PUR Make It Matte Stick

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PUR’s Make it Matte Oil Mattifying Blotting Stick

See ya shine!

Oily skin has finally met its matte. This versatile blotting stick instantly mattifies and perfects without over drying the skin, leaving you with a shine-free look that’s comfortable. Use it before makeup application as a mattifying primer or on-the-go for touchups throughout the day. Breakthrough shine doesn’t stand a chance!

Apply to clean, dry skin prior to makeup application and throughout the day on top of makeup as needed to mattify skin without disturbing makeup.

For more information and pricing, visit http://www.purcosmetics.com/make-it-matte-stick

MY REVIEW

I truly love this blotting stick. Usually I use oil blotting wipes or a brown paper towel to absorb my excess oil, but this is much easier to use and more convenient since there is no trash afterward. It is also more effective at treating my oil, as it usually takes about 3 oil blotting wipes to completely absorb my oil. I simply blot it gently on my problem areas throughout the day (if you press too hard the product smears around the side of the applicator) and within seconds my oil is gone.

The stick is small, smaller than a tube of lipstick, and is fragrance free. It leaves a lightweight “residue” on your face that blurs your oil. It also keeps oil away longer than if you used oil blotting wipes to absorb the oil.

 

I definitely recommend this if you have oily skin throughout the day!

Katie Pierce

About Katie Pierce

My name is Katie and I graduated from the University of Kansas in 2012 with a B.G.S. in the History of Art, and a minor in Applied Behavioral Science. Currently I am working as a substitute teacher from grades preK to 12th grade. This job is fun, but my favorite job is being a wife to my husband, Stephen, who is a Paramedic. On our days off we like to go on runs with our beautiful American Eskimo, cook together, venture off to local breweries, and personalize our new home. -Not all in one day though ;) You can visit my blog at http://www.diylifeaftercollege.com for some diy tutorials and recipes.

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