A Whole Lot Of New L’Oreal Paris At The Drugstore This Fall!

L’Oreal Paris has been busy! They have quite a few new products out in drugstores right now that are really worth taking a look at!

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L’Oreal Paris Colour Riche Le Sourcil Eyebrow Pencil, Colour Riche Le Khol Eyeliner in Black

First there’s the the L’Oreal Paris Colour Riche Le Sourcil Eyebrow Pencil($8.99 CDN) that comes in 2 shades: Golden Brown and Deep Brown, and the new Colour Riche Le Khol Eyeliners($8.99 CDN) that come in colourful and intense shades:

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L’Oreal Paris Colour Riche Le Sourcil Eyebrow Pencil, Colour Riche Le Khol Eyeliner in Black

The L’Oreal Paris Colour Riche Le Sourcil Eyebrow Pencil in Golden Brown is a bit warm for me, which is a shame as I really like it! It’s a creamy texture that dries to a suede-powder finish and that’s what I like in my eyebrow pencils. I hate waxy eyebrow pencils as my brow hairs are kind of long, so a wax makes them look like they have moustache wax on them. NOT a good look I tell ya. The spooly brush on the end is great for blending in the pencil with your brow hairs to give a natural look. If one of the colours matches you, lucky you! Check it out!

L’Oreal Paris Colour Riche Le Khol Eyeliners have a cream glide technology, and you guessed it- these are creamy, smooth and vibrant eyeliners! The black is REALLY black as you can see and works great on the waterline, or smudged out on your lash lines. Since it’s a kohl pencil, it’s not bulletproof in wear, so I do suggest setting it with a bit of eyeshadow to make sure it stays in place. But truth be told, it’s pretty decent at staying put on its own-one of the better stay-put kohls I’ve tried! There are some really pretty jewel toned ones that would be perfect for fall.

L’Oreal Paris Voluminous Excess Mascara($10.99 CDN) is the first L’Oreal Mascara that I actually really like!

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L’Oreal Paris Voluminous Excess Mascara(

I know that the Voluminous Carbon Lash or whatever it’s called is a HG mascara for a lot of people, but for me it’s a bit on the dry side and smudges like crazy.  L’Oreal Paris Voluminous Excess Mascara is a wetter formula, maybe even too wet at first even for me. It took about 2 weeks for it to get to the right consistency that I like and now I can’t get enough of it!
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The brush is a plastic brush that’s hourglass shaped, yet comes to a rounded tip and it’s not so spiky that it hurts to put your mascara on. I usually always have to use kleenex and brush off excess mascara before going to my eye, but not with  L’Oreal Paris Voluminous Excess Mascara! I can go straight to my lashes without fear of clumping, and if there are any clumps the bristles on the brush comb through them. It doesn’t smudge or flake on me and isn’t a pain to take off. I really like it!

Here’s what one coat looks like:
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And here’s what it looks like with a couple of coats and the rest of my eye makeup:

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L’Oreal Paris Magic Nude Liquid Powder Bare Skin Perfecting Makeup($18.99 CDN) features a unique blend of light oils and instantly fuses with skin to give undetectable coverage. It’s available in 12 shades:

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L’Oreal Paris Magic Nude Liquid Powder Bare Skin Perfecting Makeup

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L’Oreal Paris Magic Nude Liquid Powder Bare Skin Perfecting Makeup #310 Light Ivory

Believe it or not, this shade Light Ivory #310 is too pale for me at the moment! I know! This has to be a day of triumph for me-the day that I finally am dark enough to wear drugstore foundations!

Light Ivory kind of matches my arm, but trust me it doesn’t match my face one bit. I’d need one shade darker for a better match, but for the winter I think this would be perfect. It’s the weirdest yet coolest feeling foundation ever and is hard to describe. It’s like a dry oil, but no oily residue at all. When you pour it out of the bottle, it almost looks like liquid sand.  It leaves quite a dry, almost powdery finish to your skin. Coverage is sheer, yet buildable to about a medium coverage. As cool as L’Oreal Paris Magic Nude Liquid Powder Bare Skin Perfecting Makeup feels and looks-it’s just not meant for someone with dry skin, just like its sister foundation, Giorgio Armani True Match. Both of these foundations catch on my dry skin and accentuate any dry patches I have and even ones I didn’t KNOW I had. Even if I try to moisturize my skin really well before application, L’Oreal Paris Magic Nude Liquid Powder Bare Skin Perfecting Makeup still doesn’t  work for me. But if you have oily or combination skin, then you will LOVE it. It honestly feels like there’s nothing on your face! If you’ve wanted to try Giorgio Armani True Match Foundation but haven’t because YIKES the price tag here in Canada is beyond ridiculous, then give L’Oreal Paris Magic Nude Liquid Powder Bare Skin Perfecting Makeup a try!

All of these new products from L’Oreal are available at most retailers right now! Give them a try! Get more info on them at www.lorealparis.ca!

Have you tried any of these new products from L’Oreal Paris? 

*products sent by the lovely L’Oreal Paris PR, thoughts and views are my own!

  • Aw, now I don’t think that L’oreal foundation is gonna work for me, lol. Rats. And every single mascara makes your lashes go BOOM, Tracy, it’s not even fair.

    • TracyBeautyReflections

      Yeah no go dude. HAHAHA

  • Wow, LOOK AT THAT MASCARA! So jealous of your lashes, Tracy! So sorry to hear the foundation doesn’t work that well for you. I suppose it’s something I’d love for summer though 🙂

    • TracyBeautyReflections

      LOL thanks SUnny! You’d love it yes!

  • I will definitely be giving that foundation and mascara a try. Thanks Tracy!

    • TracyBeautyReflections

      You are most welcome Margo!

  • i heard the magic nude powder might not be good for us oily skin people. apparently some ppl ended up quite greasy looking 🙁 but that excess lashes mascara sounds amazing. EXCESS. doesn’t that just make you think of lashes you can dive into..except not because nothing should dive into eyes…
    jenn

    A Beautiful Zen

    • TracyBeautyReflections

      Hmm that sucks too! I guess it’s for normal types!

  • bummer, i really wanted to try the foundation, but even I have dry’ish skin. the mascara seems fab, though – your lashes are like woah!

    • TracyBeautyReflections

      Yeah don’t do it. It’s not good for an dry areas at all. The mascara is FAB.

  • I am really curious about the Magic Nude Liquid Powder. Something tells me we won’t get it here, but when you said it isn’t as suitable for dry skin, I hesitate a little. Gah!

    • TracyBeautyReflections

      Yeah, it’s not good for dry skin for sure. It just catches on every flake. You can have mine if you want LOL!

  • Lily

    It takes a while for us to get these new products and fingers crossed we’ll be getting that foundation!

    • TracyBeautyReflections

      Yes hope so too! It’s really neat!

  • Ooh, I love L’Oreal’s products. I was just reading about that new mascara coming out here. No word on the liquid powder foundation, though.

    • TracyBeautyReflections

      Hmmm, maybe soon! It’s really quite cool! Wish it worked for me.

  • Bailey_AlltheWords

    I love the Loreal fibre something or other mascara (why do mascara names have to be so long?) so I will defiantly be looking for this. Your lashes look amazing!

    • TracyBeautyReflections

      LOL right? I can never remember the names of them either haha! Thanks! It’s my fave right now!

  • I am very intrigued by the foundation, I definitely want to check it out. I just hope it becomes available here eventually…

    • TracyBeautyReflections

      Yeah it’s pretty neat! I hope you get it!

  • Icaria

    I agree with you Tracy, that foundation is not for those with dry skin. I wonder if I should give this mascara a go, I’m so unlucky with d/s ones. Maybe when it’s on special? Do you think it would hold the curl for super straight lashes?

    • TracyBeautyReflections

      It might as it’s wetter? I don’t have trouble with that so I can’t say for sure! It’s my fave at the moment though!

      • Icaria

        I’m happy to report that it does! Just got it myself (as you know) and love it! 🙂

      • TracyBeautyReflections

        Hahaha YAY!!

  • Liz

    I can’t really keep up with all this new stuff at once, lol. Intrigued by the new foundation but I think the True Match liquid foundation will always be my fave. You should give that one a try if you get a chance — really natural, glowy, satiny finish. The discontinued Visible Lift was nice too because it filled in the acne scar pock marks nicely.

    Oh, and your lashes: VOOM. So jealous!

    • TracyBeautyReflections

      LOL I know so much newness!
      I’ve always wanted to try that foundation actually. I’ll have to one day soon!

  • CONGRATS on being dark enough to wear drugstore foundation!!!! WOOOHOOOOOO! As a pale person, I can totally relate to your feelings of euphoria! When I finally wasn’t the second lightest shade available at NARS, I wanted to sing AC/DC songs at the top of my lungs!

    I tested the Magic Nude myself for a few weeks but found it left my skin too oily! I thought it would be perfect for drier skin but it sounds like it wasn’t too grande for that, either! I think maybe this works for normal skin only! I love the powder feel though, so I’ll probably test it again in the winter to see if it works when my skin is a bit drier. I loved this drugstore post! Cracking up at your ‘stache wax brows comment!!

    • TracyBeautyReflections

      Hmmm, someone else mentioned that as well! That kind of makes you wonder then WHO it’s for? There aren’t a lot of NORMALs around LOL!

      • You’re right! Come to think of it, I don’t know any of these so-called “NORMALS”, but that’s no surprise! 😉 Seriously though – everyone I know is either dry or oily!

  • Toya

    I gave this foundation a cursory look at the drugstore because I heard it was the drugstore version of the Armani…I’ll have to look again and see if they have an appropriate shade for me. I’d like to try it out!

    • TracyBeautyReflections

      Yeah it wasn’t for me and I was sad! 🙁 It’s worth it if you can find a shade I think!