By now most of us are aware of the benefits of primer, and yet some of us would rather save the shelf space in their bathroom for something else.
But today, we are setting out to change minds.
So for those who might be asking, what exactly is a primer and what can it do for me?
We have just the answer for that.
Not only will Primer help smooth fine lines and minor imperfections as well as hold your foundation, blush, and eye shadow but it should also become part of your skincare routine.
But how do you ensure you receive the benefits of a flawless finish from your primer?
Firstly you need to make sure the area is prepped and primed for your makeup application, and that is why our Youthful Anti-ageing Primers posts outlined the many, many types of primers on offer.
All these various primer are specifically formulated for their given areas, some will brighten the faces appearance and can be worn alone to even out your natural skin tone, others have a SPF formulation to protect your face from the harmful UVA and UVB rays while others are moisturising and control oil production just as our Invisible Fill Makeup Airbrush Line Filling Mattifier does.
Another fact which proves the worth of this beauty item is its ability to be an all-in-one product, rather than adding a face moisturiser, an SPF cream, an under eye cream and then your foundation, your primer can be your moisturiser, SPF protector and under eye cream.
This is just what our amazing Pore Perfect CC Primer is capable of.
Concealing and cleaning pores this skin perfecting multipurpose anti-ageing mineral primer is the ideal companion to any mineral makeup powder and with a skin pliable elastic formula it can help to maintain skin youth while providing immaculate flawless unstoppable wear with the Renovage youth molecule as well as vitamins A, C and E.
Lasting up to 16 hours, both water and preparation resistant this concentrated primer can be mixed with your moisturiser for a sheer natural finish.
This primer can be applied to open pores daily, alone or over makeup with a sponge or with your fingertips, as a way of spot concealing or for full coverage or even additionally with mineral powder over the top.
So whether you are trying to treat or cover unsightly pores, redness, fine lines or dark circles be sure to begin priming, you will never look back once you start.