5 Drugstore Face Primers You Should Check Out

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5 Drugstore Face Primers You Should Check Out

There is an immense pleasure in saving money, something very satisfying, no matter how meager the amount is. In our world of makeup, it’s a great relief when you find an awesome product at a much low rate and it is definitely a triumph because you know you’re getting what you need at a cheaper rate.

Have you ever applied your foundation only for it to slide off your face a few hours later? That will happen no more if you apply a face primer before your makeup. A face primer is one of the best ways to insure your makeup stays on longer. It pampers the skin and creates a protective barrier.

So combining the above two situations together, we’ll be talking about 5 drugstore face primers today.

The Revlon PhotoReady Color Correcting Primer

 

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One of the best face primers I have used till date. It brightens skin and neutralizes redness while evening out uneven skin tone. The primer can be worn alone or under foundation to create a smooth, even canvas. The lavender tint brightens dull skin and neutralizes redness and creates a perfect base so that your foundation will glide on more evenly and smoothly. The primer is oil free, talc free, fragrance free, paraben free.

Colorbar Perfect Match Primer:

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This satiny touch oil-free primer masks fine lines and uneven texture, making skin marvellously soft and smooth. This Colorbar primer is a thick gel like liquid which oozes out from the twist open bottle with ease. I love the packing, it is classy and the transparent bottle, helps you know how much product is left. On application of the primer, skin becomes satiny soft and make up lasted longer. It will help oily skin beauties, since it will prevent skin from getting too oily. It minimizes the appearances of fine lines and open pores.

MUA Professional Primer

 

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Pop it on moisturised skin before your foundation and you’ll notice a difference instantly. What it does is that it creates the perfect base for you to pop your makeup on top of. It does this by slightly mattifying the skin, smoothing out the texture and helping reduce pore size. When you pop your foundation on top, it will cling to the primer and last all day, and not only that but you’ll find it easier to apply.

ELF Studio Mineral Infused Face Primer in Clear:

 

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The packaging looks adorably chic, reflecting a much higher price tag than what it actually has. The pump dispenser keeps application hygienic and inanely simple. All you require is a pea sized amount, generally a pump should suffice, to prime your entire face. Once you begin to rub in the primer into your skin, you can feel the silicone creating a “barrier” on your skin. It fills in my fine lines and works brilliantly for my mom’s open pores too. This barrier also locks in moisture in the skin and feels extremely light, almost like you have nothing on at all. This primer has never broken me out and doesn’t make my combination skin feel greasy.

Tips & Toes Professionals Smoothening Face Primer

 

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This primer is very thick, yet smooth and gives a perfect canvas to apply foundation or any makeup. The primer has transparent gel type consistency which reminds me of petroleum jelly but on thicker side. One thing I noticed that it gives a beautiful mattifying effect and help in absorbing serum. It didn’t feel heavy on skin rather made my skin look silky smooth. The result it gives is beautiful, fresh glowing skin with no greasing or melting even after hour and hours. The amount you need is very less hence a little goes long way. It has very mild decent smell which fades away in a minute or two.

These are our top 5. Which one is your favorite?

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