Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Set It + Forget It: New L'Oreal Infallible Makeup Extender

Whether your complexion is dry, combination or oily, there is nothing pretty about stale-looking, old makeup.

 And when you're busy at work or running around for hours, or just hanging out being you, makeup wears down by the end of the day or night. Plus, for some of us, our makeup doesn't last for more than 4-6 hours.

So, the beauty geniuses at L'Oreal Paris have developed a new, clever makeup setting spray that E-X-T-E-N-D-S your face, eye + lip color perfectly.

It's called L'Oreal Paris Infallible Pro-Spray and Set Makeup Extender Setting Spray ($14.99, at Target). It's a light-weight, translucent spray that helps you avoid smudging eye shadow + liner, feathering lipstick, dry or oily foundation, etc.

And it's simple to set that gorgeous face of yours with a few, quick spritzes:

Shake well. Hold 8”-10” away, close eyes and spray 4 to 6 times in an X & T motion. Avoid spraying in eyes.

Makeup expert Tati explains all about L'Oreal Infallible's new makeup extender here on YouTube.

Will you try a makeup setting spray to hold everything in place + re-fresh?

1 comment:

Unknown said...

I'm an super oily girl chiming in. This was actually my first setting spray...for the price and quality it can't quite be beat except for maybe Mehron's barrier spray (I've gotten that as low as 7 for 2oz and you only need like 2-3 sprays of that vs 4-6 of the L'Oreal).
I never wear makeup more than 12hrs (12hrs is rare for me but still the longest ever) and don't notice any dewiness (not even slightly oily or wanted to blot then) until about MAYBE 8-8.5hrs in. My regimen is an oil-control face wash (Cetaphil), witch hazel for toning, oil-control & oil-free face moisturizer (Cetaphil or oil-free for combination/oily by Olay), matte/mattifying primer (W7 Camera Ready or Smashbox Studio Finish), a matte/oil-absorbing or oil-free/spf-free foundation, matte/oil-absorbing powder for setting and this spray. I'm leaving room for error/higher score just because I have not done all of my previous steps using my other setting sprays by Skindanavia (oil control formula), NYX (matte version), or Model In A Bottle (sensitive skin formula) for as long as I put this L'Oreal Spray through. If you want to keep your budget for setting spray under $15 a bottle (have found it on many sites for as low as $12 ... got mine on ebay for $10.50 after a 'best offer') AND have excellent quality then this is an absolute MUST BUY. If you're less oily and maybe more of an combination or normal or dry skin girl I think this just might rock your world even better.