PAT MCGRATH

Skin Fetish: Sublime Perfection Foundation in Light 7

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Infallible Fresh Wear 24 HR Foundation in 420 True Beige

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*Neither brands is cruelty-free according to Cruelty-Free Kitty. Makeup Maven, Kayla, says: Pat McGrath Skin Fetish Sublime Perfection in ‘Light 7’ is $68 for 1.18 oz while L’Oreal Infalliable Fresh Wear in ‘420’ is $14.99 for 1 oz. PM has 36 shades while L’Oreal has 30 to choose from. Both products come in a glass pump style component. Pat McGrath does feel much more luxurious with its heavy frosted glass component. Even the box that it comes in looks luxurious. Both foundations are marketed as being light weight and having a natural finish which I agree with. L’Oreal does have SPF 25. Both foundations are quite thin in consistency - Pat McGrath didn’t have much of a smell and L’Oreal does have quite a bit of fragrance. I didn’t mind it. L’Oreal is marketed as a medium to full coverage foundation with a buildable formula while Pat McGrath is marketed as a sheer to medium coverage foundation. I totally agree with this. I have combo skin - oily t-zone. Both foundations went over my skin easily & blended out really nicely. I wore each of these foundations 5 days in a row by themselves & then wore one on one side of the face & one on the other. They are extremely hard to tell apart with their natural finishes. L’Oreal does give you more coverage. No matter how much I tried to build up Pat McGrath it was extremely light coverage & I was cringing at how much product I was using trying to get medium coverage. I could not get anything more than light coverage. Neither foundation looked cakey instead I think both foundations made my skin look very beautiful. After a 12 hour work day I came home to always noticing Pat McGrath settling into my smile lines more than L’Oreal did. But both foundations still looked just as good when I first applied them. Natural oils did creep through on my nose for both brands but for me that is typical. Despite Light 7 & 420 not being a complete shade match when I wore each product on one side of my face I couldn’t really see much of a difference. No one knew or could tell through out the day that I was wearing two different foundations let alone 2 different shades. I use L’Oreal on a daily basis & really do enjoy the formula. I didn’t mind Pat McGrath’s formula either because it did remind me so much of Infalliable and well, like I said I use that daily. For $68 I expected much more with Pat McGrath. I really see no need in spending that much on a foundation when you can get the exact same look for much, much less money.

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L'Oreal infallible my holy grail foundation. This goes smoothly on your skin covering pores and sun spots letting your skin breathe. I always get compliments on my skin when I wear this foundation. Price is right. High end foundation never satisfied my needs as much as this little guy.

11/09/2019
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