Getting To Know with L'Oreal at the L'oreal Beautea


I have been an ardent fan of L'oreal for a long time now, especially their hair products, but believe it or not, I am not that familiar with their skin care and makeup lines-like srsly. So I decided to go to their Beautea event, a quaint getting-to-know get- together with team L'oreal Philippines and their newest lines for 2013 just to acquaint myself more with the rest of their products.

To kick off 2013, L'oreal has simultaneously released three promising lines for the beauty, skin, and hair. Let's have a look at them:

L'oreal Revitalift Laser X3 Anti-Aging Skin Care Range

L'oreal EverPure Sulfate- Free Hair Care Range

L'oreal Makeup Collection for S/S 2013

Click READ MORE and see L'oreal's beauty offerings for the first half of 2013!


Prior to the getting-to-know part, the peeps of L'oreal had grouped us into three: They brought out three cut- outs of the letters A, B, and C, and each of them represented a particular range: A is for Hair Care, B is for Makeup, and C is for Skin Care. They asked us to go to the corresponding group that addressed our main beauty concern.

Some magazine people and fellow bloggers went for Skin Care, and they talked about L'oreal Revitalift Laser X3.

I've already mused about this skin care range in one of my posts, so please click HERE.

While I, along with Liz, and fashion bloggers Tracy Ayson and Tin Iglesias went for make-up. Actually, makeup is not my main concern--I just love it! :)

I think the main focus of L'oreal's makeup department for this season is Lucent Magique, a collection of  products for a luminous, perfectly- bare complexion. It is infused with the exclusive Liquid Light Technology for skin that glows naturally. The items in the collection include Lucent Magique Liquid Light Foundation, Lucent Magique Skin Illuminating Tri-Powder Foundation, and Lucent Magique Concealer Pen. There are also nail art stickers, eyeshadow palettes, and new shades of creamy lipsticks for summer.

While hair- savvy beauty bloggers Rowena, Jackie, and Tara decided to know more about L'oreal EverPure Sulfate- Free Hair Care range.

EverPure is the first drugstore Sulfate- Free hair care line. It is also made with naturally- derived ingredients, thus it won't strip off hair of its natural oils nor damage the hair fibers, making it a good choice for everyone even those with very fine or sensitized hair. EverPure comes in two variants:

EverStrong- Contains Bio-Ceramide Technology that helps hair resist breakage due to frequent styling, ironing, and blowdrying.

Products:

EverStrong Hydrate Shampoo
EverStrong Hydrate Conditioner
EverStrong Deep Replenishing Masque
EverStrong Overnight Repair Treatment

EverPure-  Prolongs the vibrance of hair color apparently even after 32 washes.

Products:

EverPure Moisture Conditioner
EverPure Moisture Shampoo
EverPure Moisture Deep Restorative Masque
EverPure Moisture Leave-In Conditioner

Thank you for the fun afternoon, ladies and gents! :D

So, which line would you like to know more about first?




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16 Lovely Thoughts

  1. I would love to get that set of B and C! I've seen a lot of L'oreal skincare and makeup products which are really promising indeed. Just with that Revitalift alone, it made their level of popularity and credibility up a notch. Hope to try some soon! Thanks for sharing MS M!


    PS: I think your outfit looks hot! Mind sharing that day's FOTD please? ♥

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  2. That's another breakthrough from L'oreal. I'm an avid user of their anti-aging products.

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  3. Among the three categories, I'd go for skin care. I am very intrigued with the L'oreal Revitalift Laser X3 Anti-Aging Skin Care Range. I'm only 25, but I'm not getting any younger and I'm actually using anti-aging products today. I hope it really works. I'd probably get my hands on them if reviews tell me to. Nevertheless, I'm excited to know how effective the products are.

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  4. Id love to know ur thoughts on the everpure haircare line. Hm ang isang bottle/tube.

    I wouldve loved to see a solo pic of u im fascinated kc s mga lotd m

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  5. To be honest, I don't automatically associate L'Oreal with makeup. I rather associate it with skincare, such as the Revitalift Laserx3 which I recounted to my mom when I had read your post, and hair care. I think it's grand time that I become more familiar with L'Oreal makeup.

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  6. I definitely would love to try the Revitalift Anti-Aging eye cream as it looks so promising...I've been eyeing on it ever since I come across this range...I'm thinking of purchasing it as soon as my current eye cream runs out...:)

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  7. I'd love to know more about the lucent magique and yes that revitalift anti-aging eye cream. Will be waiting for you in depth review on these Ms. M! Thanks!

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  8. L'Oreal has once again wow-ed me through this. They have proven themselves again as a brand that can easily deal with all types of dilemmas and still excel in each of them. *clap *clap I would really want to try their makeup soon. Thanks for the great review miss Martha! :)

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  9. I would love to know more about the eye cream and the nail art sticker. I'd got that nail sticker from March BDJ Box but still not able to use it. I would also love to see your FOTDs using the L'oreal Lucent Magique. :)

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  10. L'Oreal keeps on inventing products to help women. They're really keeping their motto: `cause every filipina's worth it! ;) Hahaha!

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  11. I've tried other L'Oreal Shampoo,
    The Ever Strong Sulfate free shampoo, is next for me to try!
    A friend already suggested that I try a sulfate free shampoo cause my hair brittle and dry.

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  12. I would love to know about their skin care, though they've known for hair as best.:)

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  13. Wow! I'm excited for the revitalift line. The current one is something that I use daily.

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  14. It is great news that they came up with Ever Free Sulfate Free Hair care range! I always read the ingredients of my shampoos and lotions before buying. I try to stay away from those filled with parabens and the like. So, lesser evil if they contain less of these. I am happy shopper now :)

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  15. Yehey they have a Sulfate-free hair care range for color-treated hair! I tend to abuse my hair because I get it dyed all the time. It's great that their hair products are also budget-friendly.

    I'm also interested in trying out the Lucent Magique range. :)

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  16. Eloise: LOL! Was lazy to take photos that time 'cuz I came all the way from Palawan. :) EverPure, if I'm not mistaken, is at P450.00/bottle. :)

    Desire: Unfortunately, I wasn't able to take a pic of it. Just one of my lazy days haha! Great choices!

    BrownOso: Yup! So far, I'm liking the everpure range. :)

    Leilani: Oh! Then you should check out this line. :D

    Sera: Cool! Hopefully, I get to use it this year. Have too much serums and creams! :D

    Trish: Agree. :)

    KatE: Same here. I have yet to use the nail stickers too. :)

    Ohms: Noted! :D

    Jill: Welcome! :D

    Kris: Same here! I'm starting to pay attention to their makeups now, and I'm quite impressed with the quality!

    Jec: Noted! Thanks for reading! :D

    Shopping Diva: EverPure Moisture Repair would be perfect for you then. :)

    Marielle: Judging from your pic, looks like L'oreal is a force to be reckoned with! :D

    Dana: Same here! I'm turning 25 this June, and I'm going on an anti-aging serum hunt when that time comes. :)

    Redshoetraveller: The nice thing about this eye cream is, it comes with a cooling metallic tip! :)

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