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ʙᴀᴛᴛʟᴇ ᴏꜰ ᴛʜᴇ ᴘʀɪᴍᴇꜱᴛ: Rimmel London vs No Poreblem

Hello everyone, since I had the luxury of testing out the latest Touch in Sol Tester Bag, I found a product in there that really captured all I could ever need in a primer. No Poreblem has been something I keep reaching for currently and it made me think; 'what was life like before you?' So, I thought it would be quite a fun post to compare two very different primers together. One I love vs one I was currently using because I got it on clearance. In truth, I thought I found a gem before No Poreblem but let's see how well these two hold up in a BATTLE OF THE PRIMEST....Now, I'm not going to be biased because I currently love the new one. I want to be thorough in my battle here. With solid proof AND evidence. Maybe my love for No Poreblem is a love found in hast, perhaps the old primer has been forgotten...whatever the reason, it's time to see who is worthy of my wear~!


Rimmel London Fix&ProtectNow, the reason I grabbed this Rimmel Primer to begin with wasn't just because I found it in the discount bin at Walmart. (Haha) In truth, I wanted this specific primer because I heard so much about it--finding it for 3 dollars was just icing on the cake! Lol

The pros about this product are: Pore Minimizing, Moisturizing and Mattifying. With Sun Protection and promises to 'perfect' the skin...im sure you could see why I was curious. (I'm a simple woman, I see pore reduction promises--I instantly wanna try!! Hahaa)

But the first thing I noticed now that I can compare it with something else--it is so much thinner in comparison. Almost like watered down milk. It also gave me a rather sticky/glossy appearance despite the matte claims.


NO  POREBLEMThe difference in quality is very obvious. The texture is very apparent, too. Where Rimmel London failed to matte, No Poreblem did in spades. 

If you didnt see my post about No Poreblem, you should definitely check it out HERE. I get into pretty good detail about the primer. I don't want to repeat myself here. But to sum it down--the photos don't lie.


THE  COMPARISONI mentioned the consistency--Rimmel is ten times thinner than No Poreblem. It has a feel that is stickier and slimmer, in my opinion. The Fragrance for them both are different, as well. Rimmel being reminiscent of Sunscreen and No Poreblem a light floral.The only notable thing I seen (that I didnt before) with Rimmel was that the primer has a bit of glitter hidden inside the formula. A tactic most primers do use to give you a false hope of working, especially in photographs. The glitter bounces light off the skin surface to pretend a flawless appearance. (Probably not too healthy for my large pores!) Not a huge deal, especially if you plan to only use this for photography but in comparison to a primer like No Poreblem where it goes above and beyond to actually soften my enlarged pores to the extent of them being invisible just does not compare.


LET'S POWDER THE CONTENDERS As you can plainly see, powdering them helped a lot. Gave both of them a good 'matte' look instead of using them alone. Despite all of that, Rimmel still kept some of the shine compared to No Poreblem.


SMILE/WRINKLE  TESTThis test was essential for me, at least--I tend to have varied facial expressions and sometimes my makeup can really show my wrinkles. I wanted to see if the primers could help with the creasing/wrinkling/pores/etc. As mentioned above, Rimmel is all about glitter because I did this test without my studio lights on and the pores on Rimmel's side showed right up to this party. Hahaa No Poreblem was so much better in comparison.


THE  VERDICTNo Poreblem wins hands down. All the evidence and photos clearly proves that. It gave me smoothe, clear, poreless results where Rimmel London only pretends to do. I definitely will be continuing my usage with the winning primer! 

Thank you for viewing and joining me on this beauty journey. I hope you got something out of this...or at the very least, were entertained. Now I must ask...Are you not...entertained? No? Well...This. is. SPARTA!! *Kicks Rimmel into hole* wrong movies, I know. Hahaa xoxo

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  • Bonita kasee

    Yeah definitely gonna try this primer, I see the Hugh difference! Right now I'm using tatcha primer, not impressed with it! So I'll continue on trying new stuff lol thanks for this post, I really needed to see it it just sealed the deal for me!! I'm buying it!! No poreblem primer!!

  • Jennifer Henning

    Wow, excellent review. I love this. I wanted to try these products sooo badly. Great results. You really did great on pictures and showing results. Thanks for sharing.

  • Cait Burrie

    Great review! Your pictures were amazing, I can not believe the comparison! I also have a large pore issue and I actually just ordered No Poreblem off of Boxycharms Pop up sale and I’m getting it for $6 , which I was excited just for that reason. However, after your review I am over the moon 🌙 pumped!! Lol Fantastic review, thank you!

  • Tonilynn Rosario

    Wow what a great review you did. those photos are amazing at showing the product and detailed the journey

  • Stephanie

    I have to agree w/you, No Poreblem is my go to Primer! You did such a great comparison review!🤩 This is one of the best reviews I've ever seen!!! 💯🍭🤷‍♀️

  • Robin Bell

    I love these comparison videos so I really get an idea of what products I need to buy and what’s worth the money

  • Marlena Fannin

    I am definitely going to have to get some No Poreblem. I have large pores and you have made a believer out of me Hannah Marie. Thanks for the awesome review!!

  • Joylynn Grindle

    Another Great review. You should do this for a living or do you do this for a living? I agree with you on the No Poreblem Primer also. It's a awesome product that works for oily skin great. I think its going to last a while also. I've been using it every since I received it and a little goes a long way. I love that in a product.

  • Jaxgma

    I have large pores too. This looks like it might be worth a try.

  • Tho

    Cool felt like I was doing it myself kootoes. I agree with briAnna great review. My favorite is Remmel somethings work better for one and another works better for someone else.

  • BriAnna Nicole

    This is a great review! So thorough and detailed. I love the No Poreblem Primer! I have never tried the Rimmel one, but it seems I'm not missing much lol

  • TripleB

    Amazing! You make me want to keep trying out that noporeblem primer. Maybe try different foundations to see which works best

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