04 Dec 2016

Studio Gear Cosmetics Prime Objective Skin Perfecting Face Primer


I recently tried Studio Gear Cosmetics Prime Objective Skin perfecting Face Primer c/o of Studio Gear Cosmetics. I have oily skin and the typical skin concerns such as unevenness, a few acne marks, and fine lines. I’ve been working on adding new products into my beauty routine that can help fight some of these issues. I feel my skin is screaming¬† – Hi, I’m in my 30’s and need some skin care help.

Studio Gear Cosmetics describes the Prime Objective Skin Perfecting Face Primer as a silicone based primer that works to visually diminish imperfections in the surface of the skin. Prime Objective Primer is designed to support cell turnover and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. The skin improving benefits are provided through a sustained release liposome system with retinol.

Prime Objective Primer is also enhanced with optical diffusers to create a skin-perfecting look. I love the look of skin perfectors because on the days I don’t wear makeup I can still give my skin a quick pick-up. I’ve worn the primer without makeup and there is no residue, just a smooth surface. Prime Objective Primer applies very smoothly and is truly fragrance-free.

When I use a new product I like to know the brand story and message. I also like to look at other products offered by the brand. The message presented by Studio Gear Cosmetics is accessible, high-quality products to encourage individual artistry, expression, and confidence. Feel those positive vibes right there? I plan to keep using the Prime Objective Primer over the next few weeks. I’m linking a few other products below that caught my eye while reviewing Studio Gear Cosmetics. Also, if you decide to purchase you can enjoy a 10% discount with code: BB.¬† Enjoy!




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