Again more blogger hype which I had to buy into. You'll have seen by now that every blogger under the sun has been raving about L'Oreal's True Match Foundation and does it live up to the hype, well you'll just have to keep on reading to find out. Personally I struggle to find a drugstore foundation to match my whiter than white natural skin colour, most foundations have too much of a yellow undertone in them and instead of matching my skin colour, I look like I've got jaundice.

I think L'Oreal have been quick off the mark to realise the gap in the market for a much more wider variety of foundation shades, and out of all the high street brands I'd say this is the range which pretty much caters for near enough every skin tone. However the larger the Boots/Superdrug the more foundations they will stock (take this into consideration when looking).

Onto the foundation itself - I'm N2 (Vanilla) which seems to be a pretty good match for my skin, however as its Winter I may need to mix this with a lighter shade to be an exact match. However if in doubt I'd whack the bronzer out. The foundation is a medium coverage, however this can is buildable to a more full coverage if required. Personally I prefer to apply this with my Sigma F80 brush, over a beauty blender (well the Real Techniques one) as I find it gives a better finish.

Lasting wise this can take me through near enough a full day, however I do prefer to take any make up off as soon as I get in the house, however after 4-5 hours of wear at a time it still looks good. Personally this is the only drugstore foundation I have been fully happy with, and would happily pay the £9.99 price. If anyone can recommend some other foundations to try, please let me know.