You may be wondering what the purpose of a primer is and why so many people keep raving about how you should never skip it. Well, let us look at its many benefits and how to use it properly so that you can reap the maximum benefit from it. With so many choices of primers, setting sprays, brushes, and sponges, it can be daunting for a newbie to apply makeup to their entire face. Once you have an overview of the necessary steps, you are ready to paint the canvas that is your face. Prepping your face with a hunmui primer is the first step, which is as easy as it gets.
The importance of washing and cleaning your face before applying makeup goes without saying. If your face is grimy and sweaty, the makeup will not sit well and will also prove unhealthy for your skin. Next, use a hunmui primer that is suitable for your skin type to blur your pores and create a smooth canvas for your makeup. It will make your skin more prone to breakouts and blackheads. There is a liquid substance called a primer that blurs out your pores, hides blemishes and hyperpigmentation, and takes care of other imperfections too. We like the Lakme Absolute Blur Primer, which looks like Photoshop. The primer acts as a base for your makeup, so you can feel like your work will last longer. Also, if you are an amateur, using a primer will help you blend your foundation and make contouring smoother in the future. To learn more about a primer on the face, keep reading.
- If you want to tighten your skin and minimize the pores, wash, and moisturize your face well before applying ice.
- Then, using a finger, apply primer all over your face after your hands have been cleaned and dried.
- You should dab the primer into your skin from the chin to the cheeks, making sure it reaches every corner of your face.
- You can do this optionally, but if you are not satisfied with the coverage, take a damp beauty blender, and dab the primer into crevices that you could not get with your fingers. And voila, you are done! Apply foundation after the primer has settled.