By Amy Sciaretto

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Game changer. That’s exactly what Milk Makeup’s Blur Stick is. It’s a chubby, twist-up stick and the product can be used as a foundation primer or on its own to effectively erase pores and spots. The only other pore minimizer I’ve used that’s nearly as good is The Estee Edit’s Pore Vanishing Stick, which is clear and makes my pores go bye-bye and gives me an even smoother surface on which to apply product. As for Milk’s Blur Stick, I love it as the only product on my face on those lazy days. It gives me a clean, even canvas.

But it’s also a perfect primer for an additional concealer or foundation to adhere to. I know it sounds like an extra step; but makeup isn’t a chore so don’t treat it like one. Embrace the extra steps and achieve a better end result.


Originally published March 2017



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