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L'oreal Paris True Match Foundation Review

Now I've been using the same foundation for years, not because of brand loyalty. But because it is a mission to find a decent foundation for my particular skin tone. The sun is finally out and I've decided that it is the perfect time for a change.

I have seen the L'oreal Paris True Match Foundation #YoursTruly campaign on the TV many a time. Boosting that their foundation is available in 23 shades and matches 98% of UK skin tones. I was curious, and set off on my hunt to find it. It took me a while to actually get my hands on it as it was always sold out or not in stock no matter what shop I went to. 

I finally picked mine up from Superdrug and made the most of my UniDays 10% off discount. I got the shade C10 espresso. And I have to say I am rather impressed with it, I like that it isn't full coverage. In this heat I don't want my face to be caked. However, if you are after a fuller coverage another layer will sort that. 

I found the foundation very blend able, and left my skin with a flawless luxurious finish which left my skin with a healthy glow. It contains SPF 17 and comes with a pump which i find much easier to work with.

The only minor point is that the foundation is a bit oily and runny. Something which I am not used to as I normally use a stick foundation. So you may need to make sure that you set it with a good powder and setting spray. 

Overall, I would definitely recommend L'oreal Paris True Match Foundation. Great value for money at only £9.99 and all day coverage. I hope more drug store brands take note and start making foundations in more tones as there is a real gap in the market.

Have you tried L'oreal Paris True Match, and if so what was your opinion of it?. Do you have a favourite drug store foundation?


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