Now….I did so give into the idea of a vibrating mascara last year but I can’t say whether or not I’ll go so far as to indulge in a vibrating…foundation?
Yes, you read that right.
Cashing in on the success of Oscillation Mascara, Lancome is now introducing Oscillation Foundation due out this Fall (October).
Lancome’s Oscillation Powerfoundation cushioned applicator delivers 7,000 micro-vibrations per a minute…..oo techy! This in turn breaks down the mineral foundation and seamlessly buffs the product into skin. Lancome lays claim this will give an airbrushed finish and a record breaking 14 hours of wear. It also has the added benefits of acting like a Clarisonic Brush by supposedly diminishing the appearance of lines and pores after one week and refining skin texture after four weeks.
Me? I didn’t like the Clarisonic Brush all that much so I’m unsure at this point how I feel about applying mineral foundation with a vibrating sponge…..
But you can try to convince me this will be a good thing.
What’s your word on the new Lancome’s Oscillation Powerfoundation?
Dear Fairy Godmother,
Oh hai, how are you feeling? Long time no speak. If you have some extra time can you please make my wish come true for a product to make my lips super duper glossy?
Love and Hugs,
The cheek! How dare you demand wishes when you haven’t contacted me in ages! Not even an e-mail to say hai!
Since I have a reputation to uphold I’ll grant your wish.
Enclosed find Clinique SuperBalm Moisturizing Gloss for super duper glossy lips.
Your x-Fairy Godmother.
Wish granted chicas, my Fairy Godmother claims the best way to get super glossy lips is to snag some Clinique SuperBalm Moisturizing Gloss. Actually many of you claim the same and recommended I check this out.
So I did….
What did I think?
Check it after the jump!
Yes well speaking of L’Oreal have you been introduced to the new L’Oreal True Match Rollon Foundation yet?
Oh come now, don’t be timid, you so know when you grow up you want a foundation you can roll onto your face….you should have goals people one of which would be creative ways to apply your foundation.
No but seriously L’oreal really does have a brand new Roll On Foundation that was recently launched in the UK (and prob most of Europe to just don’t get too excited it’s not available in the US. We haven’t reached the height of roll on technology as of yet.)
According to L’Oreal this combines a high perfomance foundation with an innovative applicator for flawless-looking results. The Muse calls it, “Damn, for serious? Give me some of that to try out! I want to roll on my foundation!”
I kinda dig the idea in all honestly. It looks like a soft sponge roller which you roll ala paint roller style into your pan of foundation and you proceed to apply onto your face. I do wonder about application around areas such as the nose though. Not so sure the “roller” will do a good job of rolling around all the slopes and hills of my face but one can hope this is a gift from the cosmetic gods above and will work like a complete charm.
It’s available now from Boots for £12.71 plus if you’re a bit skeptical Boots does have a 3 for 2 sale ongoing. I’m debating do I need myself some L’Oreal True Match Rollon Foundation….
Not sure about the release in the US but who knows we might see it soon and we can all be rolling our way to flawless skin or one can hope we will.
What do you think of this unique design and take on foundation application?
Tell the Muse!
Oh my god dudes.
I’m kinda all sorts of excited today because I found the L’Oreal True Match Foundation Match on their site. Ok, ok I didn’t really “discovery” it myself, I read about in a magazine.
You know the Muse isn’t too keen on drugstore foundation but I’ve kinda sorta had my eye on L’Oreal True Match Foundation for a while.
Anyway, here’s the deets.
Here’s a new little treat the Muse discovered while wandering around her local CVS. Milani Stylistick Moisturizing Color Shine are brand new for lips from Milani and $4.49 each (Buy 1, Get 1 50% Off this Week) in an array of six shades.
Jump ahead to hear my thoughts on these.