Primers are relatively new products on the market, but began to be increasingly better known and to give dependency. This should not surprise us. Makeup where has been previously applied primer is stronger and almost perfect. Whether is for face, eyes, lips, or lashes, primer has become a 'must have' for make-up artists.
Primer prepares the face for makeup, making it to be long lasting. Its application before the foundation, after moisturizer, gives a skin almost perfect.
Why should you use a face primer:
• Provides lasting for foundation;
• Smoothes the skin, hides fine lines and makes pores less visible;
• Hides facial imperfections (even blemishes);
• Controls shine of mixed or oily skin absorbing the sebum;
• Moisturizes and protects the sensitive skin;
• Facilitates the application of foundation.
After applying the face primer wait a few minutes for it to adhere to the skin and then apply foundation.
It is an essential cosmetic product for a perfect and long lasting eye makeup.
Why should you use an eye primer:
• It makes eye makeup remains intact even 10 hours whether you have dry lids or oily;
• Applied over the primer, makeup colors are more vibrant.
Apply a thin layer (NOTE!) on the eyelids and stretch thoroughly. Allow 1 minute to dry and then apply the eye shadow.
Why should you use a lip primer:
• It makes lipstick to have an intense shade and resistant to transfer;
• Lips will look smooth;
• Helps to prevent smudging and creasing.
Apply a thin layer all over your lips, let it dry a few seconds and then apply lipstick or gloss.
• protects lashes and makes them resistant;
• provides long and thick eyelashes;
Apply it before mascara.
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Mostly used bronzers are in powder, which are especially suitable for normal skin, mixed or oily. Gel or cream bronzers are suitable for dry skin.
Bronzer comes in various shades to be used on different skin tones:
Bronzer must be one or two shades darker than your skin.
It also can be matte or shimmery.
Bronzer doesn’t replace the blush. It will apply to areas that are most affected by the sun: forehead, nose, sides of cheeks, chin, shoulders and cleavage. Do not overdo the amount applied. Bronzer should come only with a slight touch, like a gentle kiss of sun.