The Best Drugstore Blurring Primers: 168K Reviews
Based on 168,290 Influenster Reviews
Blurring primers smooth and diffuse fine lines, pores, and an uneven skin texture to give you an airbrushed complexion. They can be worn on their own or will serve as the perfect base for foundation. Here's our list of the best drugstore blurring primers, based on more than 160K Influenster reviews.
Normally I go for mattifying primers (which usually tend to be thicker and white to provide a sort of absorbing barrier before the oil breaks through) This one seemed to be more for settling skin and filling in pores, but I can go 8 hours without blotting and I'm honestly so impressed by that. I don't have much problem with dry flaky skin as long as I exfoliate in the winter, so I can't tell you how it helps there but it is moisturizing and leaves that typical soft satin primer texture that helps makeup glide over your skin. I didn't expect it to have any oil control but surprisingly it definitely helps extend my foundation for my whole 8 hour shifts!
I don't typically pay more than $6-7 dollars or so for my drugstore primers, and I'm still used to E.L.F. products being $1-$2... As another review mentioned, the packaging is misleading. There's a tube concealing the actual amount of primer actually there so it looks liek more. So I have to admit I'm not totally impressed by their price range anymore. ...read more