Finding the right shade for anything makeup related isn’t an easy feat. What you see elsewhere, whether it’s a lipstick or eyeshadow shade, may not end up being in your favour (but one can always improvise).
Finding a foundation shade to match your skin tone, on the other hand, is a skill that requires a lot of trial and error (at least for me). Even with knowing your skin tone and undertone, it can sometimes be tricky. Luckily, as the name suggests, L’Oreal True Match Super-Blendable Makeup can help with finding your True Match.
Formulated with Precise Match Technology, L’Oreal True Match Super-Blendable Makeup precisely matches skin’s tone and texture and coordinates perfectly with L’Oreal True Match Powder, Blush, and Concealer.
Available in 23 skin-true shades, this ultra-pure formula contains no oils, fragrances, or pore-clogging fillers, so all there is to see is beautiful, radiant, flawless skin. It also contains Vitamins A and C, wheat germ and grape fruit extract to keep skin nourished, protected and healthy.
This liquid foundation is easily blendable and provides a buildable light-medium coverage. Once the foundation was applied, it took a little while to set in but once it did, my skin looked and felt smooth. It’s lightweight and gives that natural finish that doesn’t look or feel cakey on the skin.
By the end of the day, the foundation stayed on but there was a bit of shine around my t-zone, nothing too greasy-looking. A bit of touch-up throughout the day is needed if I wanted absolute no shine. But a little bit of shine doesn’t bother me too much, as it gives a bit of a natural glow.
Overall, if you’re looking for a light-to-medium coverage foundation with a natural finish, this L’Oreal True Match Super-Blendable Makeup is exactly what you need. If you have oily skin, I would recommend setting the foundation with a really good setting spray or powder or touch-up throughout the day.
What are your thoughts on L’Oreal True Match Super-Blendable Makeup? Do you have a hard time finding your perfect foundation match?