Smashbox Photofinish Foundation Primer Reviews
Product Type: Soap & Glory makeup
Description:Brand: Soap & Glory / Type: Foundation / What it does: Smoothes, / A vitamin enriched primer that smoothes out the skin before you apply your foundation /
Newest Review: ... black letters on the front of the tube with the actual product name underneath it. At the bottom it tells you that it is a ... more
Customer Smashbox Photofinish Foundation Primer Reviews (26)
by - written on 08/04/13 (Very useful, 79 readings)
About Smashbox = = = = = = = = = Smashbox are a cosmetics company that originated from the studio's of LA. I only heard of this brand around a year ago and weren't really familiar with any of their products, until I read reviews on dooyoo and ciao about some of their products such as primers and foundations that they sell. Smashbox have a large cosmetics range suitable for all skin colours and types. Their products are more expensive than high street brands such as Bourjois and Maybelline, how-ever their products are very good quality and create professional results that are longer lasting than products that you may find on the high street. Although there are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/06/12, updated on 22/06/12 (Very useful, 212 readings)
I bought this recently on a flight as I saw it in the duty-free magazine on a really good offer. I love using different primers to see which is best and as this brand isn't widely available in high street cosmetic stories I thought I would buy it and see. The offer saved you well over the cost of the product and it came with two bottles - 30ml and 15ml tube of the photo finish primer. I liked the idea of two bottles because if I didn't like it I could always give it to someone else who might appreciate it. The product comes in a little metalic box with an image of the tubes on the front. I would imagine this is different if you purchase just one tube rather ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/11/12 (Very useful, 205 readings)
My skin is oily with enlarged pores and it is prone to developing blemishes. I realise how unattractive I just made myself sound! Putting make up on top of skin like this just highlights imperfections and it won't stay put so I use a primer to keep everything looking OK. For this reason, I bought the Photo Finish Foundation Primer by Smashbox and I chose the light version. What does the product do? The product has been designed in order to reduce the appearance of fine line and enlarged pores so that your skin look flawless and in order for you to have a good surface on which to apply your make up... Think plastering a wall before painting it! This ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/03/12 (Very useful, 157 readings)
A few months ago I was shopping around Debenhams when I got collared by a sales assistant. I was about to rush off, or make an excuse which would help me escape from listening to a long talk about a product that I really didn't want or need. But, I was too late and the saleswomen had already started telling my all about this product and range. I was eventually convinced into trying some of the products from the Samshbox range, including this one, and was impressed enough to buy multiple products. Smashbox is an American brand, used by many professional make-up artists. It is not so well-known in Britain, but it is sold in department stores like Debenhams, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/08/10 (Very useful, 1227 readings)
Firstly, let me start by saying that I have absolutely NO idea how much this product cost. It was first used on me a couple of years ago by a make-up artist in America on the day that me and my husband got married (I gather Smashbox products are an American brand and used ALOT by the make-up artists over there), and the bottle I now have is what was bought for me as a gift by a friend from Duty Free on her way home from her travels as I have spent the last couple of years raving about my wedding day make-up! The packaging is quite sleek and plain and the product comes in a pump type dispenser. The idea is to put it on before applying foundation for a heavier ... Read the complete review
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