Rimmel Match Perfection Fix and Perfect Primer Reviews
Product Type: Rimmel makeup
Newest Review: ... but has more of the feel of a moisturiser and is really hydrating for your skin before applying foundation. The price for ... more
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Customer Rimmel Match Perfection Fix and Perfect Primer Reviews (7)
by - written on 23/06/12 (Very useful, 57 readings)
About a year ago I started to always wear a primer underneath my makeup. Since I discovered primers I have used one almost every day and have tried out quite a few different brands but this Rimmel Fix & Perfect Pro is the first budget, drugstore brand primer which I have tried. A 30 ml tube of this primer cost me £6.99, which was a big saving compared to the other ones I had used which had all cost over £20. It was interesting to see how they compared! === What does it do? === Primers act as a base for your makeup, smoothing the skin to provide an even canvas for your foundation. They also help your makeup to last and look fresher for longer. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/06/12 (Very useful, 60 readings)
Whilst I wear make up every single day as a rule I have never really been swayed by primers and such like. When I was going to Essex for my birthday night out I wanted to make sure that I did all I could to make my make up last well and so a few weeks before I went I purchased the Rimmel London fix and perfect pro primer as it was on a three for two promotion and I needed to buy a couple of other things. This is my review of the product. The Rimmel fix and perfect pro primer comes in a white tube which stands on a blue screw top lid. The packaging looks simple but I think it is an attractive design as the white and blue compliment each other well and it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/05/12 (Very useful, 22 readings)
I have gone through about 5 primers to date, fluctuating between the necessity and the desire to wear or purchase them depending on what money I had available or how great quality the products actually were. The first couple of primers I purchased were by no7 at boots, which unfortunately were rather pricey and did not live up to their expectations as they lacked softness and smooth blending and application. I then opted for a slightly more liquid based primer by MUA, which again wasn't suited to my needs as it was overly watery and seemed to be as cheap as the price (£4). It didn't do my makeup any favours and actually made everything rub off my face much ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/04/12 (Very useful, 21 readings)
I own 002, non-coloured and I have very dry skin. The packaging is a white tube with blue and grey text. It looks more clinical than classy but I do not particularly mind that with a face/skin product as I think it looks sterile (even though I know colour schemes have nothing to do with sterility). I like that the cap is on the bottom which means the product drains into the lid making it easy to get out, in a hurry. The tube is light, small and tightly sealed so great for travel. The product is smooth and creamy in consistency and is thick but not greasy. It sinks in quickly and is very hydrating which is great for my dry skin. It makes my skin feel ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/09/12 (Very useful, 24 readings)
I always dismissed primers as a con by make up companies to try to get you to buy another product which you didn't need (once you have moisturised why do you need another lotion for skin?) But after inquiring if my mum had changed her skin care regime after noticing a visible improvement in her skin she introduced me to this product and now I'm converted. You are supposed to apply primer to the skin after moisturising but before applying foundation- almost like a make up base coat! The product itself is a thick white shimmery cream and is easily applied and absorbed to the skin. On application it gives an immediate glow to the skin. Also I found ... Read the complete review
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