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I Tried L’Oréal Paris’s New Infallible Powder Foundation That Went Viral on TikTok | Review

Recently, I found two of my now go-to beauty products on TikTok after they went viral for being that good. One is my new favorite mascara, Maybelline New York Lash Sensational Sky High Mascara, and the other, Vue De Pulang Frozen Cream. I’m always on the lookout for what’s going to blow up next and — drumroll, please — it’s L’Oréal Paris’s Infallible 24H Fresh Wear Foundation in a Powder

This foundation is all over beauty TikTok and the results are unbelievable. People with acne are out there looking like they never got a pimple in their life. And pores? They apparently cease to exist when you use this stuff. To be honest, I’m not a fan of powder foundations; I love painting my face with a full-coverage liquid foundation and letting it seep into my skin. But I still had to try this powder one out because I’ve been a fan of L’Oréal Paris’s Infallible Liquid Foundation for years.

The brand dropped this foundation in January 2021, and after going viral, it sold out everywhere. It took nearly two months, but I finally got my hands on it. Upon first seeing it in person, I was skeptical about a few things. For starters, as mentioned, I love my foundation to be full-coverage, but not cakey. I want to look like one of those Instagram filters where pores and blemishes are hidden. Next, I was worried about wear time — yes, the packaging says it’s going to last 24 hours, but I find that powders don’t stick to the skin as well as liquids do. However, regardless of all my doubts, I was eager to dive in.

I did what I usually do to prep my skin for any other type of foundation: start with a primer. (I used the E.L.F. Cosmetics Mint Melt Cooling Face Primer because it’s affordable and has a nice, tacky finish once it dries down.) I opened up the L’Oréal compact to find a square sponge and a mirror, which is a great on-the-go touch. I dipped the dry sponge into the pressed formula and just went for it. 

According to makeup artist Jamie Greenberg, if you bounce or buff the product into your face, it’ll give off a natural look but a bit of coverage. So, I followed that advice and it didn’t disappoint. I applied an even layer all over my face and — well, guys, TikTok sold me again. This foundation is really good. 

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