You may have noticed that I have mentioned this primer in my favourites a couple of times so I thought as I have nearly used this one up I would do a post on it. This primer has been mentioned and reviewed a lot in the past couple of months especially as Witch held a bloggers event. After reading a lot of these posts and realising I really needed to start using a primer I decided to give it a go and I am sooo pleased!
The Witch Anti Blemish Skin Clearing Primer retails at £6.99 at Boots, firstly here is what Witch say:
'Witch Anti-blemish Skin Clearing Primer is designed to help prepare your skin for foundation by mattifying and absorbing excess oils, providing a smooth, silky base that helps you achieve an even and long lasting finish with any foundation or powder. Added to this, the Witch Anti-blemish Skin Clearing Primer also helps prevent and target blemishes by protecting skin from the layers of make-up which can cause or aggravate blemishes.
- Helps prevent and target blemishes
- Mattifies and absorbs excess oil
- Can be used alone or under your favourite foundation or powder'
My skin is certainly blemish prone so this seemed like a winner especially for the price.
I tend to apply one full squirt to my fingers and then blend across my face, then leave it for a couple of minutes then appply my foundation. As I have only used a small amount this 30ml tube has lasted me around 3 months.
I apply mine at around 7 am and when I get home at 6pm I still like how my face looks. I also feel that this primer tied in with my current skincare routine has really helped to clear up my blemish and stop more from coming out. I haven't really been able to find a fault with this yet. It doesn't really have an odour which is another positive - especially as witch hazel and antibacterial products can smell a little.
I have included a little FOTD with this as a base
Collection 2000 Shimmer Shade Blushalicious
*E.L.F Radiance Blusher in Flushed.
*Urdan Decay Virgin
*17 Boots Soft Liner Pen in Soft Mocha
* MAC Plink
Have you tried anything for the Witch Cosmetics range?