I only bought this Foundation as the one that I wanted to try had sold out, and as I desperately needed another I was looking through all of the brands before I landed at the L’Oreal stand. I’m actually really glad that the original foundation had sold out, as this has now become my holy grail.
This foundation seems to be everywhere at the minute. I’m constantly seeing adverts showing off the endless shade range which is really impressive, and I love the fact that this foundation claims to match 98% of skin tones, as some foundations really lack diversity.
A lot of the shades had sold out. I had managed to pick up the shade 1.N Ivory, which I now swear by. This foundation costs £9.99 which isn’t that much when compared to other foundations out there. Plus I have noticed that there are offers on quite a lot which makes this a bit cheaper.
Packaging and Pump
I love the packaging as it is simple and sleek yet elegant looking. I also love the size of the bottle you get 30ml which lasts a long time. I must admit though, I aren’t a fan of the pump, it’s like a big silver button that sometimes stays down when you press it, so you have to pull it back up in order to get another pump; which is quite annoying, but it is bearable.
I use a buffing brush to apply this and it blends in really easily. It has an overall nice look and stays smooth after concealer too.
This foundation used to cling to my dry patches, but once I started applying moisturiser before starting my makeup the problem went away. I also find that sometimes the quality does wear down throughout the day, but primer stopped that from happening.
I’m on to my second bottle of this and I absolutely love it. The coverage is medium to full and can be built to full if you’d like.
I would really recommend this foundation, as the shade range is incredible, so it is likely you’ll find something that works for you.
Have you ever tried this foundation?
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