Benefit The Porefessional Agent Zero Shine

Saturday, February 01, 2014

The Porefessional Agent Zero Shine is Benefit's latest offering to the cosmetics world.

The new accompaniment to the original Porefessional primer is a shine-vanishing PRO powder which promises to be mattifying, pore perfecting, ultra lightweight and have an invisible finish.

I adore Benefit packaging and I really like how the Spygal character has also been used with this Porefessional product. 
The powder comes housed in a tapered tube. The bottom twists off and includes a teeny little brush which is almost kabuki-esque and the top part has a twist open sifter.

To use simply tip some of the powder into the lid, use the little brush to swirl around and apply to areas of your face which could use a little mattifying. Agent Zero Shine can be worn alone for a natural look or over foundation for a flawless finish.

The powder itself is a pale cream shade which turns almost completely translucent on the skin. I find that it is really handy to pop into my bag for touch-ups throughout the day. I don't suffer from oily skin but my T-Zone often gets a little shiny in the afternoon so this is perfect. The only thng I'd fault is that the brush isn't great. Its ok for quick touchups but I prefer using my own big powder brush with this.

Porefessional Agent Zero Shine retails at £23.50 for 7g and is available form Benefit concessions and the Benefit website

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