Lancome Teint Miracle foundation review

Lancome Teint Miracle Lit from within makeup


Pioneer Discovery
Light is not only reflected on the surface it is also naturally re-emitted from deep within the skin.  This is skin’s inner light.  At its peak, this surface radiance (1) and inner light (3) constitute skin’s aura.
When visibile light reaches skin, it begins a real journey:
  • 5% of light is reflected: this is skin’s surface radiance (1)
  • 95% penetrates skin and interacts with the epidermis and dermis.  55% is absorbed (2) and 40% is re-emitted at the surface (3) this is skin’s inner light.
Aura-Inside (TM) Technology
A Lancôme exclusive which associates:
  • A new generation of bioptic pigments combined with classic mineral pigments.  Together, they reproduce the appearance of inner light of perfect skin, by recreating the intensity and pristine freshness of its radiance. 
  • A unique liquid light essence maximizes skin’s surface radiance.

Enhances skin’s natural light. The complexion appears flawless, full of life – as if lit-from-within
Bare skin sensation, correction with translucency for a natural finish, as if matter-free 18 hour hydration
Diminishes redness for a more uniform complexion
Non-irritating/doesn’t cause break-outsProtects skin from UV damage

Teint miracle is probably the best foundation Lancome has made. Texture is light, airy but creamy enough. It is great choice for normal and dry skin, although I had experience with women who are combination/oily and still wear it and love it. Lancome’s Translucence powder on top as setting powder works great to eliminate excess shine. 
I was really surprised what a good coverage it gives since it’s so lightweight. It is medium but can be built without looking cakey.
Staying power is good with or without a primer. 
For a lighter coverage I need one pump for the whole face or two pumps for medium to full coverage.
It comes in 1oz/30ml square glass bottle.  It has floral scent but evaporates after applying on skin. 
It has SPF15 but I do not care about SPF in makeup products, so I am glad it’s not higher spf than 15.
Main thing about Teint miracle is how glowy your skin looks with it! After Teint miracle couple of other companies made their version of illuminating/glowy/dewy foundations -in my opinion unsuccessfully. The only one that can compare to Teint Miracle and has been recently launched is YSL touch eclat (which I will review next).
It does not enhance dry areas on the face and blends very easily either with brush or with fingers. I like using MAC 187 to apply it.
This is really great choice if your skin looks tired, flat, with no natural radiance.
Lancome did a GREAT job with this foundation and I am so glad I discovered it.  It is my all time favorite.
My skin is sensitive and I can brake out from anything but this never gave me any problems.
After all these pros I tried to find any cons and I just couldn’t. There is not one single thing that I do not like about this foundation. Even the price for HE brand is great – 39$. First it was 37$ but it went up for 2$. Still it’s very reasonable comparing to other HE foundations that are all 50$ and up 
I wanted to take photos with flash to show you tiny shimmery particles inside of the bottle.
They do not look this obvious when blended on skin. 

My skin is kind of in between two shades. Buff 2w is slightly lighter than my skintone and Buff 6w is slightly darker. In other brands I wear MAC NC20/NC15, Chanel Beige20, Nars Deuville, YSL touch eclat BD10, Dior Nude 011/021
Left Buff 2W Right Buff 6W

I found this  review that really shows how great skin can look with Teint miracle
I notices that Europe has more products from this line that were never launched in US (ugghhhhh). I would love to try them

Lancome Teint miracle buff 2w applied with Guerlain meteorites perles 02 teint beige on top

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