L'Oreal Paris True Match Foundation Review

My classmate had given me this along with a foundation by Max Factor. As this one is lighter than my skin complexion, I use it as a highlighter to bring out my cheekbones and nose. So, my review will be more from a highlighter perspective and not specifically about it as a foundation.
Now, let's read on to know how I find it:

I found this bottle adorable. It's small and definitely cute. The bottle is of glass, whereas, the lid is made out of plastic. The pump dispenser is also plastic, but looks classy. Overall, the foundation is totally adorbs!

Dispensing the foundation is easy, as there's a pump that does the job. Also, every time you pump, a one rupee coin size foundation is dispensed. Applying foundation with hands or a brush is not recommended, as the product does not blend well. However, using a blender, like this one, makes the application easier.
The bottle claims to be super blend-able, however, I don't think so. It could be because my complexion is darker than the product, but, I don't appreciate the blending quality of it. The consistency is powdery-like.

As I use this for highlighting purposes than as a foundation, I liked the way it works out. My cheekbones, my nose, and my forehead are well highlighted, and look good. Also, the dark spots are concealed well, but if you have some other concealer for that, you can go ahead with it. You can just give this a try for concealing any marks on your face. The product does look good on face, but feels more like it's a powder.

The foundation lasts for a good amount of time, and is reliable.

- Conceals spots
- Great for fairer skin
- Compact
-Travel friendly
- Easy application

- Pricey
- Not sure about the blending power
- Cannot be applied with bare hands, needs a blender

Umm, well, I would not think of buying it again.

WEIGHT: 30 ml
PRICE: Rs. 995
SHADE: N1 Ivory
FROM: Shopper's Stop