Before foundation or concealer, the most important part of any makeup look should be your primer. It sets and gives your face makeup something to really cling onto.
Honestly, I used to never use primer up until a few years ago. I was one of those girls who would just shrug off the concept yet complain about how crusty and creasey my foundation was. I never knew how important priming was until I really needed to do it. A good primer helps to do an assortment of things--from hydration, color correcting to reducing enlarged pores and so much more.
NO POREBLEM PRIMER
Touch in Sol has a primer called No Poreblem which targets enlarged pores, fine lines & all sorts of deep set wrinkles. Pretty much everything that makes up my face! Hahaa No Poreblem Primer acts as a veil to seamlessly cover up these imperfections with a smooth and velvety appearance that mattes out sebum and oily T-zones!
The liquid is a pinky color with a very velvet feel when swatched on the hand. But on the face, it almost has a waxy texture. Not sticky at all but a little slick. Like you have something on your face.
Despite the above mention, it does not feel heavy at all. You'd think with a waxy slick feeling, it'd feel like a bucket of hot goop on your cheeks but it isn't. It actually is very lightweight, almost non-existent only when touched by fingertips!
Green Tea Extracts help to protect & energize the skin while being infused with soluble Collagen helps maintain skin moisture levels and elasticity.
For the sake of this review, I used the primer alone and with Touch in Sol Prime Essence. (It was said that for best results use with each other, so I wanted to test that theory!)▪️Alone--you definitely can see the difference. My enlarged pores are very dominant without the primer. But with the primer--smoothe and flawless.
▪️With the essence--the serum mixed with the primer giving my skin a rather 'sticky' feel. It also gave my skin a glistening glimmer that defeats the whole 'matte primer' aspect of No Poreblem alone. My pores weren't as reduced as they were with the primer alone BUT it did cover them a lot more than having no primer at all.All tests combined, I much prefer using the primer alone. Maybe a bit of some moisturizing cream to help with my dry skin but I definitely like the feeling and overall look of the primer by itself. I love a good mattifying foundation look!!
THE LOOK USING NO POREBLEM PRIMER!
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