Hello everybody ♡ I know it has been a while and I know have not been updating quite frequently, but I am happy to say I am going to post more often now. If you have not noticed, but I changed my blog design. It is very chic, colorful, and I think I did a good job.
What is the packaging like?
I am very impressed with the packaging to be honest. I really like the DNA structure made out of the green and lavender primer. It is suppose to look like the Stila One Step Correct. It comes with a pump, which makes it hygienic. The mechanics of this primer are very cool. Every time you pump out the product, the base pushes the product up and out. Pretty neat ^.^ Overall I think the product is very well packaged and chic.
What are the claims?
This product claims to instantly smooth and correct skin. The lavender is used to brighten and even out skin tone. Green is used to counteract redness.
What is the product like?
The product comes out lavender and green, then it mixes to a dull blue color. When rubbed on the skin it does not finish smooth, but a little rough. I was expecting that the gel would give my skin a smooth finish, which it did not.
What is the smell?
I think this product deserves it's own section on smell. The smell is not delightful....but horrid. If you are sensitive to smells, don't get this product. Smells like pee!
Does the product work?
To be quite honest...no. This product did not live up to its claims. It did not brighten, color-correct, and smooth your skin at all. It does not even create a base to put foundation on...so sad.
Though this product looks pretty and has great claims, but it sucks. You would be better off finding a different primer in the drugstore than this. I was overall disappointed and was hoping for better. Next, I will have to try the chaffing cream, Elf mineral infused primer, and L'Oreal magic souffle. Overall, do not buy this primer!