Makeup

My New Favorite Makeup Mattifier

If you follow me on IG, or maybe even worked on set together. Well, you may be well familiar with my long-term relationship with MAC Antishine. And before you say “mattifier”, yes, I’m sadly well aware that it’s been discontinued for some time now.

I can thank the little part of me that does tend to stockpile products I like, that I am now down to my last 5 tubes of said MAC Antishine, and have been lamenting on a regular basis about what will take its place. Big, shine-free shoes to fill indeed.

Well, now I am here to say I have found that product!

I’m so excited about my relatively new discovery that I have thrown this bonus post into my weekly schedule because I just couldn’t wait any longer to tell you.

And perhaps I’ve been living under a rock for some time, in fact, I know I have been. As I still have this very product written down in my iPhone Notes section from over 2 years ago as being highly recommended. Let’s just put it down to internal Covid delays, right?

And without beating around the proverbial bush anymore, I am super-duper excited to announce that my new mattifying bestie is none other than Nanoblur!!! (Insert fireworks and celebratory cocktails here, please!)

If you’re already a user, well, I’m happy to join your club and hope you welcome me with open arms!

Let me know in the comments below if you’re a longtime user, or longtime fan of Indeed Labs Nanoblur Cream.

While I have little time for youtube vids these days (with an 80hr work week, sometimes I’m pushing it just to get these posts out to you!) I am well aware that perhaps you are totally up to speed with Nanoblur. Maybe even by way of its Euphoria makeup artistry fame and viral following.

Well, not me, I’m afraid. I discovered it the old-fashioned way. Thanks to other hard-working makeup artists that introduced it to me, and got me on the Nanoblur bandwagon. Apologies for the tardiness of my arrival, but I got here.

And friend, I can tell you I am here to stay!

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Indeed Labs Nanoblur

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All About Indeed Labs Nanoblur

Indeed Labs is a Canadian company, that was formed in 2014.

I’m happy to say that Nanoblur was their first product launched in 2014. Nanoblur instantly put Indeed Labs on the map, and garnered them a solid reputation for what they do; create skincare products with formulas of the highest quality. And not just products with one single strong ingredient.

I’m even more impressed that this blurring cream comes from a skincare company.

Indeed Labs’ goal with Nanoblur is to encourage people to feel great in the skin they are in. In presenting Nanoblur as a must-have to smooth, mattify and soften fine lines and pores (and so much more!) Indeed Labs has proven that they are innovative leaders with a strong mantra to provide efficacious skincare products by way of complete ingredient transparency at an affordable price.

On top of this, Indeed labs pride themselves on the notion that 85% of their products are vegan.

Now, this is a brand I can get behind!

Nanoblur Ingredient List

  • Water (aqua/eau)
  • Adipic Acid/Neopentyl Glycol Crosspolymer
  • Dimethicone
  • Cyclopentasiloxane
  • Vp/va copolymer
  • Cyclopentasiloxane
  • Phenoxyethanol
  • Amodimethicone
  • Hydroxypropyl
  • Methylcellulose
  • Sodium acrylate/sodium acryloyldimethyl taurate copolymer
  • Caprylyl glycol
  • Isohexadecane
  • Polysilicone-11
  • Polysorbat e 80
  • Citric acid
  • Chlorphenesin

And here I thought Nanolbur was my new favorite antishine!

I love the idea that it is actually a skin prep product that you can use at home everyday. Perhaps even to take the place of some of your makeup products and truly minimize what you need to pop on your face before leaving the house in the morning!

Well, all I can say is that I know I’m late to this party but I never want to leave!

And if you haven’t used Nanoblur before, do check it out. I’m certain it will become a regular part of your makeup kit.

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