Prime Time: Makeup Primers
Posted on January 24 2019
BEST PRIMERS FOR MAKEUP
It is no secret that a great base is the KEY to any flawless makeup look, whether you're rocking a full glam look to a fresh-faced, few dabs of concealer. While a healthy skincare routine can aid in the wearability of makeup throughout the day, a makeup primer allows cosmetics to perform the way they should by filling lines and smoothing the complexion. A longtime staple in the world of professionals, makeup primers are now a staple in cosmetic bags everywhere. But with so many choices to pick from, it can be hard to determine which primer suits your skin best.
Mirabella is proud to offer two exceptional face primers made with skin-loving ingredients and effective formulas that pair perfectly with both our cream and powder foundations. Both of these primers work to achieve a variety of goals. But, if you are looking for one specific desired effect, here are a few key benefits of Awaken and Prime for Face.
Create the smoothest complexion possible
We recommend Mirabella's Prime for Face. This primer features a weightless, oil-free formula that glides onto the skin to help promote long-wearing makeup. This primer is formulated with Vitamin E that works as an antioxidant to smooth fine lines while also moisturizing and protecting the skin.
To apply like a pro, first, apply a daily moisturizer to aid in even coverage of the primer. Then, using Mirabella's Foundation Brush, apply the primer, starting at the center of the face and working out, in a pressing motion rather than blending to work evenly into the skin.
Sculpt and firm the appearance of skin
We recommend Mirabella's Awaken Primer. This lightweight, luxurious primer creates luminous and radiant skin while minimizing the appearance of wrinkles, improving skin tone, and working as an anti-inflammatory.
To apply like a pro, first, apply a daily moisturizer to aid in even coverage of the primer. Then, using Mirabella's Twice as Pretty Brush on the Serum side, apply the primer in a blending motion, starting at the center of the face and working out.