(Closed) Revlon Color Stay with SPF 6 ok for photos?

posted 6 years ago in Beauty
Post # 3
261 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: March 2013

@tabithajade24:  Test it out using a camera with a strong flash. You can also help minimize it by putting a colored (not transluscent) powder on top. Make sure to bronze/contour and that will also help. Revlon CS is a great foundation if you can find a perfect color match. I love it stippled on with a damp, wrung out cosmetic sponge.

If you find another foundation with no spf but it isn’t long wearing, try it over Revlon Photoready primer 001. It will really make your makeup last longer and apply smoother and more full coverage!

Post # 5
34 posts
  • Wedding: October 2014

It’s not really the level of SPF, but the specific chemicals used to provide the SPF protection. Have a look at the ingredient list on the label. If it contains zinc oxide or titanium dioxide, you will probably find that there is at least some flash back. If not it probably contains a chemical (rather than physical) SPF and you should be fine. Just to be safe I would test any foundation out first regardless.

Post # 6
404 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: November 2013

It looks like they took the SPF out of the formula recently.  The last bottle I bought has no mention of it.  I also we to Revlon’s website and it didn’t mention SPF in it as well, but did for other formulas…

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