Foundation Primers

Primers "magically" reduce the look of  fine lines and large pores for a velvety-smooth surface for your foundation application.
Apply after your moisturizer (sunblock) has dried.  After primer is dry, apply your favorite foundation.  You'll be amazed at the difference in your complexion.




Smashbox Photo Finish
Foundation Primer

Winner of Best of Sephora Award for Best Primer, one of Marie Claire's "25 Products That Will Change Your Life", & an InStyle Best Beauty Buy - this best-selling primer helps to reduce the appearance of fine lines and pores for flawless skin with a velvety-smooth finish.

Bare Escentuals bareVitamins Prime Time
Developed to combat flaky dryness, rough patches, fine lines, excess oil, enlarged pores, and uneven texture, this mineral-infused, satin-finish formula glides on seamlessly with no tacky feel to provide a skin-smoothing complexion prior to bareMinerals SPF 15 Foundation application. Infused with soothing plant extracts, antioxidants, and nourishing vitamins C and E for added age-defying power.

Two Faced Primed & Poreless icon
This one-of-a-kind makeup primer was scientifically formulated to wear alone or under bronzers and foundation powders for a look of flawless skin without makeup. Vitamins A & C, mulberry extract, and a powerful dose of Retinol virtually banish pores while tired skin is left hydrated, firmer, and detoxified. Skin appears brighter, fresher, and younger.


Monistat Soothing Care Chafing Relief Powder-Gel icon
No - the B.B. girls have not lost their minds! This makes a great skin primer at a fraction of the cost. Also great for taming frizzy fly-away hair and adding shine! Talk about multi-tasking! $8.49

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