£8.66 was £12.99
£57.73 per 100ml
Beautycard Points: 8 points
L'Oreal Paris Skin Perfection Magic Touch Instant Blur, enriched with Optical Blur Polymers, helps improve visible skin quality, as if perfected.
Picture-Perfect skin from every angle. Optically blurs the appearance of shine, pores and irregularities for a soft-focus finish. The velvety, tinted cream works with your complexion to enhance your natural skin tone. Apply daily, alone or after moisturiser. Excellent base for make-up.
Size (15) Unit (ML) Height (12) Width (5.2) Depth (5)
I have oily skin with some large pores round my nose. Also some high colouring on my cheeks and chin. This product does a great job of making my skin tone more uniform and smooth. My liquid foundation goes on like a dream. Fab product. One star deducted for the price, sorry! Will only purchase this when it's on offerFlag this review
This stuff is pretty thick so you only need a tiny blob, so this will last me quite a long time - which is just as well as it is a bit pricey (though cheaper than top cosmetic brands). Bought this yesterday (on offer, thanks Superdrug!) so today is my first proper day wearing it. So far so good! I'd recommend using it without make-up as it makes my natural colour (medium tone) look rather good! So far so good! Thanks, L'Oreal!Flag this review
Having seen the advert with Cheryl Cole displaying her perfect velvety skin apparently created by using this product with her claims it blurs away imperfections, and the rather confident product range identifying itself as 'skin perfection' I was won over... I have oily skin, large pores and old acne scars so I was really looking forward to these imperfections being magically and instantly blurred away. However it is yet another disappointing and highly exaggerated claim - It blurs nothing! I admit it leaves the skin feeling nice after application abd make up goes on better with this underneath. But that just makes it s make up primer. It is certainly not the 'magic touch' 'instant blur' or 'skin perfection' it states it is. And overly priced for something that doesn't do what its meant to. It may blur the odd little blemish for the lucky ones who don't have near-perfect skin anyway, but a product that makes these claims is going to attract those of us with real skin problems. But its a major let down unfortunately.Flag this review
Having seen the advert with Cheryl Cole displaying her perfect velvety skin apparently created by using this product with her claims it blurs away imperfections, and the rather confident product range identifying itself as 'skin perfection' I was won over... I have oily skin, large pores and old acne scars so I was really looking forward to these imperfections being magically and instantly blurredFlag this review