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When it comes to shine, there’s a thin line between a dewy, radiant complexion and looking like you moonlight as an auto-mechanic. To stay on this side of an oil spill, we rely on Youngblood’s Anti-Shine Mattifier. The balm-like formula keeps oil in check all day long while upping your makeup’s staying power. The translucent hue seamlessly blends in with all skin tones and leaves behind a satiny finish.
The powder was ok. I tried and didn't see much difference with controlling oils. I will try another product in the future3
I love the concept of what this product should do, but it didn't stand up to my expectations. It applied easily, but it definitely did not last as long as I would have liked.2
I love anything that claims to mattify the skin! This stuff was nice because it goes on totally invisible and absorbs well. I liked the mattifying properties. I just wish it was easier to apply.4
It matifies, but I noticed it doesn't last long hours. I was hoping I would find something that does, but it seems the only answer is blotting.4
Loved this product! Just a tiny bit goes a long way and lasted me all day. Kept my T-zone look matte and flawless.5
I so wanted to love this. I didn't like the compact because I didn't know how much I was putting on. It was hard to gauge what was going on to my grease face. I applied a lot, I applied a little. I applied before makeup, I applied after makeup. In the end, my grease never changed, so it got sent back.2
I have used this product a handful of times, and I didn't find it to work very well. I was disappointed, but will try it with some other makeup brands that I have to see if that makes a difference.2
It definitely does a nice job of giving your skin a nice dewy complexion as opposed to chalky or powdery. Will most likely buy when mine runs out4
Works great on relieving the look of shine. I recommend to those shiny faces!4
i thought this was a pretty good idea, and i love young blood, so i was excited. i dont have much of a crazy T zone, so it was hard to tell if it really would mattify on an oily day. from what i did see, im assuming it would3