L’Oreal Infallible Advanced Never Fail Makeup Nude Beige  » Cosmetics  »
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  • It was a little more expensive than my Revlon, at about $14 for the bottle, but it wasn't too much of a difference that it would deter me from purchasing it, and if it was a good product, it would definitely be worth the investment
  • I have very oily skin, and am prone to breakouts that I like to hide, and most liquid foundations just don't have the thickness or consistency to hide blemishes very well and act, mostly, as just something to even out the skin tone
  • Yes, my skin tone can use some even-ing, but it definitely needs to be able to cover a blemish effectively as well, so consistency is a big issue, and wether or not it's an oil free product, because no doubt I don't need to invest in something that's going to cause a bigger oil problem than I already have to deal with on a constant basis
  • I learned the hard way to clean the nozel as good as possible before putting it away, because this product dries very fast, so you have to wipe it down before capping it
  • Still, I think I might have found a makeup to replace my trusted Revlon, at least until I find something better


    • by Anasuya
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      The L’Oreal Infallible Advanced Never Fail Makeup Nude Beige color had a lot to live up to with a name like that. I’m very used to using Revlon colorstay. That’s been my make-up, for the most part, for the past ten years, with the exception of a few times here and there when I really want to experiment and see if perhaps there’s not something a little better out there. And when I saw this L’Oreal product, calling itself Infallible, I wanted to try it and see if it lives up to those claims. It was a little more expensive than my Revlon, at about $14 for the bottle, but it wasn’t too much of a difference that it would deter me from purchasing it, and if it was a good product, it would definitely be worth the investment.

      I have very oily skin, and am prone to breakouts that I like to hide, and most liquid foundations just don’t have the thickness or consistency to


      hide blemishes very well and act, mostly, as just something to even out the skin tone. Yes, my skin tone can use some even-ing, but it definitely needs to be able to cover a blemish effectively as well, so consistency is a big issue, and wether or not it’s an oil free product, because no doubt I don’t need to invest in something that’s going to cause a bigger oil problem than I already have to deal with on a constant basis. And it IS an oil free product, so that’s one mark in its favor.

      I also really like the bottle. It has a pump action nozel, so this way you don’t have to worry about contaminating the bottle by using a finger or anything like that. I still used a sponge when applying it for reasons I’ll explain in a minute, but it’s still nice to know that the chance of it becoming contaminated with bacteria and germs found naturall (and sometimes not-so-naturally) in ...


      • the body. The pump did, however, have a tendency to get clogged, and then I would push the pump down harder and a whole lot would come squirting out. I learned the hard way to clean the nozel as good as possible before putting it away, because this product dries very fast, so you have to wipe it down before capping it.

        And it’s the drying factor that had me using a sponge to apply. I usually used to apply using my finger, but it’s hard to spread it quickly and thoroughly using a finger when a product dries as quickly as this. If you don’t take your time, you could end up with a blotching mess that doesn’t blend well. I had to work in sections and just use the sponge to gently pat the makeup up, forehead first, then beneath the eyes and around the nose, then work on one cheek at a time and then the chin and jaw line. As long as

        I took my time and patted it instead of spreading it on, it went on much more smoothly and blended more thoroughly.

        It actually covered the blemishes very well too, and it never felt like I was wearing anything heavy, especially since it dried very quickly. A lot of people have said this product dries out their skin, but because I have naturally very oily skin, I didn’t have this problem at all, and it actually seemed to halt or block the oil production. When I did get oily, however, I had to be sure to blot with rice papers otherwise the makeup had a tendency to smudge and gather in creases, and we all know how unattractive that looks. Otherwise, it did have a very long wear-time, though maybe not as long as the 18 hours the bottle claims. Still, I think I might have found a makeup to replace my trusted Revlon, at least until I find something better. Nice product and very much worth the price.




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