Beauty Review – Loreal Infallible 24 Hour Matte Powder. Is it worth the money?

Loreal Infallible 24 Hour Matte Powder Beauty Review


Here’s today’s review of the new Loreal Infallible 24 Hour Matte Powder. Find out if this is worth to try, and worth your money too!

Finally! I found a good drugstore matte powder that I love. I’ve heard a lot of good reviews about this and now that I have tested it on myself, I can definitely say that I am a convert!

Bought it in the shade warm vanilla. I thought I got it in the wrong shade because it was a bit lighter for me when I first applied it on. After awhile it sat beautifully on my skin and blended perfectly with my skin tone.

Beauty Review – Loreal Infallible 24 Hour Matte Powder. Is it worth the money?

It is a good pairing with my Bobbi Brown SPF 15 Tinted Moisturiser Oil Free and Bourjois Healthy Mix Serum foundation.

It doesn’t crack, break or leave unflattering lines on my face. And it doesn’t feel cakey at all like other matte powder does when you have it on for longer hours. It’s like a loose powder when you sweep your brush on but still keep as a compact powder which I love. Some drugstore powder tend to become hard solid pressed after several use.

My skin  is looking fresher all day. I used it everyday and I only need to do a little touch up before I leave the office. It finishes off very smooth and very fine texture on my skin. It stayed true to its form for being a matte powder.

You can also wear it on its own and it will still be beautiful on the skin. It is in a three-fold compact packaging with a sponge applicator storage separately. Although, I prefer using a kabuki brush and I think it works best for me and it is easier to use.

Loreal Infallible Matte Powder 24 Hour other shades:

•Sand Beige

Have you tried Loreal Infallible 24 Hour Matte Powder?

Which drugstore matte powder do you swear by?

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