Review – L’Oréal Paris – Perfect Match

Hey my loves,

over the last couple of weeks I’ve been trying out the foundation, powder and concealer from the L’Oréal Paris Perfect Match collection. And I thought it was about time that I do my very fist review on those three products.

Le Teint – Perfect Match – Foundation – R3/C3 Beige Rose

The foundation is smooth and therefore very blendable, which in my eyes is a good thing and also it makes it easy to build up the coverage of the foundation as you prefer it. With a primer underneath the foundation it lasts me a whole day and throughout the day it feels very light on the skin (depending on how much you use, I use about 2 1/2 pumps).

L'Oréal Paris - le teint Perfect Match - R3 C3 Beige Rosé


 

Le Poudre – Perfect Match – Powder – D5/W5 Golden Sand

The powder is lightweight, but is caking up over the day which is not so great. But the powder covers the last bits and pieces of redness or color incorrectness you might have, which I personally think is great. And also on good skin days I can wear the powder alongside some concealer without using any foundation and it stays on pretty well. If you apply the powder with a sponge (preferably with the one it came with) you can set the undereye area perfectly .


 

True Match – Concealer – 3 Creme

The Concealer is not my favorite one. It blends good with the foundation and skin and is buildable, but I quite need a lot of product for redness. Without setting it, the concealer does not last very long, so I would suggest setting it with (preferably) the Le Poudre Perfect Match Powder.


 

Over all, for a drugstore foundation and powder these products are perfect and give a great finish. However the concealer could be better in my eyes.

I hope you enjoyed my first review. Please let me know how your experience with these products were! Contact me on Twitter or Facebook!

Xoxo, Jasmin.

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