Hello everyone, i hope you all enjoyed the weekend. As you may know from my beauty and make up haul, i got myself the MUA primers to try out. I have never tried any primers so i can not compare these to any, however i still thought i would share my thoughts on these. The face primer is priced at £4 and the professional eye primer at £2.50, and from the other primers I've seen around it is the most affordable. I was slightly dubious about getting this as my skin can be slightly picky and when you think of lower prices on skincare sometimes you think of not as good quality. So you might worry about it making your skin react, no offence MUA or other more affordable brands, but that's just how it can be. But i love them, like really love them.
"Flawlessly evens out complexion. A velvety smooth formula that feels light on your skin and creates a flawless even complexion. Wear alone or under foundation for a long lasting finish." The face primer is a white cream quite light in consistency so it absorbers quite quickly, and it has a pleasant scent. It makes my skin feel really smooth and soft, and it is really light so i can't actually notice that I'm wearing it. It hasn't irritated my skin in the slightest and seems to be helping my dry skin, which is a bonus. I have worn this a few times now and i can notice a difference in my make up both look and lasting wise when i have had this on. My foundation and powder seem to look more flawless as the primer has given it a smoother base, and it seems to look like I've just freshly applied my make up for a lot longer.
Again with the eye primer, it hasn't irritated my skin and it doesn't feel like I'm wearing it. It is different in consistency as it looks a bit more like a concealer as it's pale and a bit thicker, although it still absorbers great and still feels light. I have found applying eye shadow a lot easier when wearing this, it seems to blend better and looks a lot smoother, which makes the end result look really great.
I have to say i am extremely impressed with both these products and wasn't expecting these kind of results for this price. I know i have a lot of MUA products and have been impressed with the quality for the price but i must admit i was expecting them to falter with these two. If like me you want to try a primer but don't want to spend quite a bit on one i certainly suggest giving these a go. You can find MUA in certain Superdrug stores or on their website. Have you tried these primers yet and did they work for you too? I hope you found this post helpful, thank you for reading and i shall see you all again soon x