Makeup Primers: That Work For Your Skin Type

One of the most important aspects of makeup is understanding the importance of what you apply before the actual makeup application. One of the most important products every makeup lover should invest in, is a good primer. If you buy a primer and it’s formula doesn’t link together effectively, you can experience your makeup flaking off, or even cracking. 

Makeup primer is applied after your skin care routine, but before foundation. The general purpose of primer is create a smooth canvas to apply your makeup! This will also help with elasticity of your makeup, in humid weather, a long day at school or work, or even a special occasion!

Creating that flawless canvas varies on your skin type, if you have larger pores you will want a pore filling primer, if you experience extreme redness you will want a greenish primer to cancel out the red pigmentation. These are some of the few things a primer can do, but one the most important aspects is getting a formula for your skin type.

31cuSdKSdPLAcne Prone Skin: The Smashbox: Blemish Control Primer $42 is ideal for people struggling with acne. This primer contains salicylic-acid, which work wonders for treating blemishes and preventing future blemishes from appearing. The formula isn’t too heavy of a consistency, which will feel breathable. What you should keep in mind for buying a acne fighting primer, is what it contains: amazing acne fighting ingredients are salicylic acid and benzoyl acid. Even though the acne around your face may feel extra oily, it is important to have your primer contain antioxidants such as Vitamin E, A, or C. These vitamins have been known for soothing red and inflamed skin, leaving your completion feeling fresh, and rejuvenated.  

70155_2Dry Skin: Too Faced: Hangover Primer: $32 Dry skin can look and feel very dull and lifeless. When working with dry skin it important to remember you are trying to restore the natural moisture you are lacking. Dry skin can feel very tight and painful, so investing in a hydrating primer is key to help relieve the tightness around the face. The ultimate goal is to have a fresh, glowly, and hydrated face. This primer will give you that beautiful dewy healthy skin. It is also infused with soothing coconut water, and it smells so amazing! It’s a refreshing burst for your skin. This can also be worn alone and act as a light moisturizer.

the-porefessional-matte-rescue-wwl-3Oily Skin: POREfessional: matte rescue $28. Oily skin is a result of excess oily building up on the skin. The skin can feel very greasy just after a couple hours of cleansing your face. Oily skin can also result in acne, clogged pores, and blemishes. The Benefit Cosmetics POREfessional: matte rescue primer, is a gel consistency that minimizes pores. The water-based gel is essential for absorbing all of the excess oil your skin produces. It leaves your skin with a comfortable matte finish, your skin doesn’t feel too tight or to dry. This primer will work wonders for your oily skin!

1_1_8_1_3248686Combination Skin: Hourglass Veil Mineral Primer: $54 Combination skin is when you have both oily and dry skin. The T-zone (forehead, chin, and nose) tend to be the oiliest parts of the skin, while the tops of the cheeks tend to be where you are the driest. The cheeks can also be very flaky, and dull. The cheeks also are sensitive, while the T-zone can have clogged pores. The Hourglass Mineral Veil is oil-free, so it won’t disturb or cause your skin to produce extra oil. The primer is a silky texture, that will be light and hydrating enough for your drier areas. The primer will also diminish the appearance wrinkles, pores, and redness. This primer will be helpful for filling the larger pores around your nose, and

 

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