I’m kinda obsessed with Holika Holika Miracle Real Skin Finish at the moment. If you’re enjoying the Etude House Baby Choux Bases that released with the Etude House Sweet Recipe Collection I urge you to check this base out as it is a similiar product idea.
Take a peek!
I’m currently obsessed with Becca Ever-Matte Poreless Priming Perfector ($36) and so is my sister after I introduced her to using it on her oily lids to prime with.
Becca created the texture of a silicone primer in a silicone-free formula…WHAT?! Yeah, it’s true. This primer has the same feel as a silicone based primer but it doesn’t actually contain them.
And it’s incredible.
YOU must try this.
Dior Capture Totale Multi-Perfection Makeup Base is one of the nicest primers I’ve run across in a while. I’ve fallen into my little grove lately of using either L’Oreal’s new Miracle Blur or Revlon Photoready Primer and wasn’t exactly in the market for anything new. I’m quite happy with both of these as is.
But when Dior Capture Totale Multi-Perfection Makeup Base rolled across my desk with it’s rather addicting fresh floral scent (they should bottle this up as a fragrance) I was all about trying it on for size. At $52 it isn’t the cheapest facial primer around but it is however, well worth picking up if you desire a more makeup free existence.
You probably already know I’m a huge fan of BRTC Jasmine Water BB Cream so it was a logical step to purchase the new BRTC Jasmine Waterful base to use in conjunction with that BB Cream.
Considering I have dry skin the BRTC Jasmin Waterful Base sounded like an excellent way to prep skin prior to makeup application of any kind.
Turns out it’s more of a night treatment than a day one!
So it has really poor reviews and a rather high price tag but I’m kinda loving L’Oreal Revitalift Miracle Blur Instant Skin Smoother Finishing Cream.
At $24.99 this is one high end price tag for a drugstore primer. L’Oreal promises it’ll erase lines, wrinkles, and pores.
Does it work?