I’ve managed to get hold of L’Oreal Paris Nude Magique Blur Cream (I should have bought it in Paris when I first spotted it and then this post would have happened last week). I think this is a very good entry into the blur market – I’m highly, highly sceptical about blurs, but my session with Olay 10 Minute Miracle has taught me that patience is the key. Initially, I didn’t really see a great deal of difference other than over my nose where pores were more or eradicated and looked smooth.
L’Oreal Paris Nude Magique Blur has a colour tint to it – it’s so light that it didn’t really show on my skin. However, going back to the mirror about fifteen minutes later, I could really see the difference in terms of skin looking smoother. I’m using a L’Oreal foundation at the moment and the Blur didn’t interact with that at all. It feels very silicon-y, so I really did think I would get some reaction, but nothing. If your skin runs to shiny, then you may need powder over the top, but all in all, I’m really impressed with this. You probably need the blessing of perfect skin in the first place to wear just L’Oreal Paris Nude Magique Blur on its own, but it certainly ticked all the boxes as a smoother with a noticeable difference on the before and after.
It hasn’t quite made it to Boots shelves yet (although a reader told me it’s in the drawers just waiting to go out!) so keep your eyes peeled, because it won’t be long.
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