Review: L’Oreal True Match Touche Magique Anti-Fatigue and Illuminating Concealer

This is a review for the L’Oreal True Match Touche Magique Anti-Fatigue and Illuminating Concealer.  This was a gift with purchase I got in London. This product may not be available in the US as I could not find it on the L’Oreal USA website.

This product comes with a cap, which I removed for this picture.

What it does:
L’Oréal Paris True Match Touche Magique Concealer is an anti-fatigue and illuminating concealer which helps to visibly improve the appearance of dark circles and fine lines, leaving the delicate skin around the eye area looking radiant and smooth.
Now available in 6 new customised shades, in warm, cool and neutral tones to perfectly match the colour texture of your skin.
L’Oréal Paris True Match Touche Magique has a soft brush applicator, making precise and controlled application easy.
(from boots.com)

A closeup of the brush. 
Turn the other end of the brush and it will come out of the brush.

Swatched heavily

Blended

Price: will vary, boots.com has this for 7.20 GBP (about 8 USD)


Pros:
- Very smooth and easy to blend
- Does not get into fine lines
- light to medium coverage

Cons:
- This product only comes in 6 shades.  I found it hard to find a shade with the correct undertone.  I ended up getting the one with the correct undertone, but it is slightly too light
- I don’t like the applicator.  I think these types of applicators are unsanitary, and it is easy to get too much product.  I apply the product to the back of my hand instead of directly to my face.

Would I repurchase?  No, I need something with a bit more coverage, and I really don’t like the brush.

Hope you enjoyed this review!

xoxo, K

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11 Thoughts on “Review: L’Oreal True Match Touche Magique Anti-Fatigue and Illuminating Concealer

  1. Thanks for the review! I think that I had a product that had an applicator brush similar to that. I didn’t like it either.

  2. oh too bad, it didn’t work out for you. I was hoping that this would be good. awesome review though!

  3. notarichgirl on July 29, 2011 at 23:49 said:

    I wasn’t a fan of this product either..

  4. It’s too bad that it doesn’t allow that much coverage and there is a limited shade range. Also, I have to agree with your thoughts on the applicator.

    Thanks for the review, K!

  5. I was looking at this product cause I thought it might be similar  to YSL’s Touche Eclat. =/
    And I think this is available in the USA because it’s available in Canada

  6. cosmeddicted on August 3, 2011 at 21:12 said:

    I don’t like lipglosses with this kind of applicator, either. It’s too difficult to keep sanitary!

  7. cosmeddicted on August 3, 2011 at 21:12 said:

    If you get to try it out, I hope it works for you!

  8. cosmeddicted on August 3, 2011 at 21:12 said:

    It’s so hard to find a good concealer.  What’s your current favorite?

  9. cosmeddicted on August 3, 2011 at 21:12 said:

    You’re welcome! It’s so difficult to color match with a product when you can’t see it!

  10. cosmeddicted on August 3, 2011 at 21:13 said:

    Did you like the Touche Eclat? I haven’t had a chance to try it!

  11. notarichgirl on August 3, 2011 at 22:39 said:

    I’ve been using Bobbi Brown corrector in Peach as a concealer.

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