Skindinavia Makeup Primer Spray Review

Skindinavia Makeup Primer Spray Review

Samples were provided for review purposes.

Last night I took advantage of a prime opportunity to test run my Skindinavia Makeup Primer Spray. In the middle of June in Midtown Miami, I attended an outdoor evening event, complete with an open-air dance floor, foosball table, and avid party-goers. In other words, the perfect humid setting for a makeup meltdown…LOL

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So, I prepped my makeup for the night with Skindinavia Makeup Primer Spray, as my 2nd step after my moisturizer. After a couple of minutes to let the primer set, I then applied my foundation, powder, and blush as usual. While at the outdoor party, I turned myself into a social butterfly mixing and mingling my way around the venue from one area to another. And, to top off the evening, I danced for a full 1/2 hour working up a sweat to one of the most exciting pop-punk bands that I newly discovered and loved! Yacht. @YACHT

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Through it all, I am happy to report that my makeup stayed put, thanks to this Skindinavia Makeup Primer Spray. The primer spray that I used in particular was the Oil Control spray, since I tend to have combination skin. Normally, I use a primer in a gel  formulation that I either smooth on with my foundation brush or simply apply with my hands (every makeup artist’s best tool!). So, I will admit I was very skeptical at first since this was a spray-on primer. But, it works! It works really well! It uses what Skindinavia refers to as Temperature Control Technology, explained here: How Skindinavia Works.

You can use it both before and after applying your makeup, as a finishing spray. Or, you can spray it directly onto a makeup sponge (like the Beauty Blender sponge) just before blending your foundation onto your face.

I loved it!

Have you used makeup primer? Which is your favorite?

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