The latest L'Oreal freebie is this free L'Oreal Paris Radiant Serum Foundation. I was able to pick from the following options:
- Light Shade Card
- Medium Shade Card
- Deep Shade Card
- Full Set Light to Dark Shade Card
L'Oreal freebies only tend to last for about a week, so don't put off requesting a sample if you want one!
Since 2006, L'Oreal has given away roughly 35 different product freebies. While many of them are no longer available, they remain one of the larger makeup and beauty product lines to regularly give away freebies.
As of 2020, all of their freebies follow the same pattern. You'll want to register for a free account on their site, then check out the Offers page. Right now, I'm seeing a free $2/1 Revitalift Derm product.
In 2018-2019 alone, they offered the following freebies:
- Free L'Oreal Paris Pure-Clay Mask
- Free L'Oreal Pure Sugar Grapeseed Scrub
- Free L'Oreal Charcoal Pure-Clay Mask
- Free L'Oreal Infallible Foundation
- Free L'Oreal Sublime Bronze Self-Tanning Towelettes
- Free L'Oreal Infallible Concealer
I suspect we'll see a new freebie listed here soon!
In the meantime, here are some of our past L'Oreal jokes!
Target just released their second ever freebie, which means the Cold War is officially under way. Take special care to note when and where you heard the news. Your grandchildren will want to know all about this historical event.
Sure, free L'Oreal EverStrong shampoo might not seem like much, but it's only a matter of time before Walmart fires back with some free toothpaste. Before you know it, Target's put a monkey into outer space and Walmart's propping up a proxy regime in Kyrgyzstan.
I've never understood this whole “strong hair” craze. What are people doing to their hair that makes it break so often? Are there real life Rapunzel's out there? Are people carrying around babies by tying them to the end of their hair? I'm genuinely baffled.
Raise your hand if you've ever pronounced L'Oreal as “Low Real.” Aw come on, I'm the only idiot to pull this off? Yeah, I can't really say that surprises me.
What is it about Paris that makes hair so perfect? The last time I visited I was far more impressed with their baguettes and related mobile bread technology.