L’Oreal are launching a brand new base product in the coming; the L’Oreal Infallible Fresh Wear Foundation in a Powder, which joins their Infallible 24H Fresh Wear Foundation.
Their liquid foundation is one of my favourites for everyday as it looks so fresh and lovely on the skin, so I’m excited about this new powder launch. Keep on reading to find out more…
L’Oreal Infallible Fresh Wear Foundation in a Powder
“Infallible up to 24H fresh wear foundation in a powder provides full coverage with a natural, matte finish. Blurs, evens, and smooths skin. Weightless, creamy texture fuses with skin upon application.
Color remains true throughout the day without drying or fading. Matte finish for up to 24H and suitable for all skin types, oily skin and acne-prone skin.“
The L’Oreal Infallible Fresh Wear Foundation in a Powder is described as being the liquid Infallible Foundation in a powder formulation, offering upto 24HR full coverage for the face, without drying or fading.
L’Oreal claim their new powder foundation offers the same full coverage of a liquid foundation, but the weightless powder texture helps to blur, even and smooth the skin all in one. It’s even said to be suitable for oily skin, helping to mattify shine without breaking up.
The L’Oreal Infallible Fresh Wear Foundation in a Powder has a matte finish to leave the skin looking fresh hour after hour, upto 24 hours and is also waterproof, sweat proof and also heatproof which is rare for a powder foundation.
Its powder formulation help to reduce the look of shine, is suitable for all skin types and that includes those with oily skin or acne prone skin. It’s priced at $11.99, and contains 9g of powder within a rounded, plastic compact.
The L’Oreal Infallible Fresh Wear Foundation in a Powder is available in the following sixteen shades;
- 5 Pearl
- 10 Porcelain
- 20 Ivory
- 120 Vanilla
- 125 Ivory Buff
- 130 True Beige
- 140 Golden Beige
- 180 Linen
- 220 Sand
- 245 Radiant Honey
- 250 Radiant Sand
- 260 Golden Sun
- 330 Hazelnut
- 355 Copper
- 365 Sienna
- 375 Deep Amber
This shade range is really, really poor with just one shade for rich skintones and one shade for fair skintones. There’s twelve ‘medium’ shades, but not a lot of variation at both the lightest and darkest ends of the shade spectrum.
Powder foundations are known for being a little more versatile in terms of shade matches, but I’d like to see L’Oreal deliver a more inclusive shade range, but it sounds like an interesting formula for sure.