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
https://www.loreal.com/

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3.6

3,417 products

84,327 reviews

63% would repurchase

Recent L'Oreal Paris Reviews

Mascara -L'Oreal Paris -Voluminous Mascara - Carbon Black

on 3/19/2019 11:17:00 PM

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OVERALL: DO NOT RECOMMEND
I was looking for a drugstore dupe of my favorite high end mascara (I swear by Chanel inimitable). This one was nice in some respects but overall I WONT REPURCHASE because it gave me raccoon eyes and went all over my eye, smudging upon application.

PROS
- Price; affordable
- I like the wand
- Nicely separated the lashes (didn't clump)
- Better than my last experience with a drugstore mascara looking for a dupe. The Covergirl Professional Super Thick Lash Waterproof is horrible, absolutely stay away from that one
- Has a more "liquidy" formula that I like. It isn't dry when you first pull the wand out (like the aforementioned Covergirl). I like that consistency but I don't know if it contributed to the raccoon eyes. The Chanel mascara I like has that consistency without smudging all over and under my eyes

CONS
- Gave me raccoon eyes. This is pretty major for me and I won't repurchase any mascara that does this
- Smudged upon application on the upper lid too, thereby ruining any eyeshadows/liners that had already been applied





Pressed Powders -L'Oreal Paris -True Match Super-Blendable Powder

on 3/19/2019 9:49:00 PM

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This product made me so confused. I spent a long time researching the right shade for me and I bought the Neutral Natural Buff N3. The product came and the shade was so "perfect" and matched my skin so well that I could barely see it on my face. I'm not sure if that's how a perfect shade is supposed to work since I never felt like I found my best shade in other foundations, but it had little to no coverage and I needed to apply many layers in order to really see its presence, perhaps why I finished the container so fast. The coverage only allowed me to use it to just even out my skin tone a little bit, really. Am I doing something wrong here? Is it just a regular setting powder with different shades and I misunderstood it as a powder foundation? Well I think I just had an epiphany then. Sorry, changed the rating from two to three stars. Welp, excuse me. Anyway, I unfortunately did not pay particular attention to how well it controlled my shine (although probably not spectacular), but after giving up on it as a foundation that provided coverage I did use it solely and oh-wow-actually-correctly as a powder to mattify my face after applying sunscreen and it did its job. Still don't think it's a 5-star product partially due to the frustrating experience that I had due to my stupidity. Oh and the hinge of the container broke quite early on for no obvious reason and the rest of the plastic parts just continued to disintegrate, cheap packaging you might say.

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Conditioner -L'Oreal Paris -ELVIVE Extraordinary Clay Rebalancing Conditioner

on 3/19/2019 8:00:00 PM

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I used it for over a year but I've moved on. It sounded like it was made just for me, oily roots and dry ends, but it didn't do anything to solve the problem, my hair still got greasy in about 36 hours and the ends were still dry. Besides the fact that it didn't work, it was an ok conditioner that moisturized and softened my just-shampooed hair, kinda. The smell was alright, too. I used it for so long because I was just tired of searching for another one and this didn't give me any actual problems.


Shampoo -L'Oreal Paris -ELVIVE Extraordinary Clay Rebalancing Shampoo

on 3/19/2019 7:40:00 PM

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I used it for over a year but I've moved on. It sounded like it was made just for me, oily roots and dry ends, but it didn't do anything to solve the problem, my hair still got greasy in about 36 hours and the ends were still dry. Besides the fact that it didn't work, it was just a regular shampoo that cleansed hair well and not over-drying. The smell was alright, too. I used it for so long because I was just tired of searching for another one and this didn't give me any actual problems.


Brows -L'Oreal Paris -x Isabel Marant Wanted Brow Gel

on 3/19/2019 5:32:00 PM

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At first, like many people I was intrigued by the L'Oreal Paris Isabel Marant capsule collection. I went for her brow gel which can double as a clear mascara (I love the latter with a stained or bold lip). What can I say? At $21, this was a rip-off and, yes, I am a fool to have parted with my money. The brush is too tiny to be used on one's eyelashes. The formula itself is weak. And, let's take a moment to consider the weird slogan on the side of the tube: "WANTED! Sometimes, to get what you want, you have to stage a hold up". Yes, I know there's a pun going on here, but that just sounds silly. And, given all the events of the last two years, kind of off-colour.

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