Lady Wannabe Blog: Revlon Colorstay VS MAC Studio Fix Fluid Colour Chart

Revlon Colorstay VS MAC Studio Fix Fluid Colour Chart

Hello everyone, 

Finding the right foundation shade is not easy at all, when you want to switch from two brands might not be so easy, so I've been doing some Google-ing and I came across this chart from Yahoo! Answers where someone gave a full chart for Revlon colorstay and MAC Studio fix foundation
Colour chart for Revlon Colorstay vs MAC Studio Fix Fluid 

Ivory: NW15/ NC15 lightest of the bunch 
Buff: NC20 best match for fair NCs 
Sand Beige: NC20-25 with somewhat neutral undertones 
Nude: NC25 with peachy undertones, definitely not for pinks or true golden 
Natural Beige: NW20 tends to run pink 
Medium Beige: NC27 between Sand Beige and Golden Beige 
Fresh Beige: NW25 with pinky undertones 
Golden Beige: NC30 with truest yellow/olive undertones 
Warm Golden: NW30/NC30 with somewhat neutral undertones 
True Beige: NW30 with pinky undertones (for Fresh Beige in summer) 
Natural Tan: NC40/NC42 more neutral than golden caramel 
Early Tan: NW35 with somewhat peach undertones 
Rich Tan: NW35 with pinkish undertones 
Golden Caramel: NC40/NC42 more golden than natural tan 
Toast: NW43/NC45 with neutral undertones 
Rich Ginger: NW45 very peachy-pink 
Caramel: NC45 seems to run true to color 
Cappucino: NC50 slightly more peach than Caramel 
Mahogany: NW50/NC55 the darkest of NWs but not extremely peachy 
Mocha: NW55 seems to be very cool toned, almost grey undertone 

I'm going to try this in Mac store and let you know how that goes, my Revlon Colorstay shade is Toast. Do you know that the NC and NW before the number in Mac foundations stands for Neutral cool and neutral warm respectively?

Please note that this chart is just a guide for you to help you pick closer shades ensure to try them on before you buy and also this chart does not apply to Revlon's Photoready foundation.

Do let me know if this helps or works out for you :) Stay fabulous! 

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  1. Great post darling, when it comes to picking foundations am zero, its so hard so I just do bronzers and blushers. So hard to pick foundations for dark skins,it's either they come out looking too dark, orange or kin of dark grey.

    1. I feel you.. some will turn out looking ashy.. lol

  2. Its hard for me too, i know i have a lot of foundations lying around my house cus i end up nt using them again.

    1. ya me too, it's best to buy darker and lighter shades and mix them.. :)

  3. great post- I prefer to custom-blend my fdns now to get the right shade for me. i blend a dark colour with a light colour.

  4. i always have to blend with two different shade.


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