Why Use A Primer?
Makeup is a super fun way to express your creativity and enhance your natural beauty, but at the end of the day, it's not amazing for your skin. Wearing makeup on a frequent basis is a common cause of hyperpigmentation and acne. If you want to wear your makeup to your heart's content without negatively impacting your skin, it's probably time to look into a primer.
Makeup primers create a barrier between your skin and your cosmetics. They fill in your pores so that your foundation doesn't get a chance to. Not all primers are created equal, however. It won't help your skin very much if the primer you choose is full of skin-harming chemicals.
Instead of purchasing a $5 primer with ingredients you can't pronounce and know nothing about, choose EVXO's Prep and Primer Pore Smoothing Serum instead. This organic makeup primer uses healthy, acne fighting ingredients to heal your skin while barricading your pores from your foundation. Here are a few different ways to use EVXO's Prep and Primer Pore Smoothing Serum.
Prime Your Lips
Use EVXO's Vegan Primer to prime your lips. This primer will keep your lipstick from settling into fine lines and wrinkles on and around your lips. Using this method will also prolong the wear of your lipstick application.
Smooth Out Your Décolletage
Making sure to blend your foundation into your neck and chest is one of the few golden rules when it comes to makeup. Neglecting to do this gives you an unblended masklike look that is flattering on absolutely no one. Seeing as you'll be using your foundation on your neck and Décolletage, make sure to apply primer here as well!
Prime Your Eyes
If you're an avid eyeshadow wearer, then priming your eyes is just as important as priming your face. Not only will your eyeshadow last longer if you take the time to prime your lids, but it will actually make your eyeshadow more vibrant and pigmented. Using a primer is a great way to get the same results as if you'd wet your brush prior to applying your eyeshadow without actually having to ruin the pigment by wetting it.