Airbrush Makeup Products I Love: Too Faced Primed & Poreless Skin Smoothing Face Primer

Yes you can and should prime your skin before airbrushing your makeup! You want something that is light and beneficial for the skin and Too Faced – Primed and Poreless Skin Smoothing Face Primer is the right product for the job.

It goes hand in hand with airbrushing giving your skin a more youthful appearance. It covers pores without clogging them and contains vitamins A and C, camellia oil, as well as extract of mulberry to detoxify the skin.

This is a primer that not only creates the canvas upon which you can lay your airbrush makeup, but also leaves your skin more healthy, firmer, fresher and looking absolutely wonderful.

At around $30 Too Faced Primed & Poreless is great value considering it produces results superior to bigger name brands. Sure, you can spend under $10 on some primers but you won’t get all natural ingredients that help to rejuvenate the skin as well as increasing the look and feel of your favorite makeup.

Perfect as a primer before airbrushing, but also can be used on its own for those with already beautiful skin.

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  • […] favorite primer and it’s not likely that this will knock it off the shelf (btw, mine’s Too Faced Primed & Poreless). Like most good primers, the Fringe Benefit is designed to smooth the skin while locking in […]

  • Sry, had to give my 2 cents on this post… Why? Simply because everytime I see someone uses the airbrush for something else than creating an artwork on canvas or paper or a “dead” object, it makes me think, how far have we gone…. Even art is not the most important thing on earth since mankind has to fight with so many problems, I wonder if it is really a smart idea, to “hide” our little imperfection marks behind airbrush work on face and body… It’s creating a wrong image of what we are. Hmm, maybe I’m thinking too stict about this topic, but it kinda feels strange what happens with this “tool”… ^^
    Greets, Ava