How To Use Milk Makeup’s Blur Stick To Create An Ideal Base — VIDEOS
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Milk Makeup’s first-ever primer is blowing up in the beauty realm right now, for good reason! Some of the initial first impressions are up from your favorite beauty vloggers on YouTube, and it seems like we’ve got a hit on our hands, folks. Find out how to use Milk Makeup’s Blur Stick for a flawless look whether you’re wearing makeup or no.

Now that the reviews are in, people can’t stop raving about this item. The Blur Stick was designed to minimize your pores, fill in any lines and leave you blemish-free. Basically, it’ll get you a fresh canvas to work with, and what you do after applying is totally up to you. KathleenLights happened to think she’d like the product best on days when she’s rocking a no makeup look, while others really loved the mattifying effect it had once their foundation is applied.

Milk Makeup Blur Stick, $36, Sephora

The newest from Milk Makeup officially drops on Jan. 9, but if you shop between now and 12:00 a.m. ET on Jan. 5, you can cop it a few days early. It’s retailing for $36. You’ll get one once of product for that price, but according to KathleenLights, a little goes a long way. Without further ado, see the Blur Stick in action!

You never had a face as fresh as this before.

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Its colorless formula makes it perfect for any and every skin tone.

1. Best With No Makeup

KathleenLights on YouTube

This beauty vlogger isn't too crazy about having a matte finish on her skin, so she admits that she might not actually wear this when she's applying all-over glam. But, on those days when she's going sans product, this will be perfect for giving her an even complexion.

2. Best In The T-Zone

Thomas Halbert on YouTube

Thomas Halbert recommends targeting areas that really need pore-reduction when using this. And hey, that's really not a bad idea, especially if you're looking to really make your 36 bucks go a long way. He also mentions that if you have oily to normal skin, you're going to love this anti-shine formula. However, if you have dry skin, you may want to give your face a good exfoliation before applying or use the T-Zone only method Halbert suggests!

3. Great As A Primer

Victoria Lyn Beauty on YouTube

While she does say this is great for those makeup-free days, she loved the way her makeup looked when applying it as an actual base for foundation and more. So, if you plan on using this product exactly as it was intended to be used, your skin's in for a treat.

4. Use Under Your Eyes

JkissaMakeup on YouTube

JKissaMakeup noticed that this item works wonders in the under eye area. It reduces fine lines and really helps you look more awake. Raise your hand if you need something like this in your life *holds hand high in the air*

5. Apply It All Over

PrettyLilMzGrace on YouTube

PrettyLilMzGrace really loved the anti-shine and colorless aspects of the Blur Stick. She used it all over her face before applying anything else and even went in with her finger to make sure it was spread into every nook and cranny. The results are truly stunning.

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Milk Makeup Blur Stick, $36, Sephora

Dying to get your hands on this? Yeah, can't say I blame you. Act fast to get it before the Jan. 5 deadline or hold out until Jan. 9. But seriously, add it to your cart ASAP.