Rimmel London Stay Matte Primer
3.96 / 5 based on 2,365 Reviews
New stay matte primer - skin perfecting primer, can be worn alone, under, or on top of foundation to create a soft, perfectly matte complexion. Ultra lightweight formula minimizes the appearance of pores. Controls shine for up to 8 hours. Won't feel heavy or greasy. up to 8hr shine control ultra lightweight minimizes appearance of pores wear alone or with foundation.see more...
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- "this primer helped my oily/combo skin and kept it smooth! also helped blur my pores a bit and kept my makeup looking great, lasted all day long too! " in 788 reviews
I don't like this personally it might be better for combination or oily skin but I didn't fine it that good.
This primer was ok it kept my makeup on but it didn’t really make my skin matte it felt really thick as well
Es una buena prebase, económica. Me ayuda a controlar los brillos y disimulo mínimamente mis poros dilatados.
Love this primer! I have used it for full makeup apply and it works perfect. Not to recomended for oily skin
Didn't hold makeup as long as some other primers, have a fairly smooth finish but not flawless. Good price.
It's too creamy and doesn't work for oily skin. The price is very good but for me doesn't help to you pores
Great primer, gets nice and tacky so keeps your foundation on all day and it's cheap so completely a winner
This primer has pretty decent reviews it seems, but it just didn't work for me. It was really thick and difficult to blend out. And for some reason this made my foundation go on super patchy and uneven.
This is a pretty terrible primer. It doesn't cover pores and it doesn't make my foundation last any longer.
Does not work!! I was so disappointed I had heard wonderful things! But 100% a no from me I gave mine away.
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Is this a good primer for oily combo skin?
I have really oily skin and it always looks shiny does the matte primer help reduce that shine and does it keep my make up from running? How much? And where can I find it
I dont ever use primer, would it be worth a try? Does it make a difference? Thanks.
I've never used a primer before. How helpful is it and what exactly does it do?
Did this break anyone else out? And does anyone know what is in it that might cause breakouts?
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