L’Oréal Paris Visible Lift Blur Foundation Review #VLBlurfection
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Hi, I am Amy and I love to try new makeup, and cosmetics items! Seriously, I am a nail polish hoarder, lip gloss junkie, and eye shadow enthusiast. My collection in my room is extensive and contains all sorts of brands from drugstores to department stores. The only thing my collection has maybe just two of now is foundation.
Typically, I am not a big foundation, or facial makeup person. I was blessed with nice skin, and really only use a dab of blush or bronzer depending on the season. I am sure this may change as I get older, but right now those two quick fixes are what I resort to. I have seen way too many cupcake fuzz faces with peach facial skin, and that infamous, visible neck line.
Maybe I am traumatized from all the makeup mishaps I have come across? Who knows! While I admittedly do have a cosmetics obsession, I prefer natural looks that are low key. I do dabble with an occasional eye glitter, or cat eye, but most days I am sans makeup, or wearing just mascara and gloss.
When the opportunity to try the L’Oréal Paris Visible Lift Blur Foundation came about I was interested in seeing how foundation would pair with my skin. I successfully chose my shade, and waited patiently for it to arrive. Currently, there are 12 shades that could suit even a person like my sister who has peachy porcelain like skin. I went with the because it best suited my olive complexion.
Thankfully when the product arrived it was a great fit!! Choosing that matching foundation was always a fear of mine. I sure the heck didn’t want to look like my face was either burnt, or creepishly lighter than it was.
Before trying out my L’Oréal Paris Visible Lift Blur Foundation I made sure to exfoliate my skin with my Orogold 14k Gold scrub. Not exfoliating would certainly be ground for having the infamous cake face look. After allowing my face to dry, I put on my shade of L’Oréal Paris Visible Lift Blur Foundation.
The formula was light, extremely silky, and easily blendable. This is one of those beauty products where a little goes a long way! After applying it, I was happy with my shade choice. It did not hide my sun freckles, but I am not sure if it was suppose to? I think it went on pretty well, but it was weird for me because I am just not used to full coverage makeup. Maybe it was because I knew I was wearing it? My husband didn’t seem to notice any difference, and I know just how nicely insulting he can be at times.
Overall, I think the L’Oréal Paris Visible Lift Blur Foundation did exactly what it was suppose to. It gave my face a more uniform look, and served as a great base for my hint of bronzer, and eye shadow. If you like simplicity, I think this product is for you!