There are few makeup items that I feel are more necessary than a good primer. It helps your makeup go on smoother, stay in place, and last through the day. But finding a cruelty free and vegan primer? One that actually works? I was worried that I might have to throw in the towel and give up primer all together. Thankfully, Reviva Labs offers a cruelty free and vegan makeup primer that works just as well as the expensive and non-vegan types I had grown to love.
What it claims to do :
- Fills in lines, conceals pores, controls excess oil.
- Helps skin instantly look and feel smooth and silky.
- Helps makeup foundation last longer (safe under eye shadow, too).
- And COQ10 adds protective antioxidant action.
What I loved most about Reviva Labs Makeup Primer is the consistency. It’s creamy without being greasy. It goes on smooth without feeling heavy or oily. The product says that you can apply it over moisturizer or in place of moisturizer. If you have problem skin, I would suggest skipping moisturizer when you first try this product because it is moisturizing on its own. Just as it claims, it really does make your skin feel like silk.
A little bit really goes a long way with this makeup primer. I love that it’s a recyclable pump bottle, but a full pump was honestly too much product for me to use. However, the stuff works great! I used it as a foundation and shadow primer. It helped all my makeup products go on smoothly and they all lasted. No budging through the day and I needed minimal touch-ups.
At $19.50 a bottle, Reviva Labs Makeup Primer is well worth the money. This is actually a really affordable price for a primer that works so well. Most makeup primers do not live up to their claims, but this completely animal friendly one does.
Images : Reviva Labs
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Last Updated on April 9, 2016