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What is Makeup Primer and How to Apply it?

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Makeup primers are used under eye shadow, foundation, lipstick, mascara, and even nail polish to create a smooth foundation that will keep your other products in place throughout the day. Using a makeup Primer to your skin can be a great way to prep your skin before makeup. Once you use a primer before applying foundation to your base of makeup you can see an amazing glow to your face. Other than this Primer also helps to make your base last longer, blur fine lines, fill pores, color correct and reduce oiliness or dryness.

Whether you have dry, oily, dull, or acne-prone skin, there are different types of primers to meet your skin’s needs. The primer can be in the form of a moisturizing hyaluronic acid facial serum, a sunscreen that protects and smoothers pores, or a traditional silicone-based primer that smooths and smudges.

How to use a primer?
In contrast to make-up fixing products such as setting powder or fixing sprays, primers are always applied after the last skincare step and before make-up, as mentioned above. Before applying the primer, wait a few minutes and let the moisturizer soak into the skin before you start applying the foundation.

Take a small amount of primer from the back of your hand and simply apply it with your fingertips, blending from the nose outward. Once completely blended, your skin will appear more even and radiant and your foundation will set better. After applying, wait a few minutes before applying the primer to allow the primer to penetrate and create a smooth surface. You can also use the primer alone without foundation if you want to keep it simple. You will see that the appearance of your pores and fine lines will be visibly reduced. In addition, it helps fight redness and soften the texture of the skin.

 

 

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