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Keep your makeup staying put with these colour-correcting makeup primers that also promise a gorgeous glow.
With a total of six different shades each targeted at various skin discolouration concerns, this contains a High Lumitech Complex to correct, revive and illuminate complexions instantly. It is also made with organic sea lily extract to hydrate and the brand’s anti-pollution complex to protect from environmental damage. This is infused with cotton extract to prevent moisture loss while soothing and protecting skin. Three different colours are available to brighten complexions and leave a dewy, luminous finish. See also: THE NIGHT BEFORE YOUR WEDDING: 7 BEAUTY TIPS FOR A FLAWLESS FACE Not only does this fill in fine lines, blur out enlarged pores and even out skin tones, it also contains antioxidant-rich vitamins A and E, as well as peptides to protect skin from environmental pollutants, damage and stress. See also: 10 SINGAPORE MAKEUP ARTISTS ON GETTING RADIANT SKIN FOR YOUR WEDDING Lightweight and blendable, this feels like second-skin once applied and helps to correct and treat discolouration while imparting a gorgeous, luminous glow. With a lightweight and creamy texture, this hydrates, brightens and corrects redness for a more evenly-toned and smooth complexion. This makeup primer base cushion compact helps you achieve an even and clear skin tone. It also acts as a quick and easy base makeup for touch-ups on-the-go. It contains an Advanced Oil Control Effect to ensure that excess oil is absorbed. See also: AVOID OILY SKIN ON YOUR WEDDING DAY! 9 THINGS TO NOTE Micro-encapsulated beads of pigment are suspended in the formula and burst once applied to adapt to your skin tone. This high-tech formula even fills in the look of fine lines, minimises pores and controls shine all while prolonging your makeup. With a silky texture, it gets absorbed quickly into the skin without leaving any sticky residue. It also conceals redness, brightens and provides a smooth surface for foundation to go on easily. This article was originally published on Female Singapore.