This week I’ve been using these products everyday in different ways to see how they work and if they really do what they say on the packaging.
Touch in Sol No Poreblem! Primer
I saw this range from Touch in Sol a few months back in Priceline but couldn’t justify the pricetag $31.99 I believe. So I waited till they went on sale and gave this one a go. It has a lot of promises on the packaging as it shows on the photo below.
For me it didn’t conceal my pores and uneven skin tone. It doesn’t have that silicon feel like most pore minimising primer have. It felt more like a thick night cream but blended out really nicely. A little goes a long way. It feels really nice and fresh on the skin with a slight floral scent.
I love the pump on the bottle. Makes it so easy to get the exact amount of primer you need. Overall I found that it doesn’t hide pores or wrinkles which for the price I was hoping it would do at least that. But it is a nice everyday primer. Made my foundation last pretty well, but I still much rather my Nivea Men post shave balm.
Repurchase? No, as it’s quite expensive for a drugstore primer and didn’t do what it said it does.
Innoxa Cover & Correct Cream Concealer Palette
I wasn’t sure how much I would use a palette like this but made myself use it everyday for a week so I could give you guys a review on it and now I’m in love with it and will use it most days I do my makeup.
This product is so creamy and does exactly what it says on the packaging. I love using the yellow and apricot correct order around my eyes and it makes my dark circles completely disappear and makes my eye area nice and bright.
The green corrector is incredible for erasing red areas on my face! I couldn’t believe it! It’s crazy pigmented and I put a little too much on the first time but it blended out so well it didn’t matter I put too much on.