Sample Size Show and Tell – Murad Invisiblur

Life has been a little crazy the last two weeks so I haven’t been quite as “viral” as I usually am!  Today I am starting a new feature called Sample Size Show and Tell.  I have been doing a ton of online shopping recently and received an abundance of samples.  Confession time: I am terrible about using samples.  I am so attached to the items that I use, that I have a hard time branching out and trying samples. I thought that featuring them on here would help me kill two birds with one stone.  My first show and tell is for Murad’s Invisiblur Perfecting Shield Broad Spectrum SPF 30.

The Product

0.17 FL. OZ. / 5 ML
0.17 FL. OZ. / 5 ML

Murad’s Invisiblur is targeted as a single step makeup/skincare treatment that will blur facial imperfections while also leaving your skin with a matte, velvety texture.  They also recommend using this product as a mattifying facial primer.

The Invisiblur container has a pump which allows you to distribute small amounts of the product directly onto your hand.  The clear gel-like consistency applies easily and evenly over your face, and a little bit goes a long way!

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Final Thoughts

I used this product solely as a primer.  I am always on the lookout for a good mattifying primer during my shiny summer months and this product was a good option.  It does not have a strong scent, which I like, and I loved how smooth my face felt.  It really did a great job minimizing my shine throughout the day.  While I liked the product, I don’t think I would purchase the full size which retails for $65.00.  I did not feel that it did anything over and above the other mattifying primers I use, Julep Blank Canvas and Tarte Clean Slate Poreless 12 Hour Perfecting.

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