|Light infusing primer.
Enlightened complexion. Enlighten your complexion with a light infusing primer. Magic Lumi Light Infusing Primer is a unique liquid light formula that blends seamlessly into skin to boost its liveliness and luminosity. Texture is smoothed and toned for a natural-looking complexion. Use with True Match Lumi and Magic Lumi highlighter for an added boost of luminosity.
Universal shade suitable for all skin types and tones.INGREDIENTS:AQUA/WATER/ EAU • CYCLOPENTASILOXANE • GLYCERIN • ISODODECANE • ALCOHOL DENAT. • BIS-PEG/PPG-14/14 DIMETHICONE • PEG-10DIMETHICONE • ETHYLHEXYLHYDROXYSTEARATE • ALUMINUMSTARCHOCTENYLSUCCINATE • PHENOXYETHANOL • MAGNESIUM SULFATE • DIPHENYLDIMETHICONE • CAPRYLYLGLYCOL • DISTEARDIMONIUM HECTORITE • ACRYLATESCOPOLYMER • METHYLPARABEN • NYLON-12
[+/-MAY CONTAIN / PEUT CONTENIR: CI 77163 / BISMUTHOXYCHLORIDE]
Use it alone for a supple, dewy look, mix it with your foundation for an all over radiant finish or dab it on key areas as a highlighter.
Highlighters & luminizing primers are life saviours for my dry skin and I really don’t mind investing in them. I had never tried any base product from L’Oreal before this purchase which looked quiet promising in the display. So let’s find out how it flared on my super dry skin..
L’Oreal’s Magic Lumni Light Infusing Primer comes in an opaque white bottle with a rose gold rim and white pump dispenser on which the plastic cap fits. It’s a very convenient packaging as pump dispenser takes out tiny amount avoiding the wastage & the cap prevents the product from spilling out. Because the tube is completely opaque, one cannot see how much product is left out.
It has got a runny/liquidy/flowy texture which sinks into my skin super quick post blending. The product itself is white pearlescent liquid sans any shimmers which is supposed to give a luminous glow to the complexion making it look all glowy & dewy. However the formula gets soaked up into my dry skin completely as a satin finish sans any sheen or say dewiness. It doesn’t give that smooth slippery feeling of silicones or any plumping effect like most of the primers and I like that it doesn’t interfere with the natural skin texture much. If you are looking for something that fills in your pores & smoothen those wrinkles then you are at wrong product! This thing is pretty weak for this stuff. This primer doesn’t do much for my skin except for slightly perking up the skintone which gets easily masked by the foundation. It doesn’t help much for keeping intact your base makeup too! To give a brief snapshot- I find it pretty weak as a primer where it terrible fails to give some dewiness and gets easily dominated by the following makeup nor does it helps to fill in pores or wrinkles in actual primer sense (though not an issue for me). I need good emollient formulations backing it up as this is not even slightest bit of moisturizing.
I find it flaring slightly better with my daily BB creams where it makes my skin look slightly more perked up. I have read many females raving it as a good highlighter but on my dry skin the out-turn is quiet subtle. It does not give that precise crisp highlights albeit very understated which is good enough for daily wear. Overall I guess it will work better for combination-oily skin females as a highlighter. The formula is quiet weak to stand out as a base or primer. For my extremely dry skin it was not of much help in any way.
This comes as one universal shade.
- Convenient to use pump dispensing packaging.
- Nice workable flowy texture.
- Pearlescent formula sans any shimmers.
- Don’t give that slippery silicones feel on the skin.
- Doesn’t add any glow or dewiness on my dry skin.
- Gets easily masked by the following makeup.
- Doesn’t help much for filling up pores & wrinkles.
- Do not stand up to any claims by brand.
- Opaque packaging doesn’t allow to see how much product used up.
Pretty weak as a primer where it terrible fails to give some dewiness and gets easily dominated by the following makeup nor does it helps to fill in pores or wrinkles in actual primer sense (though not an issue for me).