Makeup Primers – A Beginner’s Guide

Makeup Primers – A Beginner’s Guide

The first is the FACE: The primer here covers the entire face, just before the application of foundation. Here, choose a primer that matches your skin type. If you have an oily or combination skin, pick up a primer that gives a matte look. You can go for Revlon photo ready primer, L'Oreal base magique or colorbar primer. And if zits and acne are your concern, have a product that contains salicylic acid. It works wonders. People with dry skin definitely need hydration, so go for something which is heavy duty. It will work as a primer, serum, and a moisturizer. 3 in 1. Lakme blur perfect primer will suit this skin type perfectly. The ones with normal skin, congratulations, everything will work for you!

A Beginner’s Makeup Kit

A Beginner’s Makeup Kit

Let us start with the face. First of all, invest in a good primer. Something that will make your foundation last longer and in fact, if you use a primer, you'll need less foundation and so you can save your product. I have combination skin so I use the Colorbar Perfect Match Primer because it comes in a gel form. You can choose a creamy once if you have dry skin. Go for gel-based primers if you have oily skin.