Pro Filt'r Instant Retouch Primer



No Poreblem Primer


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*According to Ethical Elephant, Touch in Sol is cruelty-free, but Fenty's CF status is unconfirmed.. Makeup Maven, Kayla, says: Fenty Pro Filt’r Instant Retouch Primer is $32 for 1.08 oz while Touch in Sol No Poreblem Primer is $18 for 1.01 oz. Both products are in glass pump type components. Both feel luxurious & heavy. Fenty claims to be an oil-controlling - pore filling primer that smooths your skin for better foundation application. Touch in Sol claims to be a light silky primer that blurs the look of pores & wrinkles while enhancing the wear of makeup. This is a K Beauty brand. I have combo skin - my t-zone is oily while the rest of my face is slightly dry. I have large pores on my forehead & near my nose. I wore both of these primers for several days. Touch In Sol is slightly pink in color and feels like silicone. It absorbs into your skin quickly. I used the patting method during application and it made my skin feel very soft. My foundation went over with ease and it did fill in my pores making them less noticeable. After a 12 hour work day being in humid conditions, my makeup held up pretty well. By the end of the day, I did have some oil creeping through on my nose but for me, that is nothing new, it always happens. Fenty is nude in color and feels a bit like a light lotion. It also is a silicone primer. This primer also did a really nice job filling in my pores making them less noticeable as well as making my dry areas around my face feel a bit moisturized. My foundation went over the primer very beautifully. After a 12 hour workday with this primer, however - I had a lot more oil creeping through on my t-zone. It didn’t keep the oil at bay as Touch In Sol did. I don’t think the Fenty primer is bad by any means but I think it would be a good winter primer due to the oil control wasn't the best for me - If you have dry or normal skin this may work better for you. Both of these primers claim to be for any skin type. These products do deliver an extremely similar result - & for $14 less how can you go wrong? If you haven’t tried the No Poreblem (how cute is that name?!) Primer definitely give it a shot!


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