Heads up L’Oreal Sublime Radiance Sensational Cleansing Oil hit the Canadian airwaves earlier this month and I surely hope that means we’ll be seeing it shortly as well.
Garnier Cleansing Oil is quickly becoming a favorite of mine and I’m so happy I’m finally able to head to the local drugstore to pick it back up when I need a refill! No airmail, no waiting, just cheap cleansing oil FAST!
Honestly if we do get the new L’Oreal Cleansing Oil chances are we’ll see a trend come Summer 2014 with every other brand at the drugstore launching their own versions I’m sure.
Greetings from sunny pore-free L’Oreal Youth Code Texture Perfector Pore Vanisher land! Well, maybe not completely pore free. L’Oreal latest facial primer takes on pores and shine with a new formula that refines and smooths the look of your skin.
I mean we already have L’Oreal Miracle Blur do we need another face primer? Obviously we do PEEPS so here it is a way to vanish pores for good?
L’Oreal Revitalift Oil Free Miracle Blur Instant Skin Smoother ($24.99) is now available at drugstores as a permanent part of the Miracle Blur Collection this Spring.
I actually love the original L’Oreal Revitalift Miracle Blur Instant Skin Smoother but didn’t experience the oily skin phenomenon that many people did with their first use. However, in the Summer I have to say, those people that ranted, were right! It seems like Miracle Blur Instant Skin Smoother’s formula gives me the option to fry french fries on my face in the warmer weather should I like! Few holy slickness Batman!
So needless to say the new L’Oreal Revitalift Oil Free Miracle Blur Instant Skin Smoother was a tasty little morsel for me to purchase and tuck away for Summer use when I shelve the regular version.
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L’Oreal Extraordinaire by Colour Riche Lip Color ($9.99) is on the loose for Spring 2014 kids and today I bring you swatches of some shades I picked up!
L’Oreal Extraordinaire Lip Color is available in 16 permanent shades and at drugstores (or should be popping up shortly) now. Released so close on the heals of L’Oreal Color Caresse Shine Stain I wasn’t sure what to expect from these….it seems like the same exact formula almost? Apparently these are richer in color and give lips a high shine with micro oils and color rich pigments for an extraordinarily finish.
Well, I guess you can call L’Oreal Extraordinaire Lip Color an answer to Maybelline Color Elixir Liquid Color Balm yes?