How to pick the best primer for dry skin
You have heard about how a primer can change your make-up look tremendously. It not only makes it last all day long looking fresh, but it also gives your make-up look a flawless, airbrush finish. It smooths out skin texture (baby pimples, scars…etc), fills in large pores and evens out skin tone. Whether you were a make-up expert or just a beginner, a primer should be a stable in your make-up collection.
However, there are too many types of primers out there for you to pick from and trying them all would consume a lot of time and money. Picking up the wrong primer for your skin type can also end up catastrophically causing issues to your skin such as breakouts. (We don’t want that!). Thus, finding the best primer for dry skin can be such a chore, especially that dry skin is one of the trickiest skin types to find a primer that works for. Most dry skins mainly suffer redness, flakiness, and dullness. We’ve come up with some tips and tricks for you to bear in mind when shopping for the best primer for dry skin.