MILK MAKEUP Blur Stick
Proven to minimize the appearance of pores up to 68%* using blurring microsphere technology.
Goes on clear to prep skin for makeup and leave a smoooooth, matte finish.
Lets Skin Breathe
With an innovative non-comedogenic, silicone-free, and oil-free formula that won't clog pores.
Ingredients: Cetearyl Ethylhexanoate, Hydrogenated Polyisobutene, Polymethyl Methacrylate, Silica, Polyethylene, Hydroxystearic Acid, C12-15 Alkyl Benzoate, Octyldodecanol, Stearalkonium Hectorite, Propylene Carbonate, Fragrance/parfum May contain/peut contenir: Titanium Dioxide/CI 77891, Iron Oxides/CI 77489, CI 77491, CI77492, CI 77499see more...
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MILK MAKEUP Blur Stick
- "this is the best product in milk makeup for me personally. so far this is the best from my cosmetic history. it is easy, my skin becomes so smooth. i have oily skin so this makes my skin become so much better when i use this. i will rebuy this when the current one is gone." in 195 reviews
- "this is good for oily skin! it works well with my acne prone skin and doesn't break me out. evens out the texture of my skin and feels like nothing on my skin ." in 23 reviews
I love the way this actually blurs pores and fine lines but I hate the way it looks when foundation is applied over it. It peels up and looks gross. Doesn't look smooth at all. Would be a good product to wear by itself for an every day kind of look
This does cover up some imperfections but you have to be careful bc it kind of cakes up if you are not careful! I wouldn't say it hides pores at all! The product builds up together
This product isn’t as great as they would make you think, when i apply i don’t see a difference before or after putting the rest of my make up on. Hides pores real poorly, make up doesn’t go matte like it says. Consistency is so transparent that you cant tell product is going on even just a Swatch on your hand will tell it all. Just so not happy about this but Thank you influenster. 👎🏼☹️
I feel like this is a total waste of money for me. I was dying to try it but it does not a thing for me! It's not cheap so better to test in store to make sure it does something for you before spending the money :( I do wanna try their products tho
i'm a big big BIG fan of milk makeup and this blur stick is now part of my daily makeup routine. i've never been into primers but this one is just too easy not to use. i love the finish, i love the packaging, and it makes my pores nearly invisible. i even use it on the no makeup days.
This is sort of "meh". In my own experience using it, I don't exactly get any type of blurring from the product but I do still use it because I enjoy the silicone-like feeling it gives as a primer to your skin tint/foundation. Works best with liquids on top.
I can see how this might make a difference for folks who have very large pores but for myself it did nothing that a regular (and less overpriced) face primer couldn't do. It's certainly very easy to apply and I didn't have any pilling with it but it's just an entirely unnecessary step for me.
When I first put this on to feel how it was on my face, I didn’t notice a difference in the way it looked. Once I actually did my makeup and put it on with my concealer, it made my concealer look to smooth and not crease. I love it! I’m not a big fan of the way it feels on my face though.
Milk makeup is personally my favorite brand I strongly recommend it. This is my favorite primer along with the cooling stick because the make your skin look and feel so nice. This one is perfect for blurring pores and just making the skin smootg
I really did not like this. It is pretty pricey for a very minimal effect. It blurs a little bit but it isn’t very noticeable and when I applied enough to notice a visible blurring effect, it balled up and made my foundation patchy underneath.
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First off, ive been dying to try this out. Ive heard about it but want to try it out for myself. Is it worth the money?
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