Elf Face Primer

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Elf Face Primer

e.l.f
Natacha
US
2 reviews
overall rating : 7.6
Natacha
US

Elf Face Primer

overall rating : 7.6

DESCRIPTION

As effective as the Tatcha primer is, the price tag is admittedly steep. If you can’t bring yourself to spend that much, budget primers like the e.l.f. Hydrating Face Primer should be on your radar. It’s by no means a dupe, but the cruelty-free primer does hydrate and smooth out skin for flawless coverage. And just like the Tatcha primer, it creates a barrier between skin and foundation to prevent clogged pores as vitamins A, C, and E create a radiant finish. One pump covers the entire face, oily at first but blending out to a weightless satin finish.

REVIEWS (2)

Remy Sharp
ShayWed Feb 23 2022
ShayWed Feb 23 2022
The primer is okay but the bottle is VERY deceiving. I have attached photos showing that the green core doesn't contain the primer. As you can see there is no plastic "straw" that reaches down into the bottle because it doesn't. It's cheap for a reason. I use other elf proud he but this one is truly disappointing.
Remy Sharp
B. VriendSat Feb 12 2022
B. VriendSat Feb 12 2022
The texture of the primer is very soft and silky. I'm pretty sure it would work beautifully on someone else's skin - someone without enormous pores! I've always had a problem with my pores and I used to use Smashbox's primer which seemed a bit better. I haven't worn makeup for a few years for various reasons and recently decided to get back into using makeup and I love it. But my foundation always sinks into my pores, looking very obvious and a bit gross. I will have to find another primer to fill these pesky holes! Probably a good primer for people with already gorgeous skin (NB I hate you), but if you have big pores DON'T BUY THIS PRODUCT!

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Elf Face Primer Reviews

e.l.f. is an American cosmetics brand based in Oakland, California. Founded by Joseph Shamah and Scott Vincent Borba in 2004, it sells products largely at $1, $3, and $6 price points. ... According to the company, its products are 100% "cruelty-free", and it supports PETA's no fur campaign.