L’Oreal’s True Match foundations has been one of the most well-known foundations for as long as I can remember. I wouldn’t call it a hyped up product, but at least everyone knew about it. After years and years of keeping the foundation just the way it is, L’Oreal decided to renew it, which leads us to the new L’Oreal Perfect Match foundation. Because I loved the True Match foundation I decided I just had to try this new version as well, and so I did. Today it’s time for the review. If you’re interested in finding out whether they did a good thing renewing their True Match foundation or not, keep on reading!
Years ago, when I missed my bus and I had to wait another 20 minutes for a new one to arrive, I decided to check out the nearest drugstore for a bit. I really wanted a new lipstick and I ended up buying the, at that time new, L’Oreal Rouge Caresse lipstick. I was so excited about it that I immediately applied it and I was all kinds of disappointed. At that time I wasn’t too familiar with makeup and lipsticks and I certainly didn’t get the whole sheer lipstick thing that I love so much now. Years later I decided to give that lipstick another try and that was the day I realised it was absolutely amazing. Now, a few years after that moment I finally decided to add two more colours to my collection, and today it’s time for the review. If you’re interested in finding out whether or not these two colours are just as amazing as the first one I bought, keep on reading!
Ever since I bought my first Naked palette I have been all about the palettes. Before I used to use mono eyeshadows only, but that rapidly changed. Palettes are just so convenient. You get a selected amount of colours that look good together in one place, while when you’re using mono eyeshadows you have to select the colours yourself and hope they look good together. Even though that costs way more effort, I still like doing it and therefore I decided to buy a new mono eyeshadow and give mono eyeshadows in general another try. I ended up buying a shade I have been wanting to buy for a long time by L’Oreal, and today I’ll be reviewing it. If you’re interested in finding out more about it, keep on reading!
Nude eyeshadow palettes have been trendy for years now. It all started with the Urban Decay Naked palettes and nowadays most brands have their own version of the nude eyeshadow palette. So does L’Oreal. After the first few reviews I read about it I was determined I would never spend my money on it, but after I swatched it myself I did it anyways. If you’re interested in finding out why and finding out whether it’s worth the money or not, keep on reading!
A while ago L’Oreal launched a new foundation for the oily skin, the Infallible 24H-Matte Foundation. Because I struggle with oily skin and I love testing new foundations I was really excited about it and I really wanted to try it. And so I did. I went to the store and bought myself a tube. After testing it for over a month it’s time for me to review it. If you’re interested in finding out more about this foundation, keep on reading!
I don’t know why or how, but a year ago I absolutely hated wearing lip products. Nowadays I’m a huge lipstick junkie. It’s funny to see things change like that in such a short amount of time, isn’t it? Lately I’ve been buying quite a few lipsticks, one of which is a gorgeous not too basic but still wearable one by L’Oreal. Today I felt like it was time for me to review it. If you’re interested in finding out whether or not this lipstick will become a favorite for mine, keep on reading!
Primer is one of those products that I use every single time I apply makeup. I used to think they were unnecessary, but now that I use them, I’m hooked. I’ve tried many different ones throughout the years, but I never really found one I genuinely liked. Therefore I decided to buy some new ones in London and hopefully find one that I do like. Today it’s time for me to review the first one, which is the L’Oreal Infallible Mattifying Base. If you’re interested in finding out more about it, keep on reading!