December 28, 2020

The Face Primer I’m Dying to Try!

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I’m waiting for the new NYX Marsh Mellow Primer to arrive from a recent Ulta I did but I really want to try is Beauty Bakerie The Butter Hydra Silk Primer.

I’m not one for stick primers but this just seems interesting. This is part of a reverse skin prep where you moisturize first, bake, and finally apply setting spray and the primer as the last step. I don’t technically bake so I might just break the rules here and apply it before my makeup. Hopefully it’ll still work that way! I’m not sure about the reverse technique which sounds sort of messy.

I think the thing that was drawing me on this was the moisturizing formula. It seems like a stickier formula which will allow foundation to wear longer and stronger. I’m so of obsessed with sticky primers lately. They just do a great job of gripping foundation and keeping it in place.

I’m not at all sure about this reverse skin prep though! I don’t really use powder that often on my face and I definitely do not bake.

What do you think?

Will Beauty Bakerie The Butter Hydra Silk Primer work for us that are more traditional makeup applicator users?

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