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L'Oréal Paris True Match Touche Magique Concealer is an anti-fatigue and illuminating concealer which helps to visibly improve the appearance of dark circles and fine lines, leaving the delicate skin around the eye area looking radiant and smooth.
Now available in 6 new customised shades, in warm, cool and neutral tones to perfectly match the colour texture of your skin.
L'Oréal Paris True Match Touche Magique has a soft brush applicator, making precise and controlled application easy.
Oil-free and non-comedogenic.
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Next day collection from your choice of 85 Boots stores for €2.50 or free if you spend over €25
€5 or free when you spend €50 or more*
Love this prosuct...
After so many years, trying out concealers, this one is the best one I've ever used.
It has so many shades to choose from, it blends easily, gives nice coverage and makes me look better.
September 20, 2009
Wonderful for fine lines
I ahve started getting really fine lines around my eyes and other concealers tend to make these more prominant rather than making my skin line free, but not this one. The trick to this is the less-is-more approach. I applied too much and it got a bit clogged in the lines, but then the next day i put on half the amount and it worked wonders. The lines were basically invisible and under my eyes was lightened and fresh. I would recommend this product to anyone who has thin lines or bags under their eyes.
November 20, 2009
I must say, after many years of trying different concealers... this is by far the best one I've ever used. You end up using half as much as most, the coverage is brilliant, and it stays on all day! Looks completely invisible on the face.
However, due to my pale skin tone, the colour's don't seem to match perfectly, and beware of the 'rose' colours - they're really quite red!
December 3, 2009