Lumene has quite recently launched two new face primers with blur effect, such a primer makes pores and such irregularities fill in and appear smaller.
I have reviewed Lumene Matifying & Pore minimizing Primer in this post as I wrote last fall, and now I have also tested Lumene CC Color Correcting Blurring Primer and thought to tell you what I think of it! :)
The big difference is that Matifying & Pore minimizing Primer is colorless, while the CC primer should also correct the skin tone.
I like Lumene's both blur primers, they fill in the pores well (I do not have super large but absolutely existing ones) and I think it is a really good product to have under their foundation!
Their degrading properties are not as effective as I would have liked, but absolutely better than without primer. But I also use my usual numbing primer that I apply all over my face, and then I take blur primer on the areas where I have larger pores.
The big difference should be that the CC primer also evens out the skin tone, which it does pyttelite but if you imagine that there will be a clear difference, you will be disappointed.
The biggest difference in my opinion is that the CC primer is felt yet smoother on the skin! It feels really super smooth :)
The primer has a slight tendency to "roll" on the skin, so it kind of crumbles a bit. I saw tendencies to this but when I massaged it in properly it went great!
This is how I look after the primer, unfortunately forgot to take a photo before but it is kind of the same although the pores are a little smaller. I think the big difference is more noticeable in reality and especially after foundation when you get a flawless and smooth result :)
Summary - This is a good blur primer for you who like a smooth and smooth skin, it improves the skin tone a little but you still look unmade up. If you have very oily skin, you should supplement with a degrading primer as well!
Any of you who have tested this? What did you think? :)