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best drugstore foundation/powder

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sooo, what is the best drugstore makeup you have found? i use mmu myself, but i thought i would ask around and see what people think. i may decide to go back to it some day....

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For colorstay users.....is there a difference between colorstay, colorstay with softflex, and colorstay active? If so, which do you use? Also, what kind of powder do you use to set it, if you use one?

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I used Active Light because 1) I'm active and 2) it has SPF 25.

I never used a powder with it except on individual zits that needed extra coverage and more staying power.

I have heard that the regular version gives a bit more coverage but the active light covers pretty damn well. I don't think they make regular colorstay anymore,just the ones with softflex of dry or oily skin and the active-light kind.

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sooo, what is the best drugstore makeup you have found? i use mmu myself, but i thought i would ask around and see what people think. i may decide to go back to it some day....
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For colorstay users.....is there a difference between colorstay, colorstay with softflex, and colorstay active? If so, which do you use? Also, what kind of powder do you use to set it, if you use one?
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definately colorstay for liquid, and physician's formula for minerals (although their color selection could be MUCH better). i set my colorstay with bare escentuals. it completely covers my redmarks, without looking masky.

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How does Revlon colorstay wear throughout the day? If you have oily, shiny skin does it stay put pretty well & not get greasy or absorb into the skin?

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