L'Oreal Infallible Pro-Glow 24 Hour Wear Foundation vs. Lancôme Teint Idole Ultra 24 Hour Wear Foundation

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Kayla says: Lancome is $47 for 1 oz & L'Oreal is about $12 for 1 oz. Both have a natural finish depending on how much product you use. Both claim to last 24 hours but I don't think either brand lasts that long. After about 12 hours on my skin, both were coming off my face in spots. Both are medium coverage which I would agree with, they are buildable. I would recommend these formulas to someone who wants a quick foundation on those days that you want to look 'makeup free.' Both are very light on the skin, easy to blend & not cakey. Both did settle in my smile lines a little bit by the end of the day. Both brands have SPF 15 in them & neither gave me flash back. L'Oreal has a chemical smell while Lancome is lightly fragranced. Lancome has a much wider shade range compared to L'Oreal. I think L'Oreal is a good dupe for Lancome if you're looking for more of a natural light foundation or if you're already a fan of Lancome but want to save yourself some money. L'Oreal actually owns Lancome so take that into consideration before you spend $47.

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