Before you lay your foundation, make sure your skin is primed and ready for color.
Just like you prime your walls before applying a coat of paint, using a primer makes the paint cover better and the whole look is smoother. The same works on your skin. Primers can also act as mattifers to block excess oil from breaking down your color foundation. A good primer also makes your foundation last longer so you won’t need to reapply as often to maintain good coverage. Primers are also good for concealing open pores. You can use it instead of moisturizer for oily skin and on top of moisturizer for dry skin. Look for a primer with an SPF for added benefits. Another tip is to stick your prim
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