Loreal True Match Two Way Powder Foundation

I have never tried any kind of face powder but loose powder. I consider myself too primitive when it comes to make up and skin care. I am low maintenance but I noticed that as I age, I need to look more after myself.

Recently, I took a bolder move by trying out Loreal True Match Two Way Powder Foundation. I bought it to the tune of PhP 995.00. I have always been a fan of Loreal watershine lipstick. It is my first time though trying out the powder foundation which has a super-blendable feature that made my uneven skin tone radiate and my skin texture refined.

Loreal True Match Two Way Powder Foundation

I have always had problems with blemishes. Its super- blendable texture Pearl Shade Enhancer” pigments to match more precisely my natural skin tone and texture. It easily glides on my skin giving perfect coverage, natural and with no mask-effect.

I have always been oily skinned. I was even more amazed when I noticed that I now go out of the pad without the oiliness in my face! Thanks to 8H Matity for that! I am also now SPF 20/PA++ UV protected which guarantees 8-hour protection from the sun making me look constantly clean and flawless.

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16 thoughts on “Loreal True Match Two Way Powder Foundation”

  1. waaaaaaaaa kamahal…kadtong bata pa noon ko, nya isa pa lang anak, kapalit pa ko ug mahalon nga mga gamit sa face…and even branded clothes…pero karon nga naa na college, sus, ibayad na lang nako sa tuition ang mga ingon-ana…hu hu hu… kaya habang single ka pa Lainy, patuyang jud hehe…

  2. hindi ko naintindihan yung dialect nyo, laine, pero somehow nakuha ko ang mensahe ng comments sa taas ^^ lol. napatingin nga ako sa presyo, P995! ang face powder na gamit ko eh $11 lang 😀

    1. @KM,

      Sorry about that, KM. At Lainy’s Musings, as much as possible, I try to translate non-English comments whenever I do reply. Mahirap din kasi yong iba kong friends na non-Filipinos nagtatanong kung anong pinag-uusapan, LOL! Pasensya ka na sa nga Bisayang tulad namin, hehe. Sabi ko nga kay Rovie one time, we will try to speak in Taglish para maintindihan mo and the rest of the bloggers who’s non-BISDAKs 😉

      What Kat was trying to say was that ang mahal daw nong nabili ko, LOL! Nong wala pa raw syang anak, mahilig din sya sa mamahalin pero ngayon na may college student na sya, di na, kaya habang single daw sulitin na. More or less ganon yong sinabi nya. Whew! Nahirapan ako ng konti don ah, LOL!

      Uy! Anong face powder yong $11? That’s way too cheap huh!

  3. ooowwssss! perfect review!! makadani jud…very convincing… makapalit man sad tag ahat.. ehehehe… pero mahal kaayo sya! pero if mo-gwapa ko sa iyang kamahal… mopalit ko.. hahahaha! visiting from BPC#7

  4. That is so expensive! But I guess totally worth it! I only use Cover and Clean facial powder katong diha pa ko. Tagpila ra man to oi, less than P200 ra man siguro to. Unya mahal na kaayo to sa akoa. Hahaha. Karon nga angkan na, ug diri sa US pud, sa frozen tundra at that, I don’t need facial powder na kaayo kay di na mag-oily ang skin; only during summer. Pero I still use some powder sometimes, kung kailangan jud. Akong gamit karon kay hatag pa sa akong sis from Japan. Dugay kaayo nahurot, ambot gani basin expire na ni. LOL

    Visiting from yesterday’s photo challenge, Sis!

  5. Wow, it sounds so great to use on skin Lain..lalo na sa face but hilak ko sa price. It is very expensive but for sure it’s worth the price.

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