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Review: Revolution Fast Base Stick Foundation

Hey folks!

I hope your weekend went well and you were able to enjoy it! Mine was pretty laid back and I was able to relax and enjoy myself with the family. I did go to school on Saturday, but honestly, I consider it super fun!

However, I feel bad for my dog, Stella. I went from being home with her full time to being at school 5 days a week for 9 hours each day. She is always able to go inside and outside as she pleases throughout the day. But you can clearly tell she is having a hard time with the adjustment because on my free days (Sunday and Monday), she sticks to me like glue. I can’t go to the bathroom without her at my feet.

But like me trying to juggle the household duties with full time school, she will also have to adjust and she will learn it’s going to be okay.

So, anyways! Let’s jump into what I think about the Revolution Fast Base Stick Foundation.


** I was not paid to do this review and I bought this product myself.

My Skin Type: Combination dry to normal skin.

My Skin Undertone: Neutral. Don’t know yours? Click here to figure it out.

First Impressions:

Packaging: Very clean and classy. The gold with the contrast of the tan is very elegant. The tan tubing is plastic but doesn’t feel like it would easily break. The gold tubing is metal and feels very sturdy when raising and lowering the foundation.

Product: Very heavy looking when you first put it on and covers extremely well. I am a person who prefers sheer to medium coverage as opposed to full coverage and therefore, tend to wear powders and creams. I wanted to try this because I was looking to try something new and broaden my horizons – so to speak.

BUT the second time that I wore it, it was much better and I didn’t feel like I was wearing a mask. I used less.

Price: 5.99€

Animal Testing: No.

Claims: Easy to apply. Melts into the skin. Blends seamlessly. Dewy finish.

Pros: It has an easy tube form which is easier than messing with liquids and creams. Leaves a nice young dewy look.

Cons: If you’re not careful and you’re like me, you could apply too much and feel heavy on the face. Needs to be set with a powder in order to not move into fine lines. If not set with a powder, tends to be tacky on the face.

Targetted Buyers: Based on the looks of the packaging, it would be targetted to adults. However, this is suitable for all ages.
Revolution Makeup


Ease of Use: It is clean and easy to apply.

Potential Problems: Very easy to use too much. If you have oily skin, it probably will make you look very shiny as this is a dewy finish.

Alternatives: L’Oréal Paris Infallible Sculpt Stick

Fulfilled Claims: Easy to apply. I never applied my foundation faster than this. Normally, I have a messy blot of foundation on the back of my hand and some one my finger tips. Blends seamlessly. This was very easy to blend with your fingers and with a beauty blender. I didn’t try a brush but I don’t see any problems with that and it probably would be better than a blender. Leaves a dewy finish.

Failed Claims: Melts into the skin. This statement sort of confused me but it didn’t melt into the skin and I’m happy for that. I think it was just a nice fluffy sentence to make it seem more fancy. I don’t know!

My Take-Home Thoughts: I think this foundation is a very good foundation for certain kinds of skin. If you have dry to normal skin, this product will be a good pick and will leave your skin very young looking with a dewy finish. But if you have oily to combination skin, this product will probably make you look very shiny. For me, this product will be great in the winter as I tend to have dry skin. But in the summer, I’m really curious if it’ll hold up to the heat and my forehead sweat. Either way, this is a good one for me during the winter. Summer is still a question.

Have you tried this before? What are your thoughts on it? Or do you have another product that is your favorite? Tell me about it because I’m curious!


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5 thoughts on “Review: Revolution Fast Base Stick Foundation”

    1. I will do that! 🙂 This is the first time I tried a stick foundation just because I’m a powder girl and occassionally a cream girl. But if you have oily skin, I don’t know if I’m recommend this one for you because it leaves a dewy finish. Xx

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    2. I have the same problem with sticks. They look okay for two or three hours, but after that it’s all downhill.
      The Hourglass Vanish foundation stick is the only one I’ve tried that did well. But yeah okay, ten times the price of this one lol

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