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REVIEW: L'Oreal Paris Mat Magique All In One Transforming Powder

I am turning 30 in a fortnight and all I can think of is somehow saving my skin from the inevitable aging... From various night creams to eye creams to magical skin elixirs, I am giving everything a shot. However, I cannot but notice how my skin's changed in the past couple of months...

I have always had very dry skin but I have now started noticing the skin on my face turn a little oily. I still need a heavy moisturiser but as the day progresses I notice my skin instead instead of getting drier starts to get shiny and even oily! Even in AC! Hence, my daily makeup has drastically changed and BB creams have now been replaced with powder foundations and pressed powders...

So when I was sent a hamper of L'Oreal Paris's new pressed powders, I was delighted... Not only is the packaging really pretty, the shade selection is on the basis of undertones! This is for the first time have I seen a drugstore brand offer base makeup based on undertones and for that lets all give L'Oreal Paris 3 cheers!!!

There are a total of 5 shades available in the range:
  • G1 Vanilla Ivory (lightest)
  • N2 Nude Vanilla
  • N6 Nude Honey
  • G2 Golden Ivory
  • G7 Golden Amber (darkest)
The shades as are a mix of neutrals and warm tones... 'N' standing for neutral while 'G' that stands for Golden is warm.

I matched N6 Nude Honey...

Price of L'Oreal Paris Mat Magique All-in-One Transforming Powder

It costs INR 399/-

The brand is calling it a 'Transforming Powder'... While it does transform your look, it essentially is a powder foundation that acts as a primer and covers pores, primes your skin to remain shine free as the day wears on and then acts as a foundation and covers blemishes and imperfections...

While it does have some tall claims, I truly found it working for me as a foundation by covering my imperfections as well as a primer! It stayed on me for a whole day of running errands and controlled shine! I have a video specifically testing out the 12H Shine Free claim.

L'Oreal Paris Mat Magique All-in-One Transforming Powder contains Volcanic Perlite that has sponge like characteristics and absorbs sweat and sebum pretty effectively!

Texture wise the powder feels creamy when applied and is buildable. I also use a lighter shade to set my concealer and it instantly brightens up my under eye area.

The packaging of L'Oreal Paris Mat Magique All-in-One Transforming Powder is on point with a very pretty, girly details. The powder comes in a transparent plastic case with reflective Fuchsia lettering. The case contains 2 compartments. One compartment contains the actual product while the second one contains the sponge applicator and a mirror. The mirror is pretty good and very high quality and the sponge applicator has a silicone-y finish that is very high end!


The powder after about half an hour oxidized a little on me... Nothing alarming because it doesn't change color visibly but I get a distinct "oxidation" odor for a bit that disappears soon.

Overall Rating:

For a drugstore product, L'Oreal Paris has hit jackpot with this and the pocket friendly price is simply the icing on the cake!



  1. I loved this review of yours. Hoping for more in the near future.

  2. I can kill to get your skin !! Flawless !!

  3. Your makeup is flawless girl! What is the lipstick you're wearing?

  4. I need this! Your skin is forever flawless x

  5. Tried it, loving it. And yeah, N6 here as well :) Looks ah-mazingly natural, doesn't it?


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