Lancôme is a French luxury perfumes and cosmetics house that distributes products internationally. Lancôme is part of the L'Oreal Luxury Products division, which is its parent company and offers skin care, fragrances, and makeup at higher-end prices. (

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65% would repurchase

Recent Lancôme Reviews

Stick -Lancôme -Teint Idole Ultra Longwear Foundation Stick

on 4/18/2019 4:35:00 PM


I had a Lancome rep put this on my clean face that I'd added primer (not Lancome) to before I went in.
That was 4 hrs ago and it has almost disappeared from the red areas on which I want coverage.
It almost instantly sank into my wrinkles after she applied it (& moved it around with a brush).
I'm 72 & I am blessed with few wrinkles but what I have don't need the emphasizing this product gave.

Product looked very matt and heavy. It's only plus is that it's convenient to carry with you to re-apply...
and, trust me, you would need to re-apply. When I got home, I set it with IT powder that I love and that
didn't help either. Save your $$ for something that works...I'm still looking.

3 of 3 people found this helpful.

Powder -Lancôme -Dual Finish Versatile Powder Makeup

on 4/16/2019 8:16:00 AM


I've used this off and on since I was 21 - and I'm 63. I've switched around to both high and low but always make my way back.

I've made an effort to seriously use sunscreen so I need something that will be fast to apply and not streak. Ta dah!

I press it - don't sweep it - with a kabuki brush. I'm guessing that the Lancôme brush would be fantastic but I never got around to buying it.

It lasts, tones down the redness, doesn't sit in my lines, doesn't look super matte and generally does the job.

Usually I don't like fragrances products but Lancôme does an exceptional job of this and I haven't had a problem.

5 of 5 people found this helpful.

Liquid -Lancôme -Absolue BX Makeup Liquid Foundation


I love the way this foundation covers, very well but not mask like as so many foundations appear on mature (63) year old very dry skin...I also use the matching powder in pearl in the neutral range..The foundation is expensive at almost $70 a small one ounce standard size bottle but I love the result on my face (once my wallet stops crying). I have tried just about every foundation from el cheapo to this high end product and overall I feel it is a good buy because I don't have to reapply it several times a day and still look reasonably fresh and the color range is perfect for me...from my pale almost dead white in the winter to light to medium tan in the summer..It is attractively packaged as well and does not cause any irritation on my sometimes sensitive skin..If you do your homework you can also find a very good number of sample and trial sizes reasonably priced or free as a GWP.

3 of 3 people found this helpful.

Moisturizers -Lancôme -Absolue cream


I admit to being a diehard fan of Lancome products...started with exclusive use of Chanel then added Borghese and Dior..with occasional Estee Lauder thrown in..but I am almost exclusively Lancome now...I still use Dior for some masques and admit to occasional samples of Chanel which overall are much higher priced than Lancome without any difference in results, I love the way tis makes my skin feel and look, smoother, more supple and younger..i am 63 and with continued use of all my Lancome products my skin is definitely younger looking..Yes it is expensive but n ot in the same Category as Sisley or LaMer, both of which I have found to be absolutely no different than Lancome in results and not as moisturizing overall...It's worth the price! You can also watch eBay for some great prices, but deal only with reputable sellers as there are quite a few fakes on that site as well

2 of 2 people found this helpful.

Blush -Lancôme -Blush Subtil - Blushing Tresor

on 4/8/2019 6:55:00 AM


It seems that every brand has to have their own peachy pink gold laced version of Orgasm and this is Lancome's. You definitely don't need highlighter with this one and can be paired nicely with pink, peach and red lipsticks equally. Great longevity too.

My criticism comes down to the gritty texture, the intense pigment as I can look clownish too easily applying it and my preference to satin blushes instead of sparkly. Blushing Tresor would probably suit medium skin tones best. Will use it occasionally but won't repurchase.

Edit: After a month of use I decided to give the blush away. I really don't like noticing gold specks on my cheeks although it looks pretty from a distance and in photos. Benefit's Galifornia gives me the same glowy peachy pink in a more subtle way.

1 of 1 people found this helpful.

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