Sephora Collection Beauty Amplifier Pore Primer vs. Benefit The POREfessional Face Primer

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Makeup Maven, Katie, says: The Sephora primer comes in a stick that you rub on your face that leaves a smooth but sticky surface which is very good for getting makeup to wear longer. The Benefit primer is in a tube that also leaves a smooth finish but not sticky. Both hide your pores very well and wear a long time! I have to say that the Sephora one wore off before the Benefit did, however, it was not long after that that Benefit also wore away. For the price, it is highly recommended to go with the Sephora primer!

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