Older Girl Beauty

Is L’Oreal Miracle Blur Just Like Avon Magix?

Lately, I’ve been seeing the commercials for the new L’Oreal Revitalift Miracle Blur all over the place. So, when I friend of mine said she had a sample she could send me, I was all “Sure, let me see what this is all about”. And when I got it, tested it on my hand, I was all, “Wait, where have I seen this before?”. Then it came to me. This was just like my beloved Avon Magix Face Perfector that I told you guys about 2 1/2 years ago!

L'Oreal Revitalift Miracle Blur Avon Magix Face Perfector bottles

Both products claim to reduce the look of fine lines and wrinkles (*L’Oreal claims to “erase” them). Both products leave a soft, matte finish. Both can be used alone or under foundation. Both have sunscreen – Avon has 20SPF and L’Oreal has 30SPF). Both claim to hold back shine all day (*Avon claims 10 hours).

L'Oreal Revitalift Miracle Blur Avon Magix Face Perfector

As you can see, both of them give me the same smoothing effect to the lines on my hand. The main difference I can see is the L’Oreal is a bit yellower in color and a smidge thicker than the Avon, but I do find I sometimes need to massage the Avon bottle to “mix” it before I use it. I haven’t had the L’Oreal long enough to know if that will be necessary going forward with it.

All in all, I don’t know that I would call the L’Oreal Miracle Blur a “first-of-its-kind” product since I have been telling you about a similar product for 2 1/2 years, but if you are referring to the description on the bottle of “Instant Skin Smoother”, then I suppose it is technically.

You can find the L’Oreal Miracle Blur at mass market & drugstores now for around $24.99USD for 1.18 fl oz (35 ml). You can get the Avon Magix from your local Avon representative or online for around $10 for 1 fl oz (30 ml), but they regularly have sales. (Also, you can look online at the 17 shade liquid foundation Magix line, too).

*Disclaimer: The L’Oreal Miracle Blur was sent to me by a friend, and as mentioned in the prior post, I purchased my Avon Magix for myself.

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5 Comments

  1. Marta says:

    I’m having a lot of success with Miracle Blur, so I’m happy to hear of an even more affordable option! Thanks!

  2. Layne Jayne says:

    Thanks for a great review! The new Magix Illuminating is really great too. Have you tried it? I also highly recommend the new version of the foundation that you referred too with a wider color selection. I say the new foundation version is a dead ringer for a MUFE HD foundation dupe.

  3. Magix is AMAZING!! I still like the Mally Perfector for above makeup perfection, but the SPF in the L’OREAL is a nice bonus for a primer.

  4. […] Does the new L’Oreal Miracle Blur look familiar? It did to Paula from Older Girl Beauty, so she compared it to her old favorite Avon Magix. […]

  5. […] Does the new L’Oreal Miracle Blur look familiar? It did to Paula from Older Girl Beauty, so she compared it to her old favorite Avon Magix. […]

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