Benefit just created a new primer inspired by a fan favourite

Alexandra Hourigan 16 October 2017 NEWS

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Happy Monday! There is a new 'POREfessional primer' coming to Benefit cosmetics.

I didn't even know I was waiting for this product to come out before it did. The original porefessional primer, perfection in a tube, has been a major favourite amongst makeup goers. It leaves your face looking velvety smooth with the disappearance of your pores but it does give you a matte finish. So for those who enjoy the dewy look, it is somewhat limiting.

Until now!

The new primer coming to Benefit is the 'Pearl Porefessional Primer'. It showcases a new baby pink packaging that is absolutely to die for. This new primer aims to leave you with a soft radiant look, minimise your pores, help brighten your skin and look more awake, and can also be used to set your makeup. Is it magic? Probably.

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Benefit has not yet released a date that we can expect to see this product officially. Although it does look like there may be some samples available in stores, so maybe a quick pop up the shops will do. Benefit's POREfessional primer claims to "quickly minimise the appearance of pores & fine lines for smoother-than-smooth skin" and also won the Best Primer at the Beauty Heaven awards 2015.

Therefore we can only hope this new addition can be as good as its big sister. For those with dry skin, this primer will be a 100% godsend as the original professional primer definitely better suits those with oily to combination skin. It will surely be interesting to see this product in action as highlighting products can often cause pores to stand out. Except this one claims to hide those pores and leave you looking like a radiant goddess. Yes, please.

We will be keeping a lookout for some samples of these in-store or an announcement from Benefit. If you happen to get your hands on one let us know at @finderstyle on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

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