The last time I was in the US, the L’Oreal Infallible Pro-Matte Foundation was extremely hyped up on Youtube. “It’s a matte foundation from the drugstore! It’s full coverage!” etc…
Did I really need another foundation? Obviously not, especially since I love the Estee Lauder Double Wear and I’m not going to run out of it any time soon. But hey… I had to check out American products while I could get my hands on them!
What it does: (from the Ulta website)
For the 1st time, a super gliding mattifying formula with a high water content for maximum comfort that lasts. Contains Shine Defy Blotting Spheres that act like blotting paper to mimic makeup artist gesture, instantly absorbing sweat and oil without disturbing color pigments. Medium coverage.
Price: Ulta lists this product for $13 for 1 oz. Drugstore foundations are getting pretty pricey!
Availability: L’Oreal products are widely available at US drugstores. I had no problems finding this.
What I thought:
First off, I really like the packaging. Many people gripe about how drugstore foundations come in glass bottles without pumps, which dispense too much product at once. These squeeze tubes are the perfect solution, and they are probably cheaper to produce than pumps. I especially like this kind of packaging for travel because they are lighter than glass bottles.
This product was extremely cakey on my skin. I like matte foundations, but this seemed to be too matte, even in warm weather. It looked too fake to apply on my skin.
I decided to mix it with the MUFE Ultra HD foundation, which made my skin look too shiny. Score! The mix of the two foundations worked perfectly on my skin, giving it a natural finish and lasting well!
Would I repurchase? Maybe. I still think the Estee Lauder Double Wear is a better foundation if you need full coverage, and this was too matte for me. However, it is a great option for matte foundations from the drugstore!
Hope you enjoyed this review!