Hi there baby cakes
So ages ago I told you I purchased Revlon's Photo-ready perfecting primer. I was so excited to try is as the name and bottle looked so professional and sounded like it would work wonders. Sometimes... actually most of the time I look shiny and horrendous in photo's as they bring out all my imperfections. Unfortunately I do have quite a few on my face consisting of dry/flaky patches, beauty spots and acne scars. Not pretty! So I am on a quest to find the perfect primer/foundation combination.
|Revlon photoready Primer - Boots £9.99|
This is going to be a very short post because I am sad to say that I think this product is what caused my allergic reaction. You may have heard about it because I mentioned it a lot on here and Twitter. My face became all puffy and dry, it was so sore and I couldn't wear makeup for over a week. Obviously I am not sure this is what caused it for definite but this was the only new product I used all over my face at the time. I am scared to try it again in case it does it again but I will do in a few weeks time and I'll let you know the results. This upsets me because I am sure it is a very good product and its not exactly that cheap.
Let me know if you have tried this product and your thoughts?
Also let me know if you have sensitive skin and what primer you use?
Thanks for reading chicks
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