Lady Reviews | Etude House Face Blur

Beauty, Review, Skincare

The Face Blur by Etude House is a primer which promises to even out and brighten the complexion, and cover up pores and blemishes. It is said to provide multi-filtering effects for refined, smooth and flawless skin. It should be applied as the last step of your skincare routine, and can be used by itself or under makeup. It is also a sunscreen, with SPF 33 and PA++, providing moderate protection against both UVA and UVB rays (I’ve written a post explaining such labels on sunscreen, which you can find here).


The product comes in a 1.2oz (35g) bottle with a pump which dispenses just enough product for the whole face. It is lightweight and moisturizing, with a powdery scent. The product’s texture and colour remind me of calamine lotion – a light pink, medium texture cream which spreads easily on the skin. I like to apply it with my fingers, right after moisturizer, then wait for it to be absorbed before putting on makeup, if I’m using any. Though it goes on a bit tacky, it becomes very comfortable and hydrating when absorbed, leaving the skin dewy and slightly whitened.


My skin does look smoother and more even (both in tone and in texture) after application, though it doesn’t do much to hide my pores. It also gives the skin a healthy glow, however it is used, which is what I most enjoy about this primer. Though I did enjoy this product, I found that the lasting power of my makeup wasn’t terribly improved – though it did keep my skin from getting shiny for a couple of hours longer than usual.

An overall great product which I would recommend for anyone who loves a luminous, radiant look and doesn’t suffer from large pores; and also to anyone who would like a brighter and more even complexion without having to wear makeup. Considering that it is also a sunscreen, I’d say this product is more than worth a try.

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