|L'Oreal True Match Foundation|
After reading tons of rave reviews about it, I decided to give the L'Oreal True Match Foundation a try. I'd been wanting to try a new foundation for a good while and its promise of natural looking, flawless skin drew me in.
The thing that makes this foundation stand out from all of the other drugstore foundations is its shade range. There's a huge selection of shades to choose from; 23 to be exact - which is amazing for the high street. True Match caters for warm, neutral and cool tones - so there's a shade for everyone. Usually, I have trouble when trying to match a foundation colour as I find that many foundations are too pink toned for me. However, I didn't have any problem whatsoever with this range. I went with the shade "W4" as I have warm, yellow undertones and it matches my summer tan perfectly.
True Match has a silky texture and feels super lightweight on the skin. It gives medium coverage that is buildable and blends beautifully. It covers any blemishes and redness effortlessly and doesn't cling to any dry patches. I would say that this foundation gives a satin finish as it's not a dewy or matte finish, rather it's somewhere in between. It offers a flawless yet natural, skin-like finish with a hint of radiance and a brightening effect to the skin. I find that this foundation is pretty long lasting with no need for touch-ups; it stays put until the end of the day with minimal shine. It contains SPF17 and comes in a 30ml glass bottle with an inbuilt pump.
My thoughts overall? I love this product and I'd happily recommend it to anyone! It's my current favourite highstreet/drugstore foundation and I think it will be for a long while!
The L'Oreal True Match foundation is priced at £9.99 - and I think it's worth every penny!
It's available to buy from: Boots | Superdrug | Feel Unique |
What's your current favourite foundation? Have you tried this one?