This is a sponsored post for SheSpeaks/L’Oréal.
I was able to try out L’Oreal Paris Visible Lift Blur Foundation and I chose 212 Classic Tan, one of 12 shades available. I have used quite a few L’Oreal products in my makeup lovin life so I was excited to try this out.
L’Oreal Paris Visible Lift Blur Foundation claims: Instantly blurs lines, spots and uneven texture for younger looking skin in just seconds. Skin feels touchably soft and smooth.
L’Oreal Paris Visible Lift Blur Foundation in Classic Tan is a good match for my skin tone and it is the darkest available. Hopefully L’Oreal makes darker shades someday for the rest of the brown beauties out there! The foundation feels very lightweight and I think it provided decent medium coverage. It even helped hide 2 pesky vitiligo patches that recently popped up by my right eye. My skin did indeed feel soft and smooth as if I’d only used my moisturizer. It was very easy to apply and blend with a round makeup sponge, dabbing a bit extra wherever I wanted more coverage.
I laugh so hard and smile a lot so I do have some laugh lines and I have a few dark spots on my chin area from a recent breakout. L’Oreal Paris Visible Lift Blur Foundation did a good job at making them less noticeable. They weren’t completely covered but that’s not what this foundation claims to do. It leaves my skin looking and feeling natural but with a more even look and that’s what I like for a typical day.
L’Oréal Paris Visible Lift Blur Foundation comes in a squeeze tube and includes SPF 18. I use sunscreen under my foundation but having it included in the product is a good thing in case I forget! So far today my foundation has lasted 6.5 hours without touchup even though I totally forgot to set with powder. For me, this is a keeper!
L’Oréal Paris Visible Lift Blur Foundation retails for about $14.99 for 1.3 fl oz and as of this month you can probably find it at most drugstores.
If you’ve tried this product what are your thoughts? Would you prefer makeup that includes sunscreen? Do you wear foundation in the summer?