Thursday, 14 July 2016

Review || L'Oreal Nude Magique Cushion Foundation

Review || L'Oreal Nude Magique Cushion Foundation
When the L'Oreal Nude Magique Cushion Foundation first came out I was really intrigued by it. I know it isn't a new idea but if I am honest I hadn't ever really noticed any of the other cushion foundations currently available on the market. So, when I was in Boots about a month ago, I saw it on the L'Oreal stand and thought I would pick it up to try it out, not only because I was interested in how it worked but also I had already heard a lot of really good reviews and was desperate to try it out. 
Review || L'Oreal Nude Magique Cushion Foundation
First of all, the packaging is really great. Not only is it quite aesthetically pleasing, but it would also be great if you are travelling because you won't have to worry about anything breaking or any spillages. Another great thing is that there is a decent sized mirror in the lid, so again, great for when you are travelling or for touch-ups on the go. The only thing I probably won't ever use is the applicator that it comes with. It is a very thin sponge-like applicator which I'm sure could work but I much prefer applying this with a brush like the Real Techniques Stippling Brush or the Real Techniques Miracle Complexion Sponge
Review || L'Oreal Nude Magique Cushion Foundation
In terms of the shade, there is one pale enough, even for me which I really like because so many drugstore brands don't go pale enough for us supper pale people. It also doesn't turn orange on the skin which is another bonus, as so many other foundations do tend to oxidise slightly.
Review || L'Oreal Nude Magique Cushion Foundation
The coverage is described as buildable and I would agree. I like the fact that you can change the coverage every single day, depending on what you need. It applies a really thin layer to the skin initially and this can be layered up a few more times if necessary, to add a little extra coverage without looking heavy or cakey. In my opinion, although it is labelled as a foundation it is much more like a tinted moisturiser/BB cream in terms of coverage. It also has a really lovely dewy finish so looks really lovely on the skin and it doesn't cling to dry patches like so many other foundations do.

Have you tried this foundation before? What did you think?



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