Rimmel London Stay Matte Primer
3.97 / 5 based on 2,417 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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Rimmel London Stay Matte Primer
- "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
This primer is by far the best primer I've tried so far, drug store wise. It has amazing formula and takes all shine from my face, it dries matte and makes my foundation application flawless! It's great for people with oily skin and large pores!
I usually use the hangover primer which is my all time fav but I go through it quick and it is pricey so I decided to try this since I saw it was a dupe and I am definitely satisfied. It leaves my skin hydrated and definitely matte. I love it.
I do not like this primer very much. As someone with combination skin it emphasized my pores and make my skin look very dry. As for application, it was easy to apply. I would not buy this primer again because it does not work for my skin type.
I love this primer! The texture is thick and creamy, but it doesn’t feel heavy at the same time! I rarely have to touch up my face, and I have oily skin. Also, it does do some pore blurring. I definitely recommend it for a drug store primer.
This is an ok primer for the price and it being a drugstore product. It does control shine pretty well but not all day. It definitely doesn't feel hydrating as it says and I noticed that it was a little drying at times but I have oily skin so it didn't bother me. As far as providing a good base for my makeup and improving the wear of it, it was pretty decent. I'd buy it again as a cheaper option to some of the more exspensive primers out there. Rimmel London Stay Matte Primer
It is a good drugstore primer, however, to avoid sweating through your foundation you have to use a translucent powder and matte setting spray. I don't have large pores so I don't know that it helps cover pores. There really aren't any cons other than the white container; gets dirty easily. I would recommend to someone on a budget.
One of the only primers that actually succeeds in keeping product on my T-zone! I have combo skin, my oily areas are really oily and my dry areas are really dry. I'd put this on and around my nose and forehead, and it kept my foundation on (with the help of a powder) really nicely without looking too cakey.
This primer is okay. I do use this product every once in a while. It does have a hydrating feel and it minimizes the pores as well as being shine controlled but it does seem to leave streaks and a white surface so I don’t use it so much.
I finally found a primer that works with my skin- Rimmel London Stay Matte Primer!! My skin is sensitive and oily, so most primers make me break out (even high brands). I’m so glad I received this in my Ipsy bag! This primer helps keep my makeup matte and lasting through the workday! I recommend this to anyone who has a hard time finding primers that won’t make them break out - give this a try!
I revived this product in an Ipsy bag and I have been obsessed ever since! I use this product daily and it has transformed my makeup game, I like other primers but not as much as this one. I recommend this to any person with oily skin.
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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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