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Most People Probably Wonder What Face Primer Is, What It Does Or Why It Should Be Worn At All. Well It’s A Cream Or Lotion, Applied On The Face Before The Basic Make Ups Are Used, Its Smoothen; Improves Coverage And Lengthens The Amount Of Time The Make Up Lasts On The Face. There Are Different Types Of Face Primers. Here Are Our Top 5 Face Primers And Their Advantages.

L.A. Girl Pro. Prep
Controls Oil And Shine Around 5 Hours
Prevents Makeup From Creasing And Breaking
Clear Gel Looks Natural And Goes With All Skin Tone
Feels Light On Skin And Glides Smoothly On Skin
Provides A Perfect Velvety Matte Finish To Skin

Milani Prime Perfection
Oil Free
Adds Radiance And A Healthy Glow To Complexion
Blends Invisibly And Maintain The Skin’s Moisture Balance
Holds Makeup For About Hours
Not Too Thick Not Too Watery (Runny)

Make Up For Ever
This Corrective Primer Is Great Worn Alone
Minimizes Pores And Add Sun Protection
Can Be Used To Cancel Out Redness In The Skin
Oil Free Thus Hide The Shine

Laura Mercier
It’s A Common Assumption That Primers Can Only Be Put Under Choice Base Products But This Primer(Which Is Non Silicone) Can Be Mixed In A Foundation To Add An Extra Sheen To The Complexion
Gives A Glow
Smoother Look

Chanel
Oil Free T-Zone
Gives A Satin Or Illuminating Look
Longevity

How to Use: Apply On a Clean Moisturized Skin before Make up Application
Tip: The Key To Keeping Makeup On All Day Long Is Using Primer And It Can Be Used With Or Without Make Up.

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