Ever thought to yourself: “I just don’t have time for primer today!” I have. I feel you. I’ve been there. If you have combo skin like I do you probably know the many benefits of primer & try to make time for it anyway. Primer not only makes my makeup last longer…but actually appear smoother & better looking. Nothing beats pretty skin when I need to feel more confident! So what has Skindinavia come out with that could possibly rival my beloved makeup setting spray I’ve been using for ages? Two words: Primer. Spray. Keep reading to see why this was a home run!
From Skindinavia- Our revolutionary ultra-fine primer mist creates a smooth, silicone-free canvas for flawless makeup application and long lasting makeup wear. Skindinavia’s vitamin-based primer is clinically proven to reduce redness and diminish the appearance of fine lines. Recommended for all skin types.
I have a secret- I have always used my Skindinavia setting spray before makeup application & after. This was a natural progression for me! But this is definitely better- it just works better than my prior formula in all areas. I have an issue with primers that have silicones if I try to use them too many day in a row. Makeup staying flawless & long wearing? Awesome. The effect being breakouts? Yeah, kind of defeats the point. Such a cruel cycle.
The Skindinavia Makeup Primer Spray is everything I’ve been looking for & more! I usually do about two sprays after my moisturizer has sunk in a bit with an X on my face. It only takes about 2 seconds. No time wasted & the spray itself is really fine. I let it set (so I usually curl my lashes, apply lotion, or do my hair) then move forward with face makeup. I finish up with a setting spray out of habit but to test this out I didn’t. This definitely helped my makeup last longer on its own! Plus it didn’t dry out the already dry areas on my skin. Formulated with zero silicones, oil free, & nothing that messes with my sometimes sensitive skin this is a big hit for me!
Have you ever tried a primer spray? What are your biggest gripes with traditional primers? Isn’t this packaging design cool? (Last comment nerdy but still relevant!)