Thursday, September 22, 2011

L'Oreal True Match Roller Review

L'Oreal True Match Roller
Grade: B+
Purchase Price: $13.99
Purchase Place: Ulta

When I saw the L'Oreal True Match Roller for the first time I instantly wanted to try it. However due to the price I put off buying it for awhile, hoping to find it on sale one day. The last time i purchased from Ulta I decided to go ahead and purchase it even though it wasn't on sale. I have found that I really love the True Match Roller, however it does take time and patience to work with. When I first used this the first thing I noticed when I used the foundation is that the product is very hard, and it takes several rolls to get any product on the roller. Also it does take awhile to load the roller especially the first time around because the roller does soak up some of the product. It also takes more than one application to get full coverage. However after you do achieve full coverage it's wonderful. This is the best full coverage I've gotten out of a foundation since the max factor pan stik. To me the L'Oreal True Match Roller is worth all the work it takes to apply it. I absolutely love the little roller I think it does a good job at applying the product and was very pleased with it. After the foundation was applied it gave me not only great coverage with a nearly flawless look but it also gave me a very matte finish which I loved. I'm happy with the product especially because I think the benefits outweigh the time it takes to apply. It lasted all day but I must say I did use a good face primer and set it with a translucent powder. When I used this foundation I didn't notice any smell to the product and the foundation didn't irritate my skin. This product claims to give you a smooth airbrushed finished with no streaks and I feel i got exactly that, so i do feel it lives up to the claims. Overall I do like this foundation and probably will repurchase in the future when needed especially if i can find it on sell. If you have been interested in getting this product I recommend trying but only if you have the time and patience to work with it.

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