Rimmel Stay Matte Foundation Reviews
Product Type: Rimmel makeup
Description:Brand: Rimmel / Type: Foundation
Newest Review: ... Beige(200) and Natural Beige (201), which are the shades I would buy in any of the Rimmel liquid foundations, however, they ... more
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Customer Rimmel Stay Matte Foundation Reviews (35)
by - written on 06/09/12 (Very useful, 45 readings)
I have developed a terrible habit of running late which means I often do my make-up on the train/bus. On one occasion I had forgotten my foundation so in a rush trip to the Boots in the station I bought Rimmel Stay Matte Foundation. I normally use their 25 Hours Foundation but as I was going out I thought I would try out this foundation as clubs get rather warm and lead to a bit of shine on the face. *~* Useful Review Info*~* Skin type: Dry/Sensitive Skin Colour: Very Pale Applied on top of a moisturiser. *~*Where & How Much *~* I paid £5.99 (earning myself 5p worth of Boot Advantage Card points) in Boots which ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/07/12 (Very useful, 15 readings)
I like to chop and change my foundations that I use, and tend to by a lot of different ones in a variety of shades. This is for two reasons: I have yet to find one that blows me away, and I change what I use depending on my mood. It's actually probably no longer true to say I don't have a firm favourite...because I actually have two. I tend to always find myself re-purchasing two of my max factor foundation (which I have reviewed) as they are the best I've found so far. I hate shelling out loads for a foundation because it is something I use most days and get through quite quickly. I prefer something cheap, cheerful and practical. That's all of the thought ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/01/12, updated on 10/06/12 (Very useful, 57 readings)
When it comes to choosing a foundation I have for the past year or so stuck to the same brand and type of foundation which I have come to really like. However, my last bottle of my preferred foundation by Maybelline had been actually quite disappointing and I was glad to have finished it. So my hunt for a great foundation was resumed but it was quickly cut short when my only choice was from Rimmel due to me leaving it rather last minute and it seems that my local (and rather large) Sainsburys only stocks Rimmel! My choice was incredibly limited mostly because the Rimmel display was poorly stocked but in the end I went with Rimmel's Stay Matt Foundation. Chosen ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/01/12 (Very useful, 25 readings)
I first discovered this foundation when I first started being interested in make-up at the age of about 15 (I never saw the bother before then unlike most girls today!). My mum had been speaking to her friend who also had a daughter my age and they came to the conclusion, this foundation would be the best for me to start with for a number of reasons I'll mention below. I don't necessarily still use it as my first choice like I used to, but I do still have it from time to time - like right now I am using it although it isn't the same as it used to be! The tube has changed quite a bit over the years. When I first used it, it came in a more circular ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/06/11 (Very useful, 15 readings)
I tried this foundation around a year ago and I only used it a few times. The appearance of the product is simple and natural which to me was appealing. There was a lot of different skin shades to choose from which is always the case from Rimmel which I love as I have rather pale skin! At the time of using this product I had spots and an oily problem area on my forehead. The application of the product was simple - the foundation itself didn't seem too thick in consistency, and whilst applying I had a problem with coverage. It seemed that a little blob of the product wouldn't cover my face like other products would. So I had to use a lot more product then I ... Read the complete review
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