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8 Primer Tricks You've Never Heard Before!
Try a tinted primer, if your face is well... dull, you might would want to try a light pink primer.
Less is more! You don't need to coat your face with this stuff. When you overload on primer, it pills under your foundation, says makeup artist Sandy Linter. A small drop (the size of a raisin) is plenty. Gently rub into the skin for even coverage.
Treat your eyes, Gently patted around the eyes and on the lids, primer acts as a three-in-one. It prevents makeup from smudging or creasing by absorbing oils, it softens crow's-feet, and it counteracts redness.
Boost your lashes, For thicker, longer lashes, layer an eyelash primer yes, there is such a thing under your regular mascara. These formulas amplify sparse fringe and contain vitamin E or glycerin to condition lashes
Go easy on acne, Skip any spot treatments if your primer already contains anti-acne ingredients. Layering on too many acne-fighting products at once could irritate the skin and cause inflammation.
Prime your lips, dab on a lip primer to prevent lipstick from feathering or settling into lines. If you don't have a lip primer on hand, one designed for your face can work as well.
Finish with powder, To set your makeup, follow this magic order: primer, liquid foundation or tinted moisturizer, translucent powder. Without a last dusting of powder, the water in your makeup and the silicones in most primers repel each other, so if you touch your face both will come right off!
Smooth your décolletage, that's right: In addition to your eyes, cheeks, lips, and lashes, primer works miracles on other areas, too. The silicones in primers help fill facial fine lines and even out makeup, but they can work on other areas as well. Dab some on your hands, neck, and chest.