Sunday, 10 July 2016

L’Oréal True Match Foundation Review

I have said it before, and I will say it again, everybody needs a great drug store foundation that everybody has in their collection. One that you can always grab in between trying something new that fall back in love with all over again.

This is what L’Oréal True Match is for me. It is one of them foundations that I grab when I need a quick make up and a flawless base. You have probably seen by now that absolutely everybody raves about it online. I’m sure there are some but I haven’t seen one blog or video say a bad word about this foundation. For most it is an absolute favourite.

I have combination skin and I find that it works well, on my oily and on my dry patches. It doesn’t seem to move where I am oily, but I do have to set it with Laura Mercier Translucent Powder. Also on the patches where I’m more dry I find that it doesn’t cling to it and make it look worse. It is just really my forehead which is dry so I make sure to use a thick moisturiser there such as the Chanel Hydra Crème. I have had this foundation for years now, probably since it first came out. It replaced my Infallible which I had been using for years.

Firstly, the consistency of this is lovely on the skin. It is so thin and it makes you feel like you haven’t put any foundation on, but the coverage it gives is medium to full coverage. Also if you need extra coverage in some places it is definitely buildable.

For the money this product is perfect, for me in texture and coverage it reminds me of the YSL Touché Éclat Foundation. Except the YSL foundation has a bomb scent and this one doesn’t, but I can get over that.

I like to apply this with a standard foundation brush. What I do first is pump some of this foundation out onto a metal pallet, then with my Chanel foundation I paint his onto the face. I put it straight onto my problem areas where I need more coverage. Then with a damp beauty blender I blend it out onto the whole face and sheer it out evenly.

I have this foundation in so many shades. I have foundations for when I am self-tanned and when I am paler. I also have this a few shades darker than my natural colour and it is a great thin medium for blending out crème contour.

I do really love this foundation and I think everybody should try it. It feels like a high end product at a low and reasonable cost. As normal I will try and link down below to all products mentioned. If you have any questions just be sure to leave them in the comments below and then I will get right back to you.


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