I have got a serious love affair going on at the moment with L'oreal, I mean it's always been up there and a go to trusted high street brand but they have taken it to another level recently with their new additions such as the Infallible range.
There was so much buzz around the new L'Oreal infallible range literally the minute it hit the shelves and it's clear to see why! The total cover full coverage foundation £9.99 is the best I have ever tried and I actually managed to find a shade that is perfect for my skin tone which never happens, I usually have to mix two shades to get a match, I have a fairly dark olive/lightly tanned skin tone so find that most foundation shades turn me into Casper the ghost or too far the other way and looking like Grace Jones! (anyone under 25 Google her).
It really does live up to it's claims of full coverage and what's more amazing is that it not only looks completely natural but feels it too, like a second skin! It has such a weightless feel on the skin which is perfect as the weather starts getting warmer, because nobody wants that horrible heavy mask like feel right?!
The consistency is sort of mouse like rather than a liquid and it just seems to effortlessly melt into your skin, taking no time at all to blend. It claims to last upto 24 hours but I cant vouch for that as I will never actually need it to last that long, my days of all night raving are long gone!
Another great product in the Infallible range is the total cover concealer palette which has three shades of beige concealer to cover eye bags, spots, imperfections etc all with the same awesome coverage as the foundation, plus there is a green one that neutralizes redness and a purple one that corrects discolouration and brightens so you would use it for dark circles, veins etc.
This next great product that I have glowing reviews about is the Nude Magique BB Powder, it is a super fine powder that acts as a 3 in 1 skin perfector. I use it as a setting powder for my foundation and throughout the day to combat the dreaded shine and it really is so natural looking, not cakey at all.