May 06, 2012
I RAN OUT OF MY BARE MINERALS FOUNDATION PRIMER! I'm looking for a new one, but I don't have time or money to go and get a nice one from sephora... Can anyone help?
May 07, 2012
Rimmel has one that is pretty decent. I'm pretty sure that is the only drug store one I've tried...but I have heard great things about the L'Oreal ones.
I actually use Monistat Chafing Relief Powder-Gel as a primer.
If you want the most product for your buck, Hard Candy. ($8 for ~1.7 oz)
L'Oreal do one, but you only get half an ounce or so of product for the price (about $11 for 1/2 oz, or $22/ounce; at that rate you may as well save your dosh and re-purchase your Bare Minerals primer!). Meanwhile, yeah, Rimmel does one, and I believe Revlon just released one (Photoready; same sort of packaging as their Photoready foundation).
If you're not too skeeved by the idea, Monistat Chafing Gel makes for a good face primer.
I've heard good things about the L'oreal one, but I like the Rimmel one and the 17 one :)
the rimmel one is pretty good!
May 09, 2012
Hard Candy Face Primer for sure.
hard candy is my favorite too...they have two kinds..one is in a white tube which i like better or they have one in a purple tube which is for glowing skin i think, but i didnt like it much...but its really cheap and works really well...:) xo sarahann
The covergirl olay primer is pretty good too!
i love Avons MagiX face perfector. Its an SPF, totally mattefies my face and absorbes all the oil :) and its super inexpensive, Like $10.00 regurlaly but it always goes on sale for like $6.99. and I have it delivered right to my door :D
I've tried L'oreals magic perfecting base, Revlon beyond natural and Elf's mineral primer and I liked them all! They work pretty well at locking in my makeup and keeping my t zonef from getting too shiny
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