A Guide to Sephora | Makeup Primers for Every Skin Type + Issue

Makeup primers at Sephora for every skin type and issue. Makeup primers for acne prone skin, makeup primer oily skin, makeup primer wrinkle skin, makeup primer dry skin, color correcting makeup primer, makeup primer for large pores, anti aging makeup primer, makeup primer for glowy skin
Makeup primers at Sephora for every skin type and issue

Sephora is to beauty junkies what a toy store is to kids– the happiest place in the world. It’s a magical land where you can play with perfumes, powders, and pigments, oh my! But, if you’re not a huge beauty junkie (or simply aren’t that familiar with the makeup store) then unfortunately it can be an overwhelming place. Instead of seeing hearts in your eyes, you’ll wish you saved that get out of jail free card. Whether you’re a beauty junkie or not, a makeup pro or not, here is a guide to makeup primers at Sephora that target specific needs!

Why do you need primer, you ask?

Primer is an essential step that many people overlook! Think about it like painting a house. What do you do to the walls before applying the paint? You prime it so the paint really adheres to the wall and looks the best it possibly can. The great thing about Sephora is that they have an array of primers that will not only help your makeup glide on better and last longer, but they help correct any underlying issues you want to pin point (i.e. oily skin, larger pores, etc).

Makeup primers at Sephora for every skin type and issue. Makeup primers for acne prone skin, makeup primer oily skin, makeup primer wrinkle skin, makeup primer dry skin, color correcting makeup primer, makeup primer for large pores, anti aging makeup primer, makeup primer for glowy skin

Makeup primers at Sephora for every skin type and issue

Makeup Primers for Every Skin Type + Issue

For oily skin stick to something mattifying and silicone based.

For dry skin look for something that contains oils and other moisturizing ingredients.

For large pores look for products that use the words “blurring” and contain silicone so look for the word “silica” in the ingredient list.

For color correcting pick shades on the color wheel that oppose the color you’re trying to neutralize. If you are unsure I have a guide to color correcting!

For dewy skin you want a primer that reflects light.

For blemish prone skin you want to choose something that contains some type of treatment for the skin– usually salicylic acid, tea tree oil, and sometimes glycol acid.

For mature skin you want to choose something that does a mixture of stuff like smoothes, hydrates and contains ingredients like vitamins, peptides, and different acids to name a few.

Of course these aren’t all the primers that are available at Sephora, but I thought this little guide would be a good place to start!

What is your favorite primer or primers? Let me know in the comments below!

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