Have you done your makeup spring cleaning yet?
I recently re-organized some of my makeup and noticed how many blurring products I have. I’m all for a natural look, but sometimes even a beauty blogger needs extra help.
Here are some of the blurring products that I use regularly. You can apply them as a primer before makeup or to areas you want to blur after applying makeup.
The battle really comes down to the type of makeup you’re wearing, the state of your skin, and how much you want to pay for this type of product.
This instant smoother is designed to blur the visible signs of aging including wrinkles, fine lines, flaws, and visible pores. The formula comes in a pink mousse which is easy to blend.
The large tube and lower price are what I like most about this product since its blurring capability rivals more expensive products.
This skin finisher contains optical prism technology designed to give your skin a naturally airbrushed effect. When you apply Nanoblur, micro-prisms reflect light and create a smoothing effect.
The formula is thicker than other blurring products and takes a few seconds to dry on your skin. It also has a bit of a lifting sensation, and can help conceal redness and broken capillaries.
This is one of my favorite blur products; however, it is pricier than other products.
This eye primer is designed to conceal under eye dark circles, neutralise redness on the eyelid, and enhance eye shadow color. It has a nude tint (which blends in easily) to help conceal darkness and redness around the eyes.
If you want to target only your eye area, this is worth taking a look at it. However, the other blurring products work just as well in the eye area and can be used all over the face.