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  • Boasting a lightweight "air-whipped" formula that's oil-free, the product goes so far as to claim an "air-brushed" "poreless" finish.

    The Budget Fashionista

  • So if the "poreless" part is what draws you to this product, I wouldn't get too excited.

    The Budget Fashionista

  • An air-jet wand emits a fine mist of foundation that sits evenly on your skin, minimizing imperfections and leaving you with a poreless, natural look.

    Celebrity Skin: Airbrushed Makeup

  • It's beloved by movie makeup artists, who use it to prep celebrity faces before makeup, turning worn-out skin into smooth, poreless canvases. $75,

    Scrubbing Off Indian Summer

  • Tessa could see their similarities to Camille, the features they shared—the poreless skin, the jewel-colored eyes, the pale cheeks splotched with artificial rouge.

    Clockwork Angel

  • Hair unwashed, face clean, poreless, she exuded a glamour she was wholly unaware of, consisting as it did of her unlikely innocence in the face of Hollywood, and her own as-yet undefeated ideals the grand ambitions of youth—anticipation, I think I can safely claim, was the best part.

    Hollywood Savage

  • Shame on Mr. Heinlein for making his women human, instead of poreless rubber dolls with agendas.

    The Lensman's Children

  • His skin, a honey color, glistened under the lighting, and he seemed poreless.

    The Marriott Hotel, Downtown Brooklyn

  • We often joke that the plague of high school became her blessing after forty and my perfect poreless, translucent skin now reveals my character.

    The Christmas Cookie Club

  • So he can get away with making her completely CG, with poreless skin, in fact it will be more true to the manga.

    James Cameron Quickly Updates His Battle Angel Adaptation «


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