EFFECTIVELY MINIMIZING THOSE HUGE PORES: NYX VS. BENEFIT
Posted on by Sheela Herlan
Do you struggle with using makeup to hide your large facial pores every time you go out? Well, thankfully you don’t have to worry about this anymore since today we’re going to establish if there’s a solution that can work for everyone.
As a beauty professional, I’ll let you in on my secret which I’ve discovered from research. I didn’t hear this free of charge and tried so many expensive products at first that didn’t quite work out.
So, this could be really helpful if you are one of the many women who still facing the common problem of enlarged pores today. Getting them to appear smaller will leave your skin with that….
Enlarged pores tend to be perceived as unattractive, as far as most women are concerned. Usually, they appear more visible on the cheeks and nose area of the face and tend to be problematic as far as hiding with them a regular primer, foundation and concealer routine go.
But not to worry, because the beauty industry and makeup gurus have you covered. We’ve tried all kinds of primers that claim to be pore smoothing and minimizing, and quite frankly found some amazing results. The Benefit Professional Primer is one of those coveted items and of course, if you were looking to spend a lot of cash for that high-end brand name, then you wouldn’t learn about the ‘dupe’ NYX Pore Filler that mimics the results of the Benefit primer for a lot less.
Watch this YouTube video where Aussie makeup artist, and YouTube vlogger, Amea May, shows off both primers, each on one side of her face, using all of the same makeup.
Reducing the size of your pores doesn’t have to be that costly. The NYX Pore Filler contains Vitamin E and other nutrients that protect and smoothen your skin while disappearing those large pores.
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Now, for my oily skinned beauties, you may be thinking that this would add on oil to the base of your foundation that would make it leak, but you couldn’t be more wrong.
The NYX Pore Filler is oil-free as well as talc-free, making it a perfect layer for pre-foundation face priming regardless of whether you have dry or oily skin.
Now, because of its higher pricing, you should definitely plan to use the Pore Filler sparingly. By applying this after you’ve used your preferred skin primer, you could focus on using the Pore Filler on only the affected areas that have more prominent pores.
Remember to take out your time to even this out and let it be absorbed into the skin. The NYX Pore Filler does a great job of making the pores vanish, at least to the visible eye.
For the most part, it is lightweight too, which helps if you’re in warmer climates and would like to enjoy the sun and heat without having to worry about your makeup staying intact.
At under $20, there’s almost nothing to not love about this product! And believe me guys, it’s got my skin looking all clear and smooooth… so for me, there’s no doubt it works.