December 8, 2010

L’Oreal Magic Smooth Souffle Foundation

Here’s the L’Oreal Magic Smooth Souffle Foundation display. I reviewed it recently for you and by now some of you probably tried it. I didn’t like it all that much sadly. It seemed to have the potential for greatness but something was missing….mmm…

What were your thoughts if you did try it?

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  • Joice

    First there was mousse foundation. Now souffle. What’s next, cupcake? Muffin?
    I really dislike the color range of L’oreal foundations. We only have a few shades in my country and they’re supposed to cater to Caucasian women, whose skin is lighter. The lightest shade is always a couple shades too dark and orange, and I’m not even pasty white.

  • Courtney

    I actually just bought this (damn me for not looking up the review first). The first hour I was loving it. It felt really nice on my dry skin. However, after an hour it was gone, *poof!* no more foundation. I do not have time to reapply every hour so unfortunately it’s a no go for me. I think I’ll stick to CoverGirl’s formula for the mousse foundation (though I’m totally with you on the Maybelline Dream Mousse Concealer, loves!!!). I just wish I could find a foundation that feels as good as these types of formulas minus the silicone.

    • the Muse

      mmm courtney biggest downfall oxidizes SUPER fly fast 🙁 same here! sigh! I will say that Bourjois Paris and Tony Moly are incredibly good, same texture and worth the haul!

  • paige

    do they have these in the UK? ive heard a lot about this and i would really like to try this foundation/moose