My Top 3 Drugstore Primers

Primers have always seem to be a bit of a hit and miss for me, a lot of people around me and bloggers have had mixed reviews of primers and the impact they have on their make up. I have tried several from high end to drugstore brands and wanted to share with you my top 3 drugstore brands that are great for the skin and affordable too.

B. Prepared Make up Primer
This is a lovely primer from B. based on their lovely skincare products which I adore this was must try product for me. It's a transparent serum consistency and only a small amount is needed, it reduces the appearances of pores and truly smoothes and softens the skin, it leaves a lovely velvety feel to the skin all ready and prepped for make up.

It contains Vitamin E and Aloe Vera which are great ingredients to help contribute for a smoother looking complexion. I did find however, depending on what moisturiser is used before applying this primer, it tends to leave fluff on the skin, but all in all it made my make up last a lot longer.

GOSH Primer Plus Hydration
I have always been a huge fan of GOSH products recently and will always be a favourite drugstore of mine. This is a unique primer containing an anti-aging ingredient of snow algae it creates a youthful complexion creating a even base for make up. It has a thick cream consistency making this so easy to apply. This primer is suited for all skin types but is perfect for those with drier skin as it hydrates the skin too.

MUA Clear Primer
This is my favourite primer out of the three and the one I regularly use, this creates the ultimate perfect base for my make up it slightly mattifies the skin but still keeping it hydrated and soft. I love how it smoothes the texture of my skin creating an even base as it also helps minimise the appearance of pores. I love the consistency of the primer as it almost feels like a moisturiser and does not leave the skin feeling greasy or sticky and helps the make up last a lot longer which is what we all need for the summer. Only a small amount is needed as a little does go a long way and costing only £4 what more can you want from a primer.

I hope you get to try these primers and would love to know what you think of them, keep an eye on a future post of my top favourite high end primers too.


Do you use a primer? What are your favourites?


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