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No7 Airbrush Away Primer Review

Thursday, August 11, 2016 Alexa W 5 Comments

I've been testing out this product for a while now, and I figured a reviewed was necessary. After four uses I think I can give an unbiased review, and since it's a drugstore product it's not a huge investment to make!

I received this in a 'goodie box' as I call it, worth £50 from Boots where this brand is primarily sold. This is pricier at £16 but you get a full 30ml, unlike a glass bottle which often has much less product in it. The packaging itself is sleek as always, and now lets get into the specifics...


Pros:


  • Smooth texture and application - no flaking or dryness
  • This has a nice smell, always a bonus, and gentle on the skin.
  • No animal testing
  • Very moisturising - ideal for drier skin types


Cons:


  • Not suited for oily skin types (with full liquid makeup over)
  • After a few hours you need to powder or blot in order to keep everything in place


This is my first time using it, as picture above, and my makeup looks great - I didn't edit my photo at all here! I like it, and as a drugstore brand it is one I trust more so than others.

Initially there is nothing bad or particularly special about it but I think dry skin would drink this up (pun intended) and allow makeup and particularly foundation to stick to it. For my skin type, it's not ideal during summer but I don't regret buying it and I'm sure I'll find ways to make it work the best way.

Let me know your thoughts!

xoxo

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5 comments:

  1. This sound really nice your skin looks really flawless here x

    Zoe Mountford x

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  2. seems like a nice product!

    lu | coco & louis

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    1. 😚 It's definitely worth trying!

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  3. I think it's rubbish. It doesn't minimize anything nor blur out pores. Revlons blur is much better. I have good skin but got this in a goody bag and it absolutely made no difference.

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