It's been at least 3 long years of no make up wearing for me. I've always loved make up but being out of the loop for that long has left me with a whole new set of toys to explore. Have you heard of L'Oreal's Studio Secrets Primer?
It's time to ask the immortal question about yet another beauty product: Is it or is it not, to be worn?
When I reviewed Anjolee's customizable jewelry process I was faced with the prospect of having to post my own photo on here and I scrambled to find a way to look my budget friendly best in those photos. I started with this and these are the results I got:
I decided to show you on my hand because the wrinkles on my hands are much more exaggerated than the ones on my face plus this is how I tried it in the store and these are the results that got me to buy it. If it can do that for my hand, I'll be more than happy with what it does for my face. It totally didn't disappoint. I even had to pull the camera back a bit because there wasn't enough contrast on my hand for it to focus on.
Conclusion? This is definitely a "To Be Worn" product for me.
BTW, don't judge my kindergarten like circle on the back of my hand there. I was drawing it on my laptop mouse with my non-writing hand. We're lucky it even made it on to the picture let alone around the actual area where product was applied ;)
I managed to find the primer on Amazon.co.uk here for just £11.45 in case you want to check it out.
Do you use a primer under your foundation? If so, what's your favorite?