Love wearing bright and dramatic eye makeup but frustrated with the lack of pigment it results in? Primer is the answer you are looking for! You don’t want that perfect masterpiece on your eyes to crease, fade or smudge, now do you? To keep these concerns at bay, it’s important to keep your eye makeup insured; and primer is that insurance!

Primer is not just quick and easy to apply but also makes a world of difference in the pigment and longevity of your makeup and eye shadow. So, how to work primer into your daily makeup routine, you ask? Read on...

Primer makes a perfect base…
 

Primer makes a perfect base…

What’s the worst part about makeup? Makeup melting down! That’s when a primer comes into picture. Applying primer before any other product will make sure that your eye shadows and eyeliner glide on smoothly and last longer. That’s not all! Primers also help enhance your makeup hues and make your shadow pop.

Let’s admit it! Achieving artistic eye makeup is no easy feat. Therefore, it can be frustrating when it melts down sooner than you expected. It is best to get your hands on the Lakmé Absolute Blur Perfect Makeup Primer which promises to create the perfect base for makeup and helps it stay for longer.

Primer can enhance your makeup pigments…
 

Primer can enhance your makeup pigments…

Prepping your skin before applying makeup is the most important step of your makeup routine. What primer does is it creates a base for your lids, absorbs excess oil and evens the surface for you to work on it hassle-free. Greasy lids tend to crease your eye shadows, make your skin look patchy and result in uneven application of products. That’s not all! Primer-less eyelids may have shadow pigment disappear within a few hours.

At times, muted or brown tones may not at all be visible on your lids. For such shades, primers act as a saviour. They will make your nude or white tones stand out, thereby helping you experiment with striking eye makeup.

Here is the trick…
 

Here is the trick…

Just before applying your makeup products, squeeze a tiny bit of primer onto a flat eye shadow brush or simply use your fingertips, whatever is comfortable. The layer should be super thin and quickly absorbed into the skin, so it can make your eyelids smooth and ready for shadow play. Use rapid, gentle tapping motions to blend the primer into the skin. Start at your lash line and go right up to your brows. If you intend to apply eye shadow or eyeliner on your bottom lash line, then swipe some primer on that area as well. Give it a minute for the formula to dry and absorb. And get started with your eye makeup!