L’Oreal Infallible Pro-Matte VS. Pro-Glow

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Todays post is about the L’Oreal Infallible Pro-Matte and Pro-Glow foundations. The Pro-Matte has been around for a while now, and has been a favorite of mine, but recently L’Oreal came out with the Pro-Glow, just in time for summer. Since I love the Pro-Matte so much, I had to try the Pro-Glow to see how it compared.

Infallible® Pro-Matte
Foundation

VS.

Infallible® Pro-Glow
Foundation

·      Up to 24hr wear
·      Demi Matte Finish
·      Lightweight and creamy
·      Hides imperfections for a smooth, clear complexion
·      Oil Free
·      FL. OZ./30ml
·      12 Shades Available
·      Retails for $12.99
  ·      Up to 24hr wear
·      Radiant Glow Finish
·      Lightweight and creamy
·      Hides imperfections for a smooth, clear complexion
·      SPF 15
·      FL. OZ./30ml
·      12 Shades Available
·      Retails for $12.99

I love both of these foundations; they are so similar, yet different at the same time. The Pro-Matte is a little thicker and gives a bit more coverage, whereas the Pro-Glow is a little more of a lighter consistency that gives a good medium coverage, but is still buildable.

I think both of these foundations are great, depending on what type of look you are going for. For a more radiant and natural look, I would choose the Pro-Glow, and for a more full coverage flawless look, I would go with the Pro-Matte.

If you are looking for oil control, the Pro-Matte is going to be for you, while the Pro-Glow does not have any oil control, it does have SPF, which is great if for the warmer months when we tend to be exposed to sun more.

All in all, these are two great foundations and I will continue to purchase both. They packaging is great. It’s compact, sleek and easy to use, so it’s great for travel and storage. I also love the formulas, both are very lightweight, stay all day, and provide great coverage. The only bad thing I have to say is, why can’t the shade ranges be the same for both? When the Pro-Glow first came out, it was so hard for me to find in store, and I didn’t want to order online, because the shade numbers and names were different, so I wasn’t sure what shade I would be.

Since having and comparing both foundations as far as formula, longevity and coverage, I found that I like to mix the two together. I think this gives the maximum coverage and best finish with just s pea sized amount of both mixed together. It has been my go to foundation routine for a while now, and I have absolutely been loving it! If you are looking for a good Matte or Glow foundation, or even both, I definitely recommend these!

As always, thank you so much for reading! And let me know in the comments if you have tried either of these foundations, and which is your favorite?

For more info and availability:
Pro-Matte:
http://www.lorealparisusa.com/en/products/makeup/face/foundation-makeup/infallible-pro-matte-foundation.aspx
Pro-Glow:
http://www.lorealparisusa.com/en/products/makeup/face/foundation-makeup/infallible-pro-glow-foundation.aspx#description

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9 thoughts on “L’Oreal Infallible Pro-Matte VS. Pro-Glow

    1. The pro-matte has oil control in it, so that definitely helps with oily skin. My skin does tend to get oily throughout the day, but when I set the pro-glow with a matte powder or use an oil control primer, it holds up pretty well. I also love to mix the two foundations together to kind of get the best of both worlds. If you really want to try the pro-glow, I definitely recommended it!

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