L’Oreal Nude Magique Blur Cream

Blur Cream - the new primer?
Blur Cream – the new primer?
My choice in light to medium
My choice in light to medium

L’Oreal Nude Magique Blur Cream is one of my latest finds.  I have mine in light-medium.  This cream is on a par with Benefit’s The PoreFessional (and much less than half the price!).  It’s not exactly as thick and the coverage doesn’t feel exactly the same, it’s lighter, but for the price its a darn good imitation!

It glides onto your skin to ‘hide pores and fine lines’.  It comes in two different colours, although I’m not really sure it matters as it’s not pigmented at all.  In the summer, with a tan I would be very happy wearing this alone with no foundation – yes it’s really that good! I have super oily skin and I found this does help.  I think it does a good job on the pore front, not so sure about fine lines, I don’t generally find primers touch fine lines, just help your foundation not sink into them to make them even more blindingly obvious!

For anyone else with super oily skin I would a highly recommend adding in a primer before your foundation anyhow, as they really do enhance whatever it is your choice of foundation is supposed to do for you, along with keeping your chosen foundation and powder in place. I can’t get over how great this little tube of blur cream really is, how much you get in the tube and that its truly amazing value!

Loves – glides onto skin, blurs imperfections, cheap as chips!

Not so Loves – it doesn’t provide any kind of pigmented coverage, so if you want to cover red patches, spider veins, sallow skin etc then this really isn’t up to the job

Overall a great drug store product.  Well done L’oreal! Bravo x

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