29 March 2012

L'oreal Lumi magique

Lumi magique pure light primer
This reminds me of the much raved about MAC strobe cream and indeed I see it more as an illuminating fluid. You only get 20mls of product, but the actual primer is light and easy to use. I tend to use it alone under some powder, mix it in with my BB cream or as a highlighter for the cheeks.

Lumi magique light infusing foundation
I'm going through a no foundation phase at the moment, so haven't fully tested this out. However on first impressions, it has a lightweight feel, buildable medium coverage and a dewy radiant finish.

Lumi magique touch of light highlighting pen
This is similar to touche magique, an old favourite of mine. The yellow toned concealer helps to disguise my dark circles and any areas of rednesss. The light formula means it doesn't settle into any fine lines, it lasts well throughout the day and I love the rose gold packaging.

Have you tried any of these products? What's your favourite undereye concealer?

Disclosure- PR sample

10 comments:

  1. I saw it in Boots the other day! but havent tried it yet! must give it a go ;) love dewy skin!x Marina

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    1. Did you manage to give it a try? Hope you liked it x

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  2. I haven't tried any of these products, this is the first time I have heard of them! I wonder if the makeup would feel heavy when applying the base, concealer and foundation...seems like a lot. I guess I not much of a foundation person either. I use Touch Eclat no.2 from YSL for under eye concealer and for other dark areas around the face too. It is a magic pen!

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    1. They've only recently been launched, but it should be available in stores now. I don't tend to bother with primer underneath foundation, however, this is nice when mixed in with my usual base. I've heard so much about Touch eclat, I really should try it out properly some time! x

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  3. I bought the primer this week and so far I really like it! I've been mixing it in with tinted moisturiser and also with foundation and it givesa lovely glow from within, it doesn't look like it is artificial. I've also added some extra over the top of my makeup as a highlight and it blends beautifully, you only need a little amount as it is so liquid-y. But so far so good :) x

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    1. Glad you like it too :) I've been using it in the same way as you- I don't tend to bother with primer, but like you say, this works so well when mixed in or used on top of make up x

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  4. great review
    will have a go at the Magique primer
    bought it today
    xx

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    1. Thank you, I hope you'll like it too x

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  5. nice post i think i might pick up the conseler for my mum as she uses the ysl britaning eye conseler and its really expensive so i think i will get her this as a little treat.


    http://makeupbyelysa.blogspot.co.uk/

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    1. What a lovely thing to do. I've never tried the YSL so can't compare but the concept is very similar x

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