Let’s talk about prejudice. Using the Holika Holika Puri Pore No Sebum Primer as an example, I can say that Korean care is the best (at least for me).
If you put a primer in front of me from the luxury segment and “Korean” – I will choose Korean.
How to force myself to reconsider views – I do not know. But if any of you think otherwise, let me know. Suddenly I’m wrong … In the meantime, I’m on the side of the Koreans, I’ll show you two face primers:
1. Primer for the face “Puri Por Nou Sebum” for wide pores – Holika Holika Puri Pore No Sebum Primer Deep Pore.
2. Primer for the face “Puri Por Nou Sebum”, moisturizing – Holika Holika Puri Pore No Sebum Primer Dewy Blur.
They have different purposes, but they work equally well.
One – Dewy Blur – instantly moisturizes. Absorbs in seconds. With her, you can get up in the morning 5 minutes later.
Another – Deep Pore, which is popularly called “pore grout” allows these very pores to visually reduce. She is good at smoothing out the texture of the skin. In the composition, you can find a bunch of amenities: seaweed extract, green tea extract and a complex of oils (bergamot, rose, juniper, sandalwood).
I consider both bases ideal for those who do not “wear” the tone, but prefer face powder.
For example, I calmly apply it under the Clarins Skin Illusion Loose Powder Foundation. Note that not all bases allow you to use it after yourself. These allow.
Their excellent property – quickly absorbed – allows you to evenly distribute the powder. It is up to you to decide whether this is a necessary stage, but the fact that the primer improves the “adhesion” of the products to the skin, increasing the durability of the make-up is a fact.
Cons: light texture that will not survive the winter frosts and the skin will not have enough moisture. But in the spring and summer, she will accept her with a bang. Questions?)