This is going to be a list of the products I put on my face every day - First up, Primers.
If you're interested in buying any of these products, I'll put links in the descriptions :) *
*I was not asked/paid by any of these companies to mention any of their products.
Elf Studio Mineral Infused Primer
This is BY FAR the best primer I've ever come into contact with - the feel reminds me of the GOSH gel primer - the one that feels a bit velvety - it's just SO smooth. Once you start to run out, if you take the pump off, you still have about half the product left, and I think that's a shame for people who didn't realise and bought another unnecessarily. It's fine if you just use the pump tube to get it out, but it seems like bad design.
The only other thing I'm not keen on is that the ingredients include methylparaben, ethylparaben and propylparaben. That's a lot of parabens for one face.
This in mind, I've discontinued my use of my favourite primer, and have been alternating between the following two:
Rimmel Match Perfection Fix & Protect Primer
It claims to have a 5-point attack on dull skin, smoothing, resurfacing, brightening, mattifying and protecting! It's ok. It doesn't feel great. It feels more like a watery moisturiser than a primer, but then I'm used to a gel, not a cream. It doesn't seem to do anything for my makeup, either. It's a shame really, I wanted to like it.
Witch Anti-Blemish Skin Clearing Primer
So far, so good with this one. It has a nicer feel to it - somewhere between the two finishes. It's not as smooth a finish as I'm used to but it has antibacterial properties, is fragrence free and oil free and has absolutely no parabens! so it's probably the one I'll stick with for my regular use. It doesn't provide a bad base for makeup, and it helps with my pore-guilt - at least I'm clogging them with something helpful, right?
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