philosophy Instant Miracle Worker Line-Erasing Blur Stick Review

img_2041So I picked this little guy up on sale when I was replacing my IT CC cream. I was pretty excited about trying this.

The philosophy Instant Miracle Worker Line-Erasing Blur Stick is a “multitasking formula for all skin types and tones, that picks up excess oil, and improves the appearance of fine lines and pores.”

It is supposed to; “smooth and perfect skin texture for a flawless finish, instantly. This product diminishes the look of fine lines, wrinkles, and pores by blurring imperfections with a colorless, weightless formula that controls oil without cakiness—creating a seamless, satin finish. Perfect for all skin tones and types, the multitasking skin perfector slips into any bag for touch-ups anywhere and everywhere.”

I’ll be straight up. This did not work for me.

It is essentially just an okay primer in a stick form. Some of my makeup stayed, but by noon I was super greasy, especially my nose. I tried it every day for a week and a half switching up my technic, watching tutorials, etc. But it just did not deliver. I’ve used other Philosophy products that I really liked. So I’m pretty disappointed.

I end up returning it, I will be sticking with my Tarte clean slate primer for good.

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12 thoughts on “philosophy Instant Miracle Worker Line-Erasing Blur Stick Review

      1. When I worked at ULTA it seemed like a fair few of my coworkers really preferred silicone based primer so I definitely see the popularity and the appeal heehee 🙂

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  1. I have never tried a stick primer- I’m a little weary of anything that you rub on your face everyday without cleaning… I have oily, acne prone skin with texture– so I’m not sure how this would work for me!

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