This is the first time I used L’oreal Paris true match mattifying powder by @lorealmakeup and I really like it a lot! I know that it’s has been out in the market for so long now and I’m kinda way too late to review this powder minerals, but as they say better late than never right? 😉 . So I’ve been using this product for a couple of weeks now and I’m glad that I bought it. It cost me around 179 kr Swedish krown when I bought it from Lyko.se and guys sad to say that the applicator is not included (see that small green kabuki brush in the picture it is not included) because I bought it separately, if you wanted to get the kabuki brush too then it will cost you additional 149 Swedish krown (yeah right! it’s kinda steep when it comes to price). I didn’t know if the price varies from different country so better check it on your local beauty store to see the difference .
So lets check what L’Oreal Says About the Powder Minerals 🌸
L’Oreal Paris True Match Minerals Mattifying Finishing Powder is a universal-matching finishing powder enriched with mineral silica for all day shine control, instant pore refining and a 100% non-drying effect.
✓ Mineral Free Powder Texture : Formulated with 95% minerals, the silica-based powder is deposited lightly on the skin and lets it breathe for optimal comfort that lasts all day.
✓Touch Velvet : The mineral powder mattifies without drying out and leaves the skin soft, velvety, luminous and without shine. The skin is visibly improved and smoothed, pores and fine lines are blurred.
✓Result : A delicately mattified skin for a natural and luminous finish that lasts all day: on bare skin to sublimate or on makeup skin to fix.
The product is in the square pot with a large shiny metallic green lid, I must say that the whole packaging is really eye catching and pretty but the whole pot itself is really impractical. The lid is quite large and bulk and not a travel size friendly product (unless you’ll like to transfer it on another small pot 😜). It is awkward that the pot is unnecessarily big, making it annoying to store or pack when travelling.