L'Oreal Paris

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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3,406 products

84,379 reviews

63% would repurchase

Recent L'Oreal Paris Reviews

Mascara -L'Oreal Paris -Voluminous Lash Paradise Mascara

on 4/23/2019 3:46:00 AM


I never found a favourite mascara, most are just fine. Except for this one, this one I really dislike. Its clumpy, stiff, hard to handle. I've used it for 4 days and can't wait to bin it. Quite a shame.

Hair -L'Oreal Paris -Elnett Hairspray

on 4/22/2019 10:38:00 PM


I googled to find a hair spray with strong hold. I used Davines Wizard Spray previously but they don't make that magical excellent product anymore.....so I bought Elnett. It's a really tall gold bottle, it looks pretty. I sprayed it on my side swept bangs.....this is where I need extreme hold because my bangs want to just fall flat down in front of my face. The first thing I noticed was the smell of the product. Oh boy, it smells like rancid old hairspray a dusty old lady would use. Hair spray smells usually don't bother me and they usually disappear - not this one. The smell stays till you wash your hair. I smell it when the wind blows on my hair, I smell it when I turn my head, and I smell it when I go to sleep - like it's on my pillow. The spray comes out in a very fine mist.....after it lands on my hair, I hit that hair with a blow drier to seal it into place. This spray does have incredible hold power, but I cannot brush through it at all. Because of the bad smell I can never buy this again.....but it does have hold (after I hit it with a hot blowdrier). Even the name "Elnett" sounds to me like some outdated old fashioned dusty product,,,,,it sure smells like one.

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Bronzers -L'Oreal Paris -True Match Lumi Bronze It Bronzing Powder

on 4/22/2019 10:09:00 PM


I have it in the lightest shade, which is a nice cool toned light brown. When I first saw this in the store, I thought it was going to be glittery and overly shiny on my face. I'm afraid of that as someone with oily skin. But it just looks like glowy healthy skin. The glow helps it to not look dirty or patchy like some matte bronzers tend to look on me.

I like that it can be used subtly with a small amount, but it's also pigmented enough to where I don't have to dig my brush into the pan over and over again to get it to show up. The texture is extremely soft and blendable.

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Mascara -L'Oreal Paris -Voluminous Million Lashes Mascara

on 4/22/2019 8:51:00 AM


I have extremely long natural eyelashes (go ahead, hate me) but they are very fair and therefore need a deep colour, low clump mascara. I usually avoid anything with the word “volume” in it - I need definition, not volume - but the plastic brush is great at separating lashes. The thin tip makes it easier to get those corner lashes as well. Mostly, I love that it’s super easy to find in the mornings because of its shiny gold colour 😅 Much easier than the standard black tube.

Lipstick -L'Oreal Paris -Colour Riche Lipstick - British Red

on 4/20/2019 12:18:00 PM


My mom had this in the 80s/ early 90s when it was called British Red Coat, and I used to sneak it on from time to time, sometimes topping it off with L’Oreal’s “X-Rated” gloss. I remember it being more pink, but this was easily 30 years ago, and maybe the shade was changed a bit along with the name. Commercial food stylists apparently favored this shade for strawberries, and that sounds about right. It is *such* a rich, beautiful red, with both orange and pink tones (on me, anyway, NC15) depending on the light and which blush and foundation I have on. This reminds me quite a bit of Chanel Rouge Coco in Arthur, in both color and texture, but this is a deeper and less tomato-y red. The formula for British Red is also much better- it has a gel-like shine and is not “slippy”; it clings nicely to the lips. The $5.99- $9.99 USD price tag doesn’t hurt, either. Like all of the gold-tubed Colour Riche non-matte lipsticks, it is too emollient for lip pencil, so keep that in mind. Oh, and I happen to L O V E the smell; some say “Play-Doh” (a great smell, tbh!), but to me it’s more of a powdery violet-rose. French and beautiful.

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