L'Oréal S.A. is a French cosmetics company headquartered in Clichy, Hauts-de-Seine with a registered office in Paris. It is the world's largest cosmetics company and has developed activities in the field of cosmetics, concentrating on hair colour, skin care, sun protection, make-up, perfumes and hair care, the company is active in the dermatology, toxicology, tissue engineering, and biopharmaceutical research fields and is the top nanotechnology patent-holder in the United States

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Recent L'Oreal Reviews

Foundations -L'Oreal -Infallible Total Cover

on 11/22/2017 3:34:00 PM


After using the L'Oreal Pro Matte Infallible and liking it a lot, I decided to give this a try. I have fairly even skin with a little bit of redness around my nose, and a couple sun spots and this stuff does a nice job of evening up my skin. I use a large round 'toothbrush' style foundation brush to apply it, and it does a great job of applying it evenly and completely. I wouldn't call it FULL coverage, but it is a Medium-Full. I've used it on blemishes and it's made them invisible, but won't completely cover a dark freckle on my cheek. A little goes a long way, (I use a bit more than a pea size on the back of my hand and it does my entire face, and blends down to my neck. The texture (with the brush) seems a little too airy to provide total coverage, but it does fine for my purposes. I've worn it in the heat of summer and while doing a bit of work at volunteer events and it doesn't seem to move.

The shades I've used (303-304-305) seem to complement my skin tone extremely well, with no demarcation due to oxidation. It stays on very well all day (I do use a powder to set it. Infallible pro matte) and aside from an after lunch touch up of powder, (I do still get shiny in my T zone, although the foundation stays put) I'm good all day. I don't notice a whole lot of transfer onto my coat collar or otherwise (except for the powder, if I'm honest) and it does not seem to irritate my skin at all. At the end of the day, it comes off cleanly with a microfiber cloth and cetaphil, or if I'm feeling lazy a micellar water wipe or two. (I also do liquid lipstick and eyeliner so I need at least two wipes to clean it all off)

I would say, it does seem that the three shades I've worn for the seasons run cool, so it may be a little to flat to those with warmer or rosy skin tones. (At least for the palest shades) For me it works amazingly well, as most foundations tend to oxidize warm on me giving me an orange glow that isn't at all like my normal tone. And it's definitely not too pinky, which is another challenge with the paler skin tones out there.

Liquid -L'Oreal -Infallible Pro-Matte 24HR Foundation

on 11/22/2017 2:37:00 PM


Oxidizes like there's no tomorrow. Yes it is matte but so what. I have combo skin and this foundation makes my skin looks dry! I mean really dry. Not for me.

Lipstick -L'Oreal -Colour Riche in Fairest Nude

on 11/22/2017 11:50:00 AM


I'm NC50 (chocolate brown skin)tone. This lipstick is perfect combined with another shade such as Volcanic 410 for out skin. Alone it washes out the lips. It's highly pigmented by unless you wear it with a darker pencil is a little too light colored

Lipstick -L'Oreal -Colour Riche Lipstick -- Volcanic

on 11/22/2017 11:47:00 AM


L'Oréal Paris Colour Riche Lipstick, Volcanic 410.
As others have said, it's an orange-red tone. I am an NC50 shade (milk chocolate). One Swype on my shade of skin will give you a semi sheer natural tone that doesn't need any more moisturising. More than one will give you a very pigmented vibrant look and make your lips more plump looking/feeling. For drier lips it's better than MAC lipsticks in similar shades. It's also incredibly long lasting and mixes well with other Colours Riche shades.

Conditioner -L'Oreal -Advanced Haircare - Total Repair 5 Conditioner

on 11/22/2017 2:33:00 AM


At first I was pretty disappointed with this. I was trying to save money on Kerastase and Oribe and I remembered my hairstylist once told me that L'Oreal products in general are good - and that nutrition is more important than product anyway. So, at first I was disappointed with this because unlike with my Kerastase or Oribe conditioners my hair was super frizzy after using this (with my Kerastase Elixir Ultime Shampoo, which I feel is pretty non-drying) and much drier. I was afraid it was going to break if I kept using it. It felt like more of a shampoo than a conditioner really, albeit slightly moisturizing.

So, so as not to waste it, I decided to try it as a co-wash/shampoo+conditioner type deal since it felt more like a shampoo anyways. I think as a conditioner after a shampoo it's too drying for me. It's an OK level of moisture if you have fine, oily hair - like I do - but not if it's also pretty delicate and breaks easily, like mine does. You can't strip away so much of your natural oils.

Using this alone I end up with the perfect level of cleanliness, moisture, volume, and bounciness. Maybe even better than with Oribe and Kerastase, which sometimes do weigh my waves down too much. Perfect fix - and now I save money on conditioner and shampoo : )

Oh and it smells coconut-y, which I love.

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