Primer is an elementary product that’s applied to your skin to create a flawless base to hold onto whatever makeup you are applying like foundation, concealer or tinted moisturizer. Primers come along with a facial serum that boosts hydration, a sunscreen that protects and softens the appearance of pores, or a traditional silicone-based primer.
The primers don’t just smooth skin, keep makeup in place, and blur pores to near invisibility. They can also brighten, diminish fine lines and wrinkles, aim acne, and add loads of moisture. Without feeling heavy, you can even give skin a temporary face-lift.
You need to master the art of application after you find the appropriate primer for your skin. Always apply moisturizer before priming, as it makes your primer application even. Wait a few minutes after your application before priming and take Professional Makeup Artist Shweta Gaur’s advice to begin in the center of the face and work your way out, you want light coverage, not heavy.
Apply it with your fingertips or a sponge and avoid the eye area. Allow a few minutes for it to set before applying foundation, once your primer is on. Make sure you choose a product that mixes well with the foundation when choosing a foundation. Try to keep like with like to confirm your foundation doesn’t separate during the day.
It’s important to not to forget your eyes as well. What’s worse than creating a perfect masterpiece on your eyes, only to make it fade or smear just an hour or so later? Nothing. Hence, it’s important to keep your eye makeup insured, and primer is that coverage.
Your eye shadow will stick longer if you have applied Primer well on your eyes. Primers these days are stronger and more efficient than ever.
Shweta Gaur, a renowned Makeup Artist says that for creating the perfect makeup look, you need to use a primer perfectly. Follow these tips to create a flawless base, so that your makeup can last longer and looks amazing.