Primer is an essential step to making a look last all day long. I’m always on the lookout for the latest and greatest! Unfortunately, my skin doesn’t always work well with certain primers – especially those with a silicone base. This is why I’m always drawn to more moisturizing and brightening primers!
The Too Faced Hangover Primer is marketed as a replenishing primer that is silicone-free. It contains coconut water, probiotics, and electrolytes which help to smooth, hydrate, and brighten the skin. The consistency of the primer is like that of a lightweight moisturizer. It soaks into the skin easily and doesn’t feel heavy whatsoever. Once applied to the skin, you can definitely see a difference with how that skin looks! It looks moisturized and dewy, without looking oily or greasy.
When applying makeup on top of the primer, everything applies evenly! With the added moisture, my makeup goes on a lot better with the primer! I never notice the foundation grabbing on to certain areas, or settling into lines. After my makeup is applied, it doesn’t budge! I love the way this primer makes my makeup last all day! My skin feels comfortable, without getting too oily! It really does make your makeup last!
Unfortunately, as I had mentioned, my skin is super picky when it comes to primers! Within a few days of using this, I started to breakout. Not anything horrible (nothing like how my skin gets with a silicone primer), but it’s enough that I know it’s from this product. It’s nothing against the primer – since I really do love how it makes my makeup look! On days where I want my makeup to last, I would absolutely pick this back up (especially if it was only for a day). I would completely recommend trying out this primer to see if you love it too!
Have you tried the Too Faced Hangover Primer? What are some of your favorite primers to use? Let me know in the comments below!
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