Innisfree No Sebum Mineral Blur Primer
A sebum controlling primer to refine pores and fine lines smoothly for a shine-free complexion.
This product comes in a tube, its hygienic and really easy to get the product out. I do prefer all my products in tube or in a pump form, just because I don’t want to dip my fingers in the products spreading bacteria around.
How to use it
A primer is used underneath your foundation or BB cream. Its main goal is to make the makeup last longer and to give you a more even skin texture to work with. Different primers can then have different abilities to help your skin look its best. Like this one to hide your pores and control sebum.
My thoughts on Innisfree No Sebum Mineral Primer
This is according to me a really great primer, that does what it claims to. It blurs my pores. If you have really deep and large pores it might not be enough but if you have normal pore “problems” this will work fine.
The color of the primer is skin toned, which is really great since it matches my skin tone a lot better than white primers. A lot of Korean products wants to make you look paler then you are. Since that is the fashion in Korea. When you are darker in color rather than super pale, this can be a problem due to that these products will make you look uneven (not matching your neck or chest) and paler than natural. Therefor a skin toned primer is the safer choice.
This primer is easy to spread out even though it is quite thick in consistency.
The primer does have a slightly minty scent to it and as usual I really don’t get why it needs to be scented at all. The smell don’t bother me though but still I feel that it is really unnecessary.
For the claims
- Sebum controlling: I really can’t say, I have super dry skin and I use this mainly to cover my pores and to even my skins texture.
- Refine pores: absolutely
- Refine fine lines: absolutely
I give this product 6/7
Where to get it
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