This stuff is GREAT! BUT: put it over your foundation. I use this as a pore minimizer en it works really great. I also bought the Clinique instant pore minimizer en it really dous exactly the same. This one is much cheaper.
I don't like it under my foundation, but as a finish is really does wonders!
I used this primer once and never want to touch it again...
To be fair, smoothing it on your face does create a very smooth canvas for slapping on the rest of your make up... BUT this primer made me break out.. I don't have acne-prone skin- only slightly oily.. It also has no oil control whatsoever.. I'm guessing the thick consistency of this primer is really clogging.. My skin felt suffocated!
Also the primer comes in a jar which is unhygienic.. This might have contributed to my break-outs as well!
This is a nice enough product; it smoothed out the acne scars on my cheeks and it gave me a smooth base for my foundation, but it's rubbish for shine control and the pot is tiny; I don't even use my primer every day and it lasted less than a month. A good product but it doesn't represent value for money IMO.
This primer is quite good - smoothes out any fine lines and disguised the few small acne scars I have on my forehead. Plus it did minimise my pores a little. It didnt reduce shine but did make my make up last a bit longer.
However, it is far too expensive for how much you get. The pot is tiny, I used it sparingly on my t-zone every day and it lasted a month. At £10 a pot thats rediculous. Definately not value for money.
Wow this is a real find!
I have combination skin (slightly oily T-zone but fairly dry on the eye/cheek area) and this little baby sorts out all my shine and blurs imperfections.
The pot is very small but you only need to use a smidgen of the pale pink putty and you're good to go - even without makeup!
I tend to wear it over my moisturiser (Nivea Essential everyday moisturiser with SPF 15) and before I apply my foundation (Dior or Clinique.)
Give it a try for a real airbrushed look.