I first posted about L’Oreal Paris Nude Magique Cushion in February when Mr BBB had been in the US where this product had already launched. So, finally it’s here and I gave it a rave review then and still do now. L’Oreal does foundation really well – in fact, I think it’s their point of excellence and renders old advice about always splashing out on a base completely useless. This stuff is £9.99.
What hadn’t launched in the US back in February was the Glam Bronze Cushion – self explanatory – but I notice it’s on offer for £7.99 HERE. I have to admit to a blogger fail that I’ve been caught out with before – the shades for the L’Oreal Paris Nude Magique Cushion are on a sticky label that covers the opening. So after I’d taken off all the labels to open the product and swatch, I got that head-desk feeling when I realised that I can’t tell you which shade is which!
If you haven’t tried a cushion foundation before, then I’d highly recommend this, especially if you get along with L’Oreal bases in the first place. The texture of the coverage is medium weight, fluid and easily blendable, that leaves skin looking a little dewy and lively. It’s an any age product because it doesn’t seem to seep into lines or creases or give any dry feeling to the complexion and dewy is the older woman’s complexion friend. Apart from the fact that you get less product than if you bought a bottle of Lumi Magique, there’s nothing not to like here.
I’ve done a selection of swatches because there is just no point in me guessing at which shade is which, but the end shade is the bronze. I’m going to take one of these on holiday with me because I think it will bypass the liquid allowance (don’t quote me on that – I could well be ‘that’ person in the queue throwing it in the bin under the watchful eye of a stern customs officer) and I’m a hand-luggage only wherever possible. L’Oreal Paris Nude Magique Cushion is HERE.
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