Just curious, what exactly is a primer? From what i gather it is put on the face prior to using make up. But i dont understand what why people use it. And any suggestions for inexpensive oily skin primers?
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Report This| Share this:Make up PrimerHi Chocolatecity77071 - <br /><br />Primers are used to smooth any surface unevenness so you'll need less makeup. They go on after applying moisturizer.<br /><br />These articles talk about primers and recommend a couple different ones -<br /><br /><a href="http://www.webmd.com/healthy-beauty/features/age-proof-your-makeup">Age-Proof Your Makeup</a> <br /><a href="http://www.webmd.com/healthy-beauty/features/9-summer-makeup-tips">9 Summer Makeup Tips</a> <br /><br />Be sure to let us know which one you choose and how it works.<br /><br />Elizabeth
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