L’Oreal True Match Super Blendable Makeup Foundation Review
Foundation that matches your skin tone perfectly. Ultra pure formula that contains no oils, fragrances, or pore clogging fillers. With Vit. A, C, E, wheat germ and grapefruit extracts to help in protecting skin while keeping it healthy and nourished. With SPF 17. For all skin types. Light to medium coverage. Oil free. 33 shades available. Price $10.95.
The foundation came in a glass bottle with a cap indication the shade. It contains 30 ml/ 1.0 fl oz. of product.
WATER • ISODODECANE • CYCLOPENTASILOXANE • GLYCERIN • CYCLOHEXASILOXANE • PEG-10 DIMETHICONE • METHYL METHACRYLATE CROSSPOLYMER • BUTYLENE GLYCO • DIMETHICONE • ISOEICOSANE • DISTEARDIMONIUM HECTORITE • CETYL PEG/PPG-10/1 DIMETHICONE • SODIUM CHLORIDE • POLYGLYCERYL-4 ISOSTEARATE • HEXYL LAURATE • C9-15 FLUOROALCOHOL PHOSPHATE • ISOSTEARYL NEOPENTANOATE • DIAZOLIDINYL UREA • METHYLPARABEN • PROPYLPARABEN • TOCOPHEROL • PANTHENOL • ALUMINA • METHICONE
TITANIUM DIOXIDE 3.01%
My shade was in W4 or natural beige. I usually select a yellow to beige toned foundations which works with my warm undertones. It was great for L’Oreal to indicate the skin tone in the packaging. For instance, W-Warm , N-Neutral and C-Cool undertones. With 33 shades to choose from. You guys may check out lorealparisusa.com to see your desired foundation true match.
The formulation of the foundation was runny. It provided light to medium coverage with a natural finish. Plus added SPF 17 which will immediately tell that this type of foundation does not work in flash photos.
When blending this foundation, I prefer using a sponge applicator to spread it evenly. I struggled a bit in dispensing the foundation since it did not come with a pump or anything. It just poured out from the bottle.
After cleansing my face, I just added a moisturizer then applied the foundation. Lastly, set my whole makeup with a translucent powder.
As you can see, the foundation evened out my skin tone. All the redness and hyper pigmentations were covered. It gave a powdery velvet finish but I can see some clinging onto my dry patches. The coverage was sheer and buildable to medium but I personally did not want to build this foundation up because it just might end up becoming cakey.
Obviously it didn’t work on flash photos. Hello white cast. Finally on natural light. It appeared to be a little lighter as compared to the swatch I did earlier. After 5 hours of wearing the foundation, I noticed the coverage fading specifically on my nose and forehead area. My skin started oiling up throughout the day especially on my T-zone. The foundation did oxidize the longer it sat on my skin. Overall, the foundation was so lightweight, had really light coverage and did not last all day. If your seeking for coverage, this might not be the foundation your looking for.
What I like about the product:
-Lightweight and natural finish
-Did not irritate my skin
-Wide range of shades to choose from
-Had SPF 17 to protect my skin from the harmful sun rays
What I didn’t like about the product:
–Not oily skin friendly ( The foundation tends to get look greasy throughout the day)
-Does not last all day
All images and opinions are mine. This post is not sponsored.