Holy Grail: Becca Ever-Matte Poreless Priming Perfector


I have tried a lot of primers in the past to try to control my very oily skin but I just thought that due to my skin type, it would be impossible.

Usually when I apply my primer before my makeup, within an hour, I am already start to become shiny (just to give an example of how oily my skin is) and if I go two hours without blotting, I am a grease ball.

With that being said, I went to Sephora to pick up some foundation that I have been testing out but they were out of my shade.  Since I can't just leave the store without getting anything, I asked the Sephora employee if they had any products that could help with my oily skin.  She recommended the Becca Cosmetics Ever-Matte Poreless Priming Perfector:

Let me say.......I don't why it took me so long to get this (because I have heard of this before) but this just became my holy grail product.  I couldn't believe how matte it kept my face and how smooth my foundation applied.  This product is a cream primer that is a little tricky to use.  I totally messed up the first time using it (and not reading the directions) which made it flake up and was hard to apply to my face.  After finally reading the directions, I used about a pea size of the product and rubbed it within my fingers to warm it up.  When it was warm, I pat the cream first over my T-Zone and then over the rest of my face.  I let the product sit on my face for about a minute before I applied my foundation:

This product controlled my oil better than any primer that I have tried in the past.  I was able to go about 5 hours before I became shiny and didn't have to blot my skin during those hours:

The only con that I found for this product is that I wasn't able to go 12 hours like the product claims but again, I have extremely oily skin, so for me, it was perfect (a miracle for me).  I would recommend this product for anyone that has very oily to oily skin (and even combination skin).  If you have dry skin, I would test it out first with the mini size version to see if it would work for your skin without drying it out.

I purchased this product at Sephora in store for $36 (1.35 oz) and they also sale this product at Ulta.  They also sale a mini size for $15 (0.40 oz) if you want to test it out or if you just want to get it at a cheaper price.

Have you tried the Becca Ever-Matte Poreless Priming Perfector?  How was your experience?

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