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Primary Makeup Tips: Get to know Better About Primer Makeup

Primary Makeup Tips: Get to know Better About Primer Makeup

Are you also already know the makeup primer? Primary makeup can help you create a smooth facial skin look, before applying the foundation.

However, many people still miss primary makeup because they believe Primer Makeup is not really needed. In fact, primary makeup can make your makeup more durable, as quoted from, Wednesday (4/7/2018).

Get to know Better About Primary Makeup

The primary makeup formula is available in cream, gel, or powder. While the moisturizer works to soften the skin, the primer makeup can help prepare the skin before you apply moisturizer or foundation.

Primer Makeup Tips

Many of the primary makeup is formulated with silicon-based polymers, such as dimethicone because the resulting effect is very soft. However, if you are struggling with cystic acne and other skin problems, first do the test on your skin or ask a professional.

Primer Makeup Tips

Primer Makeup can help smooth the fine lines, wrinkles, or large skin pores. If you’re looking for primary makeup that can help fix rosacea or hide acne scars, try a light-green primer makeup.

Primer Makeup Tips

Try to apply the primary makeup using the fingertips to make absolutely sure that the product seeps into the skin. If you only use primary makeup for a particular area, use a brush to apply it.

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Lacey Chabert’s Smiley Sweetie


What a cutie!

New mom Lacey Chabert shared a cute clip of daughter Julia, 10 months, via Instagram Monday.

“She’s definitely my daughter. #tenmonths,” the proud mama, 34, captioned the video of her smiley daughter playing with mama’s makeup kit.

While celebrating her first Mother’s Day in May, the Party of Five alum shared a sweet snapshot of her daughter.

The Mean Girls actress and husband David Nehdar welcomed their first child – daughter Julia Mimi Bella Nehdar – on Sept. 1, she announced via social media.

“And then my soul saw you and it kind of went, ‘Oh, there you are. I’ve been looking for you.’” #TBT to the best day of my life. One week ago I became a mom to this precious angel. Julia Mimi Bella,” wrote the proud new mom. “Julia, you are my heart’s deepest dream come true. I love you more than I could ever say. Welcome to this big beautiful world sweet girl!”

She’s definitely my daughter. ???? #tenmonths

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Pink Gets “Glam” While Cuddling Newborn


New mom-of-two Pink got pampered on Friday.

“Glam,” the Grammy Award-winning singer, 37, Instagrammed the image cuddling son Jameson, 4 weeks, while getting her hair and makeup done.

On Tuesday, the proud mama posted a photo of her newborn rocking an Adele-inspired onesie.

Last weekend, the Raise Your Glass hitmaker and her family-of-four attended the Women’s March in Los Angeles.

Joined by husband Carey Hart and their two children – including 5-year-old daughter Willow – the Just Like Fire singer shared shots from their march.

“We march together,” she captioned the image holding up a “Unity Love Equality and a Dash of Nasty” sign while babywearing her son.

Hart, 41, was photographed standing in front of Willow who held up a sign of her own, reading, “I’m Strong I Love.”

“Today we march,” the mom-of-two captioned an image of her sign.

The Try singer and her former motocross freestyle racer husband welcomed their second child on Dec. 26.


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Alicia Keys: “As A Mother, I Am A Lioness”


Grammy Award-winning singer Alicia Keys covers the February issue of Allure and opens up about her political views, women’s rights and her decision to be makeup-free, and being a “lioness” for her two sons – Egypt, 6, and Genesis, 2 – with husband Swizz Beatz.

On her decision to be makeup-free: “I started at 20 years old in this ridiculously invasive world [the music business] in which everyone covered me in makeup and then threw me under tons of lights, so I’d sweat for two or three hours….It took me so long to finally say, ‘Whoa!’ Who am I under there? That is just my own personal quest.”

On inner beauty: “I think there’s something really beautiful about what resonates from within us. One thing I’ve heard more than ever is this glow that people refer to that I have. I kind of recognize that glow because I’ve begun to listen to myself inside. And I think there’s something really powerful that happens when you start to listen to yourself. It makes you feel more aware. In touch. More confident. I’m not more confident because I think I’m better than, but because I’ve been hearing myself more, listening to myself more. And that’s taken a little minute to arrive at that place. But there’s definitely something powerful about the way your inner feels that reflects on the outer, on your skin. That, to me, is real beauty.”

On women’s rights: “I am all about a woman’s right to choose. I think a woman should do anything she wants as it relates to her face, her body, her health. Whatever mode of expression that empowers you, that’s what you should do. What I am not down for is this ridiculously high, unrealistic expectation about appearance that we as women are held to.”

On what annoys her: “One of the big ones is that I was so sick of the way women were forced to feel inadequate in many different circumstances or forced to feel insecure by the way we’re portrayed or the way we look. Another one: I am so annoyed at the way we force boys to be fake strong—don’t cry, don’t be soft. Let a boy be able to dance! Let a boy paint his nails. So a boy wants to paint his nails. Who cares! All these strange, oppressive ideas.”

On her political views: “The We Are Here Movement [a wide-ranging social-justice organization founded by Keys] will stand in support of Hispanics, refugees, people of color, Muslims, and anyone who feels afraid in the upcoming Trump era. I have a hope that President Trump, as a New Yorker, will have more liberal views than his campaign rhetoric suggests and that in the end our system of justice will prevail. But it does hurt that racism was not a deal breaker for millions in the election. However, as an artist, I expect to continue to use my voice for things that matter, as I have since the beginning of my career. That won’t change. As an activist, I will continue to fight for what’s right. That won’t change, either. It’s time for all of us to be engaged. As a mother, I am a lioness.”

On mean people: “You know what would be really cool? If we stopped offering our opinion unless asked. If nobody asked you, keep your mouth shut! Like with the Internet? That’s just too much opinion. People are mean. It’s a sickness.”

For more from Alicia, go to Allure

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