Are You Using The Correct Youngblood Mineral Cosmetics Primer?Posted on March 13, 2015
Different types of primers work to address a wide range of skin concerns – everything from acne and oil production to dry skin and fine lines. If you’ve ever noticed your foundation breaking up around your T-zone, settling in creases, or fading a few hours after application, the right primer might be all you need to avoid those issues.
So how do you choose the best primer for you? Since all primers are intended to increase the wear of your foundation, focus on your skin’s additional needs to select your perfect primer.
The Mineral Primer is ideal for those looking to diminish the appearance of fine lines and large pores to create an even surface for foundation application. Enhanced with Vitamins A and E, as well as minerals like Zincite, Malachite, Hematite, and Rhodolite, this base will help increase the longevity of makeup and protect skin with antioxidising ingredient
For those dealing with extremely oily or acne-prone skin, the Anti-Shine Mattifier is a great option for prepping the face for foundation. Infused with Nigella and Pumpkin Seed oils to promote balanced skin, this revolutionary product will absorb excess oil and help prevent the overproduction of oil throughout the day.
Primers can even be combined to create a customised formula. For example, if you have an oily T-zone, but dry skin otherwise, apply the Mineral Primer all over the face, and add some of the Anti-Shine Mattifier to the nose, forehead, and chin. If your oily skin seems to break up every foundation you’ve tried, pair up the Anti-Shine Mattifier and Mineral Rice Setting Powder for the most powerful results.