Wednesday, 22 June 2016

Believe The Hype | L'oreal Cushion Foundation

 
It's really rare that I jump on a foundation hype, but there was something about the Nude Magique Cushion Foundation that I could not ignore. The whole beauty world has been raving about this cushion foundation (and it's high end sister) and I just needed to test it for myself. I'm here to tell you whether you should believe the hype (although the title has probably already given you a hint)...





The 
Nude Magique Cushion Foundation takes everything we know about traditional foundation and turns it on his head. The liquid revolutionary foundation features a cushion, which is drenched in the foundation. The Nude Magique Cushion Foundation comes packaged in a beautiful metallic purple compact, you flip the lid to find a sponge and then you lift the second lid to reveal the cushion. L'oreal recommend taking the sponge inside the compact and tapping the foundation onto the skin. As with most freebie brushes and sponges, I much preferred applying the foundation with my brush collection.

What is really nice about this foundation, is that the coverage really is buildable, take a little bit on a brush for a sheer luminous finish, or apply extra layers for a medium coverage. The foundation blends into skin really nicely, giving your skin a luminous glow, it looks incredibly natural and pretty. It does not seperate on my skin and it lasts really really too. 

The Nude Magique Cushion Foundation is available in seven different shades, which are currently all quite light, so I hope they widen up the shades in the near future. The formulation is fragrance free and it is enriched with SPF 25, which gives you a little bit of protection if you happen to be caught in the sun! It's currently unknown how long this new formulation will last, but L'oreal do say that you can remove the cushion from the compact and flip over to the reverse side for more product. The Nude Magique Cushion Foundation is available now, priced at £14.99




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