Tuesday, August 23, 2016

L'Oreal Infallible 24hr Matte | FOUNDATION FOR OILY SKIN

Oily skin girl you know the daily struggle of staying shine free especially in the summer! Today I am sharing a great drugstore foundation which I am certain is going to keep that shine off your face! 

There has been so much hype around the L'oreal Infallible 24hr matte foundation so I decided to put it to the test on my oily prone skin! 

The application was easy and I found it gave a beautiful finish using my damp real techniques sponge. I could see the finish was instantly matte and it gave my skin a beautiful smoothing effect. I also noticed it did not cling to any dry patches and most importantly did not emphasise any texture. One thing to note is the formula does dry quickly so I recommend doing section by section on your face otherwise it may be hard to blend out. 

I wore the foundation for a good 6 hours and the wear was beautiful. My foundation looked just as good 6 hours later and it did keep me matte! That day I went to see the football so I was out and about in the summer sun so I was incredibly impressed. I did blot my face once or twice but that is just habit for me. I also found the foundation did not break up on me or move about anywhere on my face.

I used the shade 20 Sand. I would like to point out the foundation does seem to oxidise slightly darker than in the tube. I can still get away with this shade however it is something to note when choosing your shade. The foundation also has a yellow undertone which is perfect for us olive skin gals! I have now since bought a lighter shade which is 11 Vanilla and I find mixing the two colours works great for me.

I have done a whole video reviewing this foundation including a demo which is down below so be sure to give it a watch for more tips and thoughts on this foundation!

Let me know if you have tried this foundation and what your holy grail foundation for oily skin is!

Ivy xo


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