I am a makeup fanatic, and especially a L’Oreal brand one. Are you a L’Oreal fan as much as I am? L’Oreal is such a classic, and it is makeup that actually looks really good on you with an affordable price on it. To give you a piece of history of L’Oreal, it actually owns other amazing brands such as Maybelline New York, Garnier, Lancome, Keihl’s Giorgio Armani, Dermablend, The Body Shop, Ralph Lauren, Yves Saint Laurent, Redken, Biotherm, Vichy, Shu Uemura, Soft Sheen-Carson, CCB Paris, Kerastase, Matrix, Helena Rubinstein, and SkinCeuticals. I enjoy many of those brands owned by L’Oreal.
As you all know, I always keep an eye out, not just for excellent beauty products in the market, but I also enjoy reviewing and receiving free products from places such as Bzzagent. Bzzagent actually had given me the opportunity and choose me to test out the new L’oreal Paris Infallible Total Cover 24 hour Foundation, L’oreal Paris Infallible Total Cover Color Correcting Kit in the number 225, L’Oreal Paris Infallible Blend Artist Foundation Makeup Blender in the color Pink, and the L’Oreal Paris Infallible Total Cover concealing and contour kit number 220.
Bzzagent is another place where you can receive free products for free. They do choose wisely as to who they would give specific products and campaigns, and they do that through surveys and how you have done in your past campaigns.
Below is a picture of me wearing all three items I am holding. I am wearing the L’oreal Infallible Total Cover 24 Hours foundation, L’Oreal Color Correcting Kit, and the L’Oreal Contour and Concealer Kit. I then had blended it all out with my L’Oreal Blend Artist Foundation Blender for that flawless look.
I could not wait to test out each one of the L’Oreal Paris Infallible Total Cover makeup collection. The first one I had tested out was the L’Oreal Paris Infallible Total Cover Color Correcting Kit. As you can see in the picture below, I had detailed how to wear the L’Oreal Paris Infallible Total Cover Color Correcting Kit. The Consistency: I did notice that the consistency of the color correcting kit creams and it is a little oily.
Are the L’Oreal Paris Infallible Color Correcting creams stay proof? It seems to stay on my skin well and last long with my L’Oreal Paris Infallible Total Cover Foundation and L’Oreal Paris Infallible Contour kit.
Is the L’Oreal Paris Infallible Total Cover Color Correcting Kit blendable? It is blendable, but you would think your whole entire face would have the appearance of a person who is terribly sick or ill due to the green and purple hue tones. However, once you have put on your foundation and the contour kit on, you would not see that horrible color on your face, but a normal appearance with your foundation and contour pigments.
Why should I wear the L’Oreal Paris Infallible Total Cover Color Correcting Kit, can I just skip it? You could skip this step if you like, but it is so much better to have your color correcting pigments on before applying the rest of your makeup to disguise imperfections like dark circles, red patches, and dark spots for example.
Pigmentation of the L’Oreal Total Cover Infallible Color Correcting Kit: It has a pretty good visible pigmentation as you can see in the picture below. I made sure the colors were true to how it looked in person as it does in the picture.
The power each color corrector has to disguise your skin imperfections: Peach or beige color corrector: It disguises dark circles. Yellow color corrector: It combats discolorations. You can put this under your eye area with the Peach and beige color corrector. Green color corrector: It neutralizes redness. You can use the green corrector on your acne and if you suffer from skin conditions like rosacea. Purple color corrector: It brightens skin tones. You can put this color around your eye area and chin for example.
More Swatches of the L’Oreal Color Corrector Makeup:
As you can see below, the palette or kit, has instructions for you to follow, just in case you need it:
Is the L’Oreal Infallible Color Corrector Kit great for dark circles? Yes, it is great for covering your dark circles, and at first, you would see a few creases, but then you blend it out with your L’Oreal Infallible Blend Artist Sponge, and it would look flawless. I did notice that the color correcting kit did bring a small square sponge. I had first used this sponge as an applicator, but it did not work all that well. It did not pick up as much product to bring to my face or soaked up too much of it into the small square black flat sponge. I then had used the L’Oreal Infallible Blend Artist Sponge, and it had worked well at picking up the product and putting it on my face. I also had used my fingers, but of course, it melted the product a little bit, and so I thought the L’Oreal Infallible blend Artist sponge was better to work with as the applicator.
Where to purchase and the price: You can always get your very own L’Oreal Infallible Color Correcting Kit here.
L’Oreal Infallible Blend Artist Sponge: The next item that I tested out right after the color corrector, of course, was the L’Oreal Infallible Blend Artist Sponge. I was amazed literally at how much this blending sponge would pick up the makeup and blend it flawlessly and easily on your skin. Especially when I was contouring my face, and that is something I like to do for my makeup look.
How does the L’Oreal Paris Blend Artist Infallible feel? It feels pretty gummy when you squeeze it because it is made of latex. It is a little bit different than your usual beauty blender, but it does a great job. There are other affordable or low priced blending sponges that would just make patches all over your face and not blend or pick up the makeup, and even smear it and it would look like a mess. I was so happy this blending sponge by L’Oreal did not do that at all. I was happy that it acted pretty similar to the Beauty Blender.
to use the L’Oreal Paris Blend Artist Infallible and is it easy to use? Yes, it is easy to use. I like the shape of this makeup blending sponge. I like that the pear-shaped appearance of the L’Oreal Paris Blend Artist sponge is easy to hold with your fingers and your entire hand.
I would use this by adding the foundation, contour cream or color correcting cream either on the sponge or on my face.
I would bounce in the product into my skin but is up to you if you would like to smear around it, but you would get a better and natural appearance with the bouncing in the product into your skin.
I usually do it in the circular motion.
You can use a rolling and dabbing motion as well to blend in the product into the skin.
Use the pointed tip into the corner areas of your face, such as the corners of your nose, under the eye, and the sides of your lips.
My advice: I would advise you to spray a bit of water with one of those 99 cents store spray bottles and fill it with water. Spray the water on the sponge when using cream makeup like the color corrector and the contour and conceal kit. This way you can work better with the blending effect.
Where to purchase and the price: The price of this item usually retails for the price of $6.97 American Dollars. You can always get your very own L’Oreal Blend Artist Infallible Sponge here.
L’oreal Infallible Total Cover Concealer and Contour kit:
The next item I will talk about is the L’oreal Infallible Total Cover Conceal and Contour Kit. I am a conceal and contour kit makeup person. The majority of my makeup looks involve a contour and conceal kit or something along that line to contour my face and conceal tiny or big imperfections on my face. I had to use the L’oreal Infallible Conceal and Contour Kit as you can see below right away. In the picture below I show using the Conceal and Contour kit on top of my foundation.
L’Oreal Infallible Total Cover 24 Hours Foundation Colors:
Classic Ivory – Shade 301
Creamy Natural – Shade 302
Nude Beige – Shade 303
Natural Buff – Shade 304
Natural Beige – Shade 305
Buff Beige – Shade 306
Sand Beige – Shade 307
Sun Beige – Shade 308
Caramel Beige – Shade 309
Classic Tan – Shade 310
Creme Cafe – Shade 311
Cocoa – Shade 312