A couple of my favorite bloggers had mentioned this product, so I kept an eye out at the store. The first place, Target, was plum sold out. I figured it must be a good product if it was sold out.
The next place had it, and it was on sale to suit, so I grabbed it and took off. So what did I think?
Well, to be honest, it's not my favorite primer to date, but it's ok.
The consistency is interesting: It is like a paste, almost like a spackle that is thick, not liquid.
It seems like if you apply it over your pores that it would fill them in and even out your complexion. But I didn't see any such results.
To me, it applied evenly, and my makeup applied fairly decently on top. It does have a little weird "balling-up" action going on as you try to blend it in:
see how it kind of balled up on the skin? Eww!
I also noticed it didn't keep my oily face at bay. In fact, of all primers, I got oily faster on this one than any others I've tried. Super disappointing!
Overall, I only wasted a few bucks, so I'm not too bummed, and if push comes to shove, it's better than no primer. I liked the concept, and think maybe with some tweaking, this could be an awesome product.