mattify

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mattify

(ˈmætɪˌfaɪ)
vb, -fies, -fying or -fied
(tr) to make (the skin of the face) less oily or shiny using cosmetics
[C20: from mat2]
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This on-the-go compact includes two vegan, no-mess skin mattifiers that fit in your purse or gym bag to keep you looking flawless thanks to natural skin-balancing ingredients.
This mousse formula has silicone mattifiers that drape a velvety veil over stuff you'd rather hide (uneven tone, shine, dullness) while keeping the overall look fresh, not flat.
The longwearing foundation is formulated with vitamin C, magnesium, oil-absorbing mattifiers and SPF 18 to combat signs of fatigue, hide blemishes, stop shine, end rub-off and fight the elements.
While many of us will be familiar with mattifiers ( liquids that when worn alone or under foundation, keep a matt make-up finish ( most of us prefer powders.