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Lancôme Teint Idole Ultra 24H Long Wear Matte Foundation

Hey I was wondering if anyone has tried the Lancôme Teint Idole Ultra 24H Long Wear Matte Foundation. How do you feel about it?


For reference I’m oily. I’m looking for something that is long lasting and also looks natural up close. 

Also if you have any recommendations for what to put underneath it that’d be great!

thank you! 

Re: Lancôme Teint Idole Ultra 24H Long Wear Matte Foundation

@Lucygirl212 - Teint Idole used to be my go-to until the company changed the formula a number of years ago.  My foundation shade changed and no longer matched.  I say give it a try!  I would still be using it if I had a match.  My primer at the time was Hourglass Veil Mineral Primer Value Size - 2 oz/ 59 mL .  For the past month or so, I've been using Danessa Myricks Beauty Yummy Skin Blurring Balm Powder Universal .  I use it under my foundation, and it's great at keeping my oil under control for most of the day.  Either primer should work great!

Re: Lancôme Teint Idole Ultra 24H Long Wear Matte Foundation

Teint idol is beautiful and a great amount of coverage. It should be stable for oily skin, especially if its prepped well. 


Are you shiny/oily pretty immediately after washing your face or getting out of the shower? If so, you are truly oily and I'd say prep with Murad Oil Control mattifier and the Milk makeup matte primer before you use the foundation. 


If it takes a few hours before you get shiny, you might really be combo and/or dehydrated. (Oil is the only thing that dehydrated skin can make for itself.) In that case I'd say boost hydration in skin with a hyaluronic or ceramide serum, a lightweight moisturizer and then the Milk matte primer before the foundation. 


Good prep will keep it looking natural, but also building in sheer layers will help with that too! Start with like a pearl sized amount of foundation and work that into the entire face before adding more. Just keep adding in small amounts in the places that need the coverage (after you've properly prepped) and it will look really pretty. ❤️

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