The foundation comes in a plastic black and sleek 35g glass tube. The tip is designed in a way to squeeze just the right amount of product.
There are 8 very pigmented shades in the range going from beige, sand, rose and amber.
The foundation has a mousse-like texture that yet feels light on the skin.
Skin Type Tested On:
We tested the product on a combination skin that tends to get oily.
Before applying the foundation, we used the L’Oréal Infaillible Primer as a base using a silicone makeup sponge. Since the product is highly pigmented mousse-like, just 1 pump on each cheek is enough for a full face coverage. We applied it using a brush and used a beauty blender as well for a more flawless finish and noticed that it glides smoothly on the skin with no need for extra powder.
We noticed that if we did not use a primer, the foundation would cake on the dry patches of the face.
This foundation gives a beautiful matte finish which makes the skin look smooth, radiant & flawless. Once it dried out, it turned from a wet mousse to powder consistency. The color pigmentation matched perfectly the skin tone giving the final look a very natural finish as well.
It gives a good medium coverage that is buildable to full coverage but still allows the skin to show through. It works wonders in covering imperfections, redness and even scars and pimples.
Our skin felt comfortable and breathable all day as the product lasted without fading or even caking for almost 10hours. We also found hat the foundation stayed put even in hot and humid weather.
The Infallible Total Cover Full Coverage foundation retails at a price of 26$/35ml which is more expensive than products such as The Dream Satin foundation by Maybelline wich sells at 20$/30ml but is a cheaper alternative in comparison to foundations such as Fenty’s Pro Filter Soft Matte Longwear Foundation at 34$/27ml