Mally Beauty’s Liquid Face Defender Makes for A Gorgeous Finish (Review)

Disclaimer:  This post is based on a free
product provided by a company as a press sample so that I may offer my own 
opinion, which may be the same or differ from yours.

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Mally Beauty’s Liquid Face Defender


A perfect way to finish your makeup is with a Mally
Beauty
Clear Poreless Face Defender to keep your fresh looking
fresh.  Earlier, I reviewed the solid form that gets dabbed on with
the sponge and thought it was extraordinary for performance.  This product
kept the shine away for hours and made my skin flawless.  When I found a Clear Poreless Liquid Face Defender among
some products sent to me to review, I was curious how this form would compare.



This primer-corrector/finisher is also colorless and
silicone-based, only in liquid form.  You can use this product after
moisturizing under your
makeup just as you also can do with the solid or over your
makeup as I still prefer.    



After I squeezed a little bit out, I applied quickly with
my fingers before this stuff could set.  Gently tapping the product in, I
worked down my face until I was satisfied that I didn’t miss
anything.  



This product does make your complexion so much smoother
and more flawless than just a typical translucent powder.  It also does a
nice job of keeping the shine away just like the solid form, but it is slightly
messier to use in this form and takes more time to apply.  Despite being a
nice product, I just think the compact form with a
sponge is easier than playing with your fingers, more convenient, and the winner
of two in my opinion.  



Read my review of the Clear Poreless Face Defender
for the entire scoop. However, this is my personal preference.  Do check
these Mally Beauty products out because they can be invaluable for a
prettier, fresher finish.



A one-oz. tube of Mally Beauty Clear Poreless Liquid Face Defender retails for $40.


*Disclaimer:  Free products were provided to
facilitate this review–not my opinion.*

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