Becca Ever Matte Poreless Priming Perfector

I’ve been wanting to try Becca Ever Matte Poreless Priming Perfector for quite some time. I was really excited to get my package from Sephora, but to be honest, for all the hype, I wasn’t that impressed.

I typically use M.A.C Prep + Prime Skin as my primer for everyday makeup wear. But beauty bloggers worldwide have been raving about Becca’s primer so of course, I had to get my hands on it to see what all the fuss was about. I decided to get a travel size tube from Sephora which retails for $18.00. A full size bottle is 1.35 oz and costs $44.00.

The texture of this primer is almost like a creamy, Vaseline type of feel. I used it sparingly across my nose and around that area of my face. The pores in this area of my face are huge and can be seen from a distance.

Even though the texture of the primer was like Vaseline, it didn’t apply greasy at all. The finish was very smooth and matte indeed. I waited a few minutes and then applied my makeup. By about 10am is when I can really tell if I’m going to have a good face day. The primer was doing an okay job I suppose. But I just couldn’t see the difference between using this primer and my typical M.A.C primer.

In conclusion – I prefer M.A.C Prep + Prime Skin. I like that it comes out as a lightweight foam and I can see it filling in my pores when I apply it to my face. I like that the finish is silky smooth and it makes my face feel so soft that the makeup just glides right on. I also like the fact that Prep + Prime has little light reflectors that make my skin glisten. In fact, I sometimes wear it on non-makeup days just so I still look pulled together.

If you’re looking for a primer, give Becca Ever Matte Poreless Priming Perfector a try. But if you already have something that’s working for you – just stick to it. Sometimes what we need is already right in front of us.


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4 comments on Becca Ever Matte Poreless Priming Perfector

  • Shireen

    I must be the only one who doesn’t use primer, I received two samples (Porefessional and Smashbox) courtesy of ipsy and I tried a couple of times for both and never noticed huge differences. Maybe it’s due to my dry skin?

    Shireen | Reflection of Sanity

    • Like, Wutever

      Primers are mostly beneficial (1) if you have large pores as it will fill the pores so your makeup appears more smooth on the skin. (2) if you have oily skin as it will help absorb the oil so your makeup lasts longer. Some primers will also even out your skin tone, i.e if you have a lot of redness. But if none of those issues apply to your skin, I don’t think you have to bother. Keep on keepin’ on lady. You always look great anyway 🙂

  • Mercedes Marie

    Always looking for new primers. Currently using Benefits Porefesional. Gonna have to try this brand out.


    Mercedes Marie

    • Like, Wutever

      @disqus_yMqDP4PE87:disqus let me know how it works for you. I’d be interested in reading your review.

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