L’Oreal Revitalift Miracle Blur Skin Smoother

Boy, there have been a lot of “miracle blur” type of products around lately, huh? Or maybe I’ve just started noticing it now and they’ve been around for ages.

I got this sample from Allure magazine. The sample had enough product for a one-time use.

The product itself has a faint masked plastic scent, but it didn’t bother me. The product was smooth yet thick. The formula did actually smooth the imperfections on my face. It minimized the defined look of my pores. Upon application, the product went onto my face in a matte form. I had to really rub the formula in to work it onto my face, but it wasn’t a difficult application whatsoever.

I’d try this product again. I’d say it’s comparable to Garnier’s 5 Sec Blur product. The only bad thing I’d say about the product is that it left my skin feeling oily a couple hours after wearing it. My face just felt like it was drenched in oil :/ Other than that, I liked how it made my face look, just not really how it felt later on. Compared to the Garnier product, I think I’d go for that one over this one only because the aftereffect. Yes, the Garnier product did leave my face oily, but it felt different compared to this Loreal product. Garnier’s 5 Sec blur didn’t leave my face feeling gross. This one left it feeling uncomfortable. I think I’d try a face powder over this product next time. Maybe that’ll soak up some oils.

What do you think? Have you tried this product before?


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