Being a late bloomer to wearing makeup, I never understood the idea of skin primer. I mean, isn’t that what foundation is for? Well, no. I could only come to understand this with an analogy to painting.
If you paint on un-primed canvas, your strokes are harder to blend, your colors are less true and vibrant, and the canvas itself absorbs a lot of the paint as you go, making the results unpredictable and less dynamic than they could be if you used a primed canvas. Makeup primers work with a similar philosophy behind them. And… they work when they are great!
Celebrity makeup artist and balanced beauty expert Chantal Moore brings us a lush face primer packed with nutrients that performs like a dream, preparing your skin thoughtfully for the color and artistry to follow!
Since receiving a sample of Colorescience Skin Calming Face Primer I have wanted to apply this on everyone that sits in my chair. It takes down redness immediately and provides the perfect platform for makeup. I’ve never seen anything take down redness like this.
It contains SPF 20, a number of antioxidants, cucumber and cactus extracts that serve to create calm, smooth, and hydrated skin. It is a magical first step prior to makeup application if you suffer from any redness inducing skin sensitivity. Learn more HERE.
Chantal Moore works closely with some of the biggest names in music, fashion and film. Her beauty and makeup advice regularly appears in such magazines as InStyle and Glamour, and she has appeared on television as a beauty expert for E! Entertainment Television, The Style Network and Fine Living Network. In 2009, she became Beauty Editor for the online lifestyle magazine Tangerine Living. In 2010, Chantal appeared on the MSN.com Kellogg’s Special K-sponsored series The Victory Project as resident Beauty Expert. She also appeared on the NBC series Fashion Star , lending her beauty expertise to the design team.