Saturday, March 11, 2017

Rimmel Fix & Perfect Pro Makeup Primer

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Rimmel Fix & Perfect Pro Makeup Primer in 002
Usually I can't use any primers with my Estee Lauder Double Wear foundation as it is a VERY fussy and nitpicky foundation- just smears and slides and looks awful!



I'm so so happy with this 🙌🏼 definitely recommend!

Think I got it on Amazon UK for £5+ so it's VERY affordable. I've tried Smashbox primers over the same Estee Lauder foundation and it didn't work out either 😞 and this is literally 1/4 the price and works so much better! It goes on so smoothly and does not leave any chalky residue like the W7 Magic Face Primer did.

I got the W7 primer on Amazon UK for £3 and it does leave your face feeling deliciously smooth and covers all your pores really well, as if it has been airbrushed, but any application of liquids makes it flake right off.

Which is reaaally not ideal.

I use it only if I can't be ars*d having foundation on, but still want my skin to look smooth. The W7 primer is very similar to the TONYMOLY Egg Pore silky smooth balm and The Body Shop all-in-one instablur, which I did a review of previously here.



It helps manage my oily skin too, which is a huge plus point. In fact, I had to go over with the Mario Badescu facial spray and skip a setting powder because it started looking a bit dry and I didn't want it to end up cakey

selfie with rimmel primer

PRODUCTS LIST

Primer: Rimmel Fix&Perfect makeup primer 002
Foundation: Estee Lauder Double Wear foundation in 2W0 Warm Vanilla + Maybelline FIT Me! Liquid Foundation in 120 Classic Ivory
Blusher: Albeit Cheek Stick in Nectar
Contour: Sleek Contouring and Blush palette
Mascara: Clio Salon de Cara Mascara (Volume x Curling) + Maybelline the Rocket Volum'Express
Lips: Sugar tinted lip balm in Rose under Kat von D Everlasting Liquid Lipstick in Lolita II
Brows: The Body Shop Brow & Liner Kit (03)
Eyeshadow: TBS brow powder + Charlotte Tilbury The Retoucher Concealer (03)
Spray: Mario Badescu facial spray with aloe, herbs and rosewater
Tools used: Real Techniques sponge + Real Techniques brushes core collection
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