Lancôme’s Teint Miracle Foundation is a bare skin foundation that creates a natural radiance to the skin. It gives a dewy look and radiant finish whilst hydrating skin for up to 18 hrs. My brother actually got me this foundation as a surprise through his ‘contact’ at where he used to work lol, so I actually have the big size of this (110ml) but the shade is a tad bit lighter than my skin tone so I have to add a drop of another foundation.
I absolutely love dewy/radiant foundations so it’s no surprise I love this foundation. It is sheer to medium foundation but you have to build it up for medium coverage. It leaves the skin very dewy, smooth and healthy looking.
The Teint Miracle is extremely lightweight on the skin and looks like skin! It doesn’t oxidise and I don’t experience it settling into lines or separating. This is definitely for the natural makeup looks or no makeup looks!
Teint Miracle is very different to Teint Idole (which I also have and love). Idole is medium to full coverage and matte whilst Miracle is sheer and luminous. You can have both foundations because they are completely different but depending on what type of finish/coverage you prefer you may choose one over the one.
An absolutely stunning foundation and one of my favourites. I have the shade 12 which is just a little light, shade 13 would have been perfect. The shade is still very workable, I can get away with it with good blending and bronzing but I prefer to add a drop of a darker foundation. If you don’t mind the coverage and you love a good luminous foundation Teint Miracle is definitely one to get. It really leaves the skin looking radiant and healthy and wears very well during the day.
I have oily to combo skin and I think the foundation wears very well on my skin type. Dry skin will love this foundation too.
Lancôme Teint Miracle comes in 18 shades and is £32 on Lancome.com It’s not the biggest shade range, Idole comes in 40 shades with a range of undertones so I’m not sure why Miracle has only 18 shades! I’m not sure why companies do this, they have a foundation with many shades and one with less ( Estee Lauder is guilty of this too).
So that’s it, folks, that’s 12 months’ worth of foundation reviews! This series has allowed me to fall in love all over again with my foundations and allowed me to use some foundations I wouldn’t normally use so I will definitely be doing this from now onwards( I always say I would use a different foundation but always end up rotating between the same 3 smh). For 2019, I will be doing foundation of the month but I will only blog/review about new foundations I get.
Foundation of the month reviews
January- Mac Mineralise Moisture Foundation
February- NARS Sheer Glow
June- Fenty Pro Filt’r
August- MAC Studio Fix
September- Becca Ultimate Coverage Complexion Crème
October- Colourpop No Filter Foundation
November- The Ordinary Serum Foundation