Rimmel Stay Matte Makeup Primer – Review

Primers are definitely a must-have especially if you are a part of the oily-skin gang (lol…I just made that up 😀 ). So, I shared a post about my top 5 face primers for oily skin, a while ago and the Rimmel Stay Matte Makeup Primer made the list…woohoo! I’ve been using it for about a year now and thought to share my review today. According to Rimmel, Stay Matte Primer is formulated to stop shine for up to 8 hours and render pores all but invisible.  Now, here’s my review :

Rimmel Stay Matte Makeup Primer

Packaging : The Rimmel Stay Matte Makeup Primer comes in a cute white tube with purple screw cap.

Formula : It feels like a lotion when applied and dries off matte after a few minutes.

What It looks like

Application : I usually press out the quantity needed on the back of my hand and use my fingers to apply to my face.

After rubbing into the skin

Pros :

  • The Rimmel Stay Matte Makeup Primer gives up to 8 hours of shine control.
  • Ultra-lightweight formula.
  • Minimizes appearance of pores.
  • Can be used alone or with foundation.
  • Doesn’t feel heavy or greasy.

Cons :

  • None whatsoever.
Dries off matte

The Rimmel Stay Matte Makeup Primer has been my go-to affordable primer since Boots No 7 makeup base was discontinued. It is lightweight and goes on smoothly. My makeup stays on and fresh for up to 8 hours, which is pretty good. A little goes a long way as I have a combination skin type but you may want to use more if you have very oily skin. I also use the Becca Ever Matte Poreless Priming Perfector but you guys…this one is quite expensive and only comes out for special occasions 😀 . The Rimmel Stay Matte Makeup Primer is sold for 5,500naira and available to order here.

Do you use this primer? How do you like it?

Hugs and Kisses,

Missglam.

MissGlam

I’m a beauty blogger, love to write, share experiences and keep you up to date, as I embark on my fab journeys into the world of beauty, fashion and all things stylish!

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