Sunday, September 9, 2012

Revlon Colorstay: Blue Slate

Revlon Blue Slate (2 coats)

Did anyone watch Coma last week? I'm just getting around to it, and the first night was pretty good. My mom apparently wasn't as happy with the second night, so the jury is still out on it. 

I found this Revlon Colorstay on sale at my local Target a couple weeks ago. I think this is my first Colorstay polish, but I'm already a fan of their regular line. They definitely have the widest variety of colors of the main drugstore makeup brands. Blue Slate is a dusty blue creme, and you guys know how much I love my dusty colors. The formula and application was great, and only needed 2 coats to fully cover the nail. I'm a fan! I don't know why this one was on clearance, but I hope they don't discontinue it. Have any of you heard any word on this? Thanks! 


Rachael said...

This looks really similar to Revlon Chic, I wonder how they compare? I love dusty blues!

beachgal said...

I love the re-vamped Color Stay line. Revlon dumped all the old ones and these came out right after holiday 2011 I am thinking if memory serves me right. I get great wear out of them - not up to a gel mani but it's been a good one for me. This is one of my fav shades in the line up but as you said, they do have a ton of colors and I think I have maybe 15 of em which is really rare for me to go this gaga for something that is in Revlon. I hope they don't change this line but I had noticed at my Rite Aide they have been getting fewer and fewer with no new shades ever having been introduced when the collection was released. I have never seen them on sale however so you got a deal. I do think because of the formula and the wear time, the price is good on these. I did not like the base and top coat with this line however - did not find using them added anything to my wear time in this line as it was supposed to. My reg. base and top coat gave me better wear time than the ones from this collection. Did not watch Coma - kind of forgot about it - but did think might be worth looking at from a couple commercials I saw. I read the book eons ago and of course saw the less well done movie. Thinking that was Robin Cooke's first book - least the first one that hit big.