Reviews for Pore Blur Primer
People say Makeup Revolution is really similar to Benefit.
This is exactly like "porefessional" from benefit, but way less expensive! Texture is very mattifying and smooth. Not patchy. Blends very well. No scent either. The more I purchase from this brand the more I'm drawn to trying more from them
LOVE! So silky and blurs wrinkles, pores, & uneven color
I always use primer and have tried tarte, smashbox, benefit, and more. This primer is crazy cheap and does exactly what it claims. Love the silky, smooth, and soft feeling skin! Gives a very natural and evened skin apperance. First use scared me as it looked dry and different consistency when squeezed out. But melts into pores and wrinkles! Hopefully this will not cause blemishes, in that event I will update.
Let me start out by saying I have a pore problem. Not only do I have enlarged pores, but as a woman over 30 I also have pore sagging. I have benefit porefessional, I have Dr. Brandt's no more pores, I have too faced hangover primer I have even tried elf's pore putty. None of them has been able to do for me what this does for me. For eight dollars. Not only does it do a superior job compared to the products I have tried, but it actually stays that way. Save your money on all those others pore primers and get this!
I think I'm too oily for this
It's really nice used alone. Smooth. It's a lot like benefit porefection primer in its consistency. But I had a hard time getting my makeup to set. I need something a little more for oily skin. I think someone with dryer skin would love this. Maybe my usual skin prep just didn't work with this. It wasn't awful. But I need to love the coverage set right to be happy with a primer. I usually use Pacifica and I love it. I would still recommend trying at this price point.