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The Pro-Glow Foundation is available in 9 shades. I have the 5 lightest shades :
201 Classic Ivory is similar to NW20 and has pink undertones.
202 Creamy Natural is a weird shade, it has cool and almost grey undertones. I have no idea what would be the MAC equivalent of this color! Maybe NC20, but the undertones aren't very yellow.
203 Nude Beige is similar to NW25 and has pink undertones.
204 Natural Buff is slightly darker than 203 Nude Beige and a bit warmer. This shade is between a NW25 and a NW30, it has pinky beige undertones.
205 Natural Beige is slightly darker than NC30.
This foundation has a very thin consistency and feels lightweight on the skin. As you can see, the coverage is really good! I would say it's medium coverage.
The finish is luminous but not super dewy, it doesn't feel greasy or sticky. In comparison to L'Oréal's True Match Lumi Cushion, it offers more coverage and the consistency is definitely thinner. The finish is less luminous and it doesn't cling to dry patches.
Here's 205 Natural Beige on me, without any primer or powder :
On my nails : OPI Towel Me About It
I love luminous foundations, as long as they aren't too rich or greasy! My skin is very oily and I don't like to look like a greaseball, but sometimes I don't want a totally matte complexion. The trick is to apply a good mattifying primer and set the T-zone (forehead, nose and chin) with some loose powder.
Speaking of primers, I've tested the Pro-Glow foundation with many different primers and I didn't notice any particular problems with any of them. If your skin is oily like mine, try Becca's Ever-Matte Poreless Priming Perfector or Neostrata's Oil Free Matifying Fluid! Both are awesome.
Does it wear up to 24 hours though? I don't know because I would never wear makeup for such a long period of time, but it does last all day (more than 10 hours) if I set it with some powder.
The Pro-Glow foundation is less dewy and hydrating than Clarins True Radiance and MAC Studio Waterweight foundations. It's a bit more luminous and opaque than Bourjois Healthy Mix Serum, though.
The Infallible Pro-Glow foundation has nothing in common with the Infallible Pro-Matte foundation, the Pro-Glow is much more liquidy and doesn't have as much coverage. The finish is very different as well, one is luminous and the other is matte. By the way, I love to mix both foundations together! The satin finish is beautiful!
My only complaint is the color selection, I can only wear this foundation when I'm tan because all the shades lighter than 205 are too pink!
The L'Oréal Paris Infallible Pro-Glow Foundation retail for $21.99 CAD for 30ml and is available at Ulta and Amazon.
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