If you’ve ever wondered how celebrates have such glowing, flawless skin, the answer is tey are using  makeup primer. Because makeup primer has the unique ability to fill in fine lines and wrinkles, using primer as a layer between your skin and foundation  

Youngblood Mineral PrimerYoungblood Mineral Primer

nhance the look of your makeup when you start with Youngblood Mineral Primer! This lightweight and colorless base formula goes on silky smooth, working to diminish the appearance of fine lines and pores, giving your foundation an even surface for application without leaving skin feeling heavy or clogged. Gentle enough for all skin types, Youngblood Mineral Primer absorbs into skin instantly, and works to protect skin cells, stimulating collagen production to aid in the repair of stressed skin, while protecting from additional environmental damage with added vitamins and minerals. Apply Mineral Primer prior to concealers and foundations for seamless coverage and a flawless finish!

theBalm Put a Lid on It - Eyeshadow Primer theBalm Put a Lid on It – Eyeshadow Primer

TheBalm Put a Lid on It Eyelid Primer

Let your eyes do the talking with Put A Lid On It, a quick-drying primer designed to give your boldest looks staying power. Packaged in an easy-to-squeeze tube, its light reflective properties brighten and enhance lids, while skin-smoothing ingredients ensure your favorite shades are anything but muted.

marDermalogica AGE Smart Skin Perfect Primer SPF 30 Dermalogica AGE Smart Skin Perfect Primer SPF 30

Dermalogica Skin Perfect Primer with SPF 30 is the ideal way to smooth fine lines and wrinkles while preparing skin for make-up application. Formulated with velvety silicones to create an smooth surface in an instant, this primer acts as a neutral tint to even skin complexion and amplify skin luminosity.    Benefits:

  •  up primer, sunscreen, and anti-aging treatment in one
  • Peptides and AGE Smart® actives stimulate collagen production
  • Made without artificial fragrances or colors
  • Protects against harmful sun damage
  • Wear alone or under make up

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