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   L'Oreal:



   Pros: Inexpensive, quality makeup (the entire range is overall the best
   at the drugstore); some good to outstanding water-soluble cleansers;
   nice assortment of self-tanning options; effective AHA option
   (in the form of an at-home peel kit); one of the best, most comprehensive
   makeup collections at the drugstore, with superb options in every category
   except eyeshadow, shimmer products, and specialty products;
   L’Oreal’s mascaras (along with those from sister company Maybelline New York)
   are a tough act to follow.






   Cons: Jar packaging; almost all of the daytime moisturizers with sunscreen
   lack sufficient UVA protection; no product to successfully combat blemishes
   (at least not without causing more irritation); no skin-lightening options;
   boring to problematic toners; several foundations with sunscreen
   still lack sufficient UVA protection despite L’Oreal’s media push for Mexoryl SX;
   the Lineur Intense Liquid Eyeliner.






   L'Oreal ReNoviste Anti-Aging Glycolic Peel Kit: ($24.75) is L’Oreal’s version
   of their department-store relative Lancome’s Resurface Peel
   ($145 for kit containing 8 applications). ReNoviste consists of three steps,
   beginning with the Soft Glycolic Peel. This liquid solution contains primarily water,
   alcohol, and 10% glycolic acid. It's pH of 3.6 allows exfoliation to occur,
   but there is no reason for your skin to tolerate the irritation from the alcohol
   when effective AHA products sans alcohol are available. You’re instructed
   to leave this solution on your face for no more than five minutes,
   at which time you apply the Post Peel Neutralizer. This simple, toner-like formula
   has a pH of 6.3, enough to neutralize the acidic pH of the Soft Glycolic Peel.
   Yet because rinsing with plain tap water has the exact same effect
   (tap water has a pH of 7), the Post Peel Neutralizer is an unnecessary product.
   Besides, after applying the Neutralizer, the instructions indicate you should
   rinse the skin anyway, which essentially confirms the “why bother?”
   premise of this step.After the peel, you finish with an application
   of Rebalancing Moisturizer. The formula contains mostly water, silicone,
   glycerin, emollients, mineral oil, water-binding agents, antioxidants,
   thickeners, petrolatum, plant oils, and preservatives. It's lightweight texture
   and silky finish are suitable for normal to slightly dry or slightly oily skin,
   and the opaque tube packaging will help keep the antioxidants stable.




   L'Oreal Collagen Remodeler Contouring Moisturizer
   for Face & Neck SPF 15, Day:
($19.99 for 1.7 ounces)
   makes a big deal about how its Collagen Bio-Activator “infuses volume and shape
   within skin’s surface for smoother, more defined facial features.”
   At the same time, L’Oreal alludes to this product being akin to doctor-administered
   collagen injections, which it absolutely is not.




   L’Oreal True Match Super Blendable Makeup SPF 17: ($9.99)
   is L’Oreal’s best foundation for normal to very oily skin.
   The fluid, silky formula feels almost weightless on skin and blends superbly,
   setting to a natural matte finish that is translucent enough to let your skin
   show through, while still providing light coverage that diffuses
   minor flaws and redness. The original version of this foundation did not
   include sunscreen, but L’Oreal wisely added one with the sole active
   being titanium dioxide. Now True Match Super Blendable Makeup is an even
   better choice for those with oily skin. The palette of 24 shades is not only
   one of the largest shade selections for a single drugstore foundation, but also,
   for the first time, L’Oreal’s shades take a strong cue from Lancome’s
   typically superior selection of neutral colors. Almost all of the shades
   are excellent, and they cover a wide range of skin tones from porcelain
   to deep tan. The only shades to avoid are Natural Ivory C2 and Classic Beige C5
   (both too pink), and Tawny Beige C6 (too peach). The only drawback
   to this foundation is it's drier finish. Although it does a good job of reducing
   oily shine and keeping skin looking polished, it tends to emphasize the slightest
   bit of dry skin, and can also make lines around the eye look more apparent.
   If you have dry areas or visible lines around the eye, it is imperative
   that you smooth and hydrate these areas before applying this foundation.
   An emollient moisturizer lightly applied around the eyes and regular use
   of an effective topical exfoliant should minimize this problem
   and make working with this foundation a better experience.
   Note: This foundation contains subtle shimmer particles that impart
   a barely perceptible shine to the skin. The particles are so small
   you have to look very closely to see them in daylight, but it’s worth mentioning
   for those who wish to avoid any type of shimmer in their makeup.




   L’Oreal Endless Kissable Lipcolour: ($8.79) promises to be a “zero-transfer,
   extremely long lasting” experience for your lips. This lipstick succeeds in
   staying put and, aside from the occasional trace of color, does not transfer
   onto objects (think coffee cups) or people (think a friendly “hello” kiss,
   not a passionate smooch). It's matte-finish formula dries quickly, leaving
   pigment on your lips without a trace of moisture or gloss, so your lips have color,
   but no slip or moistness. The instructions state that this product is not to be
   used with another balm, lip gloss, or lipstick, because adding an emollient product
   on top of this lipstick definitely cuts it's longevity. However, because this lipstick
   makes lips feel dry, most women will want to pair it with something
   that feels creamy, which only minimally affected the staying power.
   It’s worth a try, but it’s not in the same league as two-step products such as
   Max Factor’s Lipfinity or M.A.C.’s Pro Longwear Lipcolour.



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