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Avon Magix Face Perfector

This product is one of few that I have used for a very long time. Whenever I try a new product, I just end up returning to it as I can safely say it is the best of its kind I have ever used.
The product claims to:
-Target Pores: reduce the look of pores and banish shine for up to 10 hours
-Smooth Skin: velvety soft formula visibly smooths fine lines
-Illuminate Skin: with exclusive Optic Light Diffusing Technology
-2 Ways to Wear - alone or under foundation for extra coverage.

This product is brilliant for all skin types as far as I can tell (over the time I have used it, my skin has gone from oily to dry to sensitive) and it can be used on any skin tone as it is colourless. For me, this product is brilliant as it reduces shine, blurs and evens skin tone (it works brilliantly on my freckles). It leaves your skin feeling velvety and smooth but still is very lightweight, I really love how when I put this on and then blend in concealer it is so effortless. 
Generally, I use this as a primer but if I'm in a rush or am going to school etc. I use this on its own or with the Rimmel Stay Matte pressed powder and some concealer. I usually just apply a pea sized amount to my face with my fingers, it looks and feels like a face cream. 

It is also a brilliant, affordable alternative to the Benefit Porefessional, which I also love but is much cheaper. 

If you don't currently receive an Avon catalogue, I would highly recommend signing up. If not, you can also order from their website. Find the Face Perfector (30ml) here: http://avonshop.co.uk/product/make-up/face/foundation/avon-colour-magix-face-perfector.html
It is normally £10.50 but is currently reduced to £6.00! Win win!

I would love to hear your opinions on the product or an alternative option I could try?
Elle xxx

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