Tuesday, January 8, 2013

L'Oreal Magic Smooth Soufflé Review

Now, I know this isn't a new product, but this is a product that I FINALLY gave in to and I figured it'd be a good one to write a review on for those of you that are curious like I was. This is a little pricey for a drugstore product (around $16), which is one reason I was hesitant to buy it. I have looked at this foundation for months and months and when it was on sale I just had to pick it up.

My first impression wasn't great - it looked a little dry and flaky on my skin. But when I used this (for my second time) with my Sigma F84 brush (instead of my RT Expert Face Brush) it looked flawless! Also, the color selections were hard to judge because when you look at the product in the jar (yes, I opened all of the colors - oops!) the product looks darker than they actually are when you put it on your face. But those were the only cons of this product.

I have very oily skin and this product makes you matte all day long! This is a semi-full coverage foundation but it is so light and mousse-like that you can barely feel it on your skin. It is very blendable and the packaging is to die for :)

I do not recommend this product for dry skin - I feel that it would look cakey and would probably dry your skin out even more. However, I think this product would be perfect for oily skin types. Let me know if you've used this product and your thoughts!


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  4. $16? i think that i might jump for it.. great review :)

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  6. My friend tried this and she said it wasn't cakey at all, you need to apply with fingers though, I defo want to try it out :)
    LaceyLoves x