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🌴No PORE blem💖

💖Hey Guys! I have the great opportunity to share with you my opinion about the Touch in sol “No PORE blem” primer versus Smashbox “Oil & Shine” control. I have created (2) looks in order to do fair comparison.💖 **The first look I used touch in-sol (top) photo this look is a bold and bright look. Makeup look 1 using Smash box Oil & Shine control- Product description: This cruelty-free, gel-to-powder primer feels like clouds and mattifies like magic. It has time-release technology that works with your skin to control oil for up to 12 hours, and is infused with healthy-skin ingredients like witch hazel Features: Oil free, helps makeup go on smoother. Eyes:I first apply a little bit of foundation to both eyelids, then add “Luscious” to my inner crease. Next, I add “Summer Yum” to my outer crease. I add a hint of “Peach Bellini” above my brow bone. I finish my eyes with “MilK” kush mascara. Brows: NYX eyebrow pomade in Espresso Lips: MAC lip- glass in “Oh baby” Face: I apply two penny sized drops of the Smashbox primer onto my brush. I apply my Lancôme Teint Idole Ultra wear in 460 “Suede” foundation. I brush a generous amount of Tarte’s clay blush in “party” on my cheeks. Makeup look 2 using Touch in Sol No PORE blem primer- *** This is my downplayed look, more neutral and natural. Product description: Velvet skin without skin sebum: skin sebum catch powder is able to control skin pores so that you can start your make up with velvet skin, it also makes your skin feel fresh and smooth for a long time. Features: Microfiber primer: creates an invisible layer that acts as a barrier to outside elements. Eyes: I used the Sweet peach palette from Too faced, applying “Luscuious” to my inner crease. For my outer crease, I first applied “Zola”, then blended in the darker shade “Dalia”. I went back into the Sweet peach palette and applied “Peaches N Cream” to soften my outer crease. Brows: NYX eyebrow pomade in Espresso. Mascara: Essence “I love extreme” waterproof mascara in black. Lips: Victoria’s Secret velvet matte lipstick in “Love”. Face: I applied a pea size amount of the touch in sol primer onto a makeup brush. Next, using a sponge, I applied my Lancôme Teint Idole Ultra wear in 460 “Suede” foundation. I swept tarte’s “Party” clay blush to my cheeks. 🌴MY OPINION🌴 Makeup look 1 using Smash box Oil & Shine control- Product description: This cruelty-free, gel-to-powder primer feels like clouds and mattifies like magic. It has time-release technology that works with your skin to control oil for up to 12 hours, and is infused with healthy-skin ingredients like witch hazel Features: Oil free, helps makeup go on smoother. Eyes:I first apply a little bit of foundation to both eyelids, then add “Luscious” to my inner crease. Next, I add “Summer Yum” to my outer crease. I add a hint of “Peach Bellini” above my brow bone. I finish my eyes with “MilK” kush mascara. Brows: NYX eyebrow pomade in Espresso Lips: MAC lip- glass in “Oh baby” Face: I apply two penny sized drops of the Smashbox primer onto my brush. I apply my Lancôme Teint Idole Ultra wear in 460 “Suede” foundation. I brush a generous amount of Tarte’s clay blush in “party” on my cheeks. My opinion for the touch in sol product: I am speechless, I have never used a primer that actually works for me. I wore this makeup for three hours, waiting to see my nose shine. Well? I never saw oil grace my T-Zone. You do not need a lot of product, so this would easily last you for 6-8 months. I will be guarding this product close to my heart ❤️ My opinion for the smash box product: This item works well for my skin type for about 30 minutes. Afterwards, I see the familiar gloss of oil on my nose. I think it works better as an eye primer, to be honest. Is it still a good product? Yes. However, it doesn’t reduce oiliness to the extent of what I desire. Side note: I did repost this look since I realized I messed up some of my original photo settings.

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