March 10, 2017

We all know about multi-masking, but what about multi-priming? Sometimes a single makeup primer might not work for your whole face. For example, for your T-Zone, you may need a primer for oily skin but this may be too mattifying for others areas like your cheeks. Which is why we've come up with glo's signature Block Priming Technique. makeup primer Prime like a pro and get your base absolutely perfect, ready for foundation. Follow our makeup primer guide below and watch our demo application to pick the best glo-minerals makeup primer for different block segments. Multi-priming has never been so easy.makeup primer

Forehead

Nose

Chin

Cheeks

Eyes

Watch a demo application if you prefer something visual!



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