NARS Instant Line and Pore Perfector Review

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Primers are usually the last thing I go all nuts over but the NARS Instant Line and Pore Perfector is a primer to get excited about! It’s designed to smooth fine lines and reduce large pores all while creating a flawless base for smooth, even makeup application. I just love it!

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The Instant Line and Pore Perfector is part of the Pro Prime line and features a rather simple design. It’s packaged in a slim retractable plastic white tube and rubbery matte black top. The tube is quite small and slim but it feels pretty sturdy.

The Instant Line and Pore Perfector is the formula primer dreams are made of! It has a creamy gel like texture that glides onto the skin creating a smooth, flawless base for makeup. The consistency is a little thick so you don’t need to pile it on during application. A little goes a very long way! You could easily apply the Instant Line and Pore Perfector all over but I prefer to just apply it to problem areas. Like my t-zone and under my eyes. My t-zone has a mirror like shine that drives me crazy but the Instant Line and Pore Perfector knocks it out completely without looking dry or unnatural. It also fills the fine lines under my eyes that are always creasing up my concealer. It’s just a dream to use! I love it so much I even started tossing it in my kit to use on clients. The formula seems to work well with all skin types. I didn’t expect this primer to make much of a difference but the results are pretty dramatic in pictures and in person. Just look at the difference it made on my hand! The Instant Line and Pore Perfector will set you back $28 but it’s worth every single penny. Rush to your local NARS counter and grab it today!

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One Thought to “NARS Instant Line and Pore Perfector Review”

  1. Hey Fancie, I’m glad to hear you like this so much! Now I am curious about it, too. I usually need two separate primers for my undereye area and my nose, but this does look like something that can kill two birds with one stone 🙂

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