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|L’Oreal Paris Magic Nude Liquid Powder Bare Skin Perfecting Makeup|
When I was invited by SheSpeaks to try the new Magic
Nude Liquid Powder Bare Skin Perfecting Makeup from L’Oreal Paris and tell them what I
thought, I was eager to see how I would like it. I requested the product in Nude Beige #316 that has SPF 18 protection and am happy to report it was a great match for my light warm skin.
This foundation appears a bit thinner in consistency than
some L’Oréal Paris foundations I have used in the past, but it glides on
wonderfully. However, the real test is what happens once
this product goes on. I found that you had to work fast to apply it
because this one dries rather quickly. I got lightweight coverage
that did dry to a nice powder-like finish. In fact, I liked how this
foundation seemed to blend so well into my dry skin without weighing it
|Swatch of L’Oréal Paris Magic Nude Liquid Powder Bare Skin Perfecting Nude Beige Makeup|
I didn’t need to touch up with any sort of translucent
powder from morning until nearly dinner. On most occasions, I follow
liquid foundations with a light sweep of loose translucent powder and then touch
up later if needed with the pressed form to look fresh.
I just wish the bottle would had come with a pump
dispenser to lessen the risk of contamination. Instead of using your finger
to get this foundation out, I recommend keeping a few cotton swabs handy to
stick in the bottle to pick up the foundation. Blend or press those dabs in quickly
with your makeup sponge or fingers and you will keep the foundation better
protected from bacteria.
I thought Magic Nude Liquid Powder Bare Skin Perfecting Makeup was a
good product at a reasonable price for someone that doesn’t need heavy
coverage. Visit the L’Oréal Paris website for more information or
find this product at your local drugstore.
*Disclaimer: Free products were provided
from SheSpeaks and L’Oréal Paris to facilitate this review–not my opinion.*