Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Favourite products: L'Oréal Paris

So after being super enthusiastic about L'Oréal Paris in my review about their foundation cushion that I posted last week, I decided I should give you guys a look in my L'Oréal Paris collection!

I talked a lot about the Nude Magique Cushion, a liquid foundation in a cushion which is super practical and lovely to use. You can read the review I wrote last week here. This products is, without a doubt, my absolute favourite in my collection of L'Oréal makeup and probably kind of my favourite beauty product at the moment as well.

I've got another L'Oréal Paris foundation too, the Accord Parfait in Gold Beige. I was really happy about this one at first, I gave it a rave review in this post, but now that I've tried better foundations I'm kind of leaving it a little bit behind. It's the kind of foundation I'll be using in Summer when I've got more of a tan and I want to add an extra glow to attend to a party of some sort.

Quite a while ago I've talked a little bit about their nail polishes as well, which I think are lovely and come in classy, feminine shades. The quality is great and it's easy and practical to apply, though I prefer thick brushes over these small ones. I now and then wear the shades Oyster Bay and Roses by JLO, both really classy and elegant shades. I am though really interested in L'Oréal's latest nail polish line, the oil polish, with its happy girly shades and perfumed scent.

The Nude Palette is a classic, with a nice range of nude shades of all sorts which are easy to combine for a simple everyday look. The quality is nice and soft, though for nudes I almost always turn to my Urban Decay Nakeds.

And what is more beautiful than the Color Riche lipsticks? I'd just buy the whole range just for the dreamy packaging! I own one by Doutzen Kroes and one by JLo. Both aren't really the most covering shades, they're nudes that are nice for a very soft and natural lip. They are slightly shimmery, which is not my thing, so I don't really wear them that often. But if you're looking for simple everyday shades, these ones are a go only for their beauty already.

Now I'm curious; what products by L'Oréal Paris do you own?


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