Hopefully you are all enjoying my attempt at Blogmas this year-it may not be the most festive one out there but whilst I'm at school it is difficult to product Christmas themed posts every single day. Anyway, today I thought I would create a review of a product that I recently bought and cannot wait to talk about.
That product is, as the title suggests,the Loreal Infallible Foundation...
I have wanted to own this particular foundation for literally forever, due to the constant rave reviews people were writing over it. Last week, I finally made the purchase at the clothes show and can happily say that I am glad that I listened to all the good reviews, as this foundation has really lived up to my expectations.
Originally I thought the consistency would be rather cakey, but in reality I couldn't have been further from the truth. Whilst this foundation does possess great coverage qualities, it doesn't feel as though it clogs up your pores whilst doing so and actually feels pretty light on the skin. Because of its good coverage, it stays firmly in place all day long as well which is fantastic in the winter months when you have the wind and rain battering against you most days.
I wasn't sure that the colour of this foundation would totally match my skin either, because I have quite yellow undertones and have become accustomed to my Bourjois Healthy Mix just suiting my tone perfectly. Luckily, in the shade Vanilla, this product does in fact match my skin really really well! It blends amazingly with my Real Techniques Buffing Brush and doesn't look patchy or too dark at all-I was very surprised at this considering how pale I become in the winter!
I will definitely be repurchasing this foundation in the future, and hopefully if you were on the borderline of wanting to buy this product, as I was for quite a while, you can now see that it is definitely worth the purchase! If that's the case, then you can pick it up in lots of places including Superdrug and Boots where it is only £7.99!
Thank you for reading,
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