer is Pretty Good for the Undereyes too!
While the blemish concealer is designed primarily for pimple scars, it makes for a decent undereye concealer as well. It doesn't lighten my dark areas as much as I'd like it to, but it does blur fine lines.

My eye without concealer


The concealer dotted all over the undereye
The concealer blended out

6 comments:

  1. are you moving to another blogsite or are you still going to post reviews here?

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  2. ^No, I'm not moving. Still going to post here, Stockpiled will always be my main blog. :D

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  3. wow! that's good to know! (^_^)

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  4. just a word of advice. i believe this product contains saliclyic acid which is great for pimples yet not so great for your uber sensitive undereye area. you should think twice before using it there.

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  5. Hot-jade-ice: I googled about salycilic acid on the undereye area and you're right! Thank you for the heads-up!

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  6. Nice post and cool blog, I've been reading a lot of your reviews :)

    That's a nice concealer though it's a bit way over my budget for a high school-er like me XD

    As I'm a tester-freak, I think Maybelline's AngelFit Concealer is also like that of Revlon's :) I have problem-prone skin and when I tested Maybelline's concealer, it quite covered my marks and visible pores nicely.. And it's also quite effective on dark circles :)
    But it melts a bit on my face though since I sweat a lot..

    As for Revlon, I tested it before and it's quite nice too ^^
    Btw, Revlon has a nice full coverage cream to liquid compact foundation..Flawless skin in an instant! :)

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