As I try to balance my Hectic schedule at work, I demand from any make up product to be a part of my skin care routine as well. Being exposed to camera lights 24/7 I desperately need a silicon-free product that reduces the oxidation & retains the moisture of my skin. When I found out about the ingredients and the concept of Tom Ford Illuminating Primer, I knew I must try it 😶.
Tom Ford Illuminating Primer is a hybrid between a Skincare and Makeup due to the patented Tom Ford Infusing Complex. The Complex enriches skin with a combination of specially selected nutrients that help skin stimulate its natural repair mechanisms. The skin is left looking renewed and smooth.😁
Tom Ford Illuminating Primer contains ultra fine micro shimmer that gives a healthy glow if used alone. There are several ways to use it:
1. As a moisturizer after a hydrating toner to seal the moisture of the skin.
2.As an illuminator, underneath foundation. After moisturizing my skin, I apply Illuminating Primer on my cheekbones, under the brown bones, cupid bow, and chin and blend lightly with a beauty blender sponge . Then I apply foundation on top of the primer as usual. That way I achieve the inner glow effect. It’s great for very natural healthy looking skin.💫
3. I like to apply a small amount all over the face to give a subtle glow to my skin.💥
4. Don’t forget to mix the primer with the foundation. It will blend perfectly & increase the glow for the foundation.👍
Tom Ford Illuminating Primer helps prevent oxidation. In order to minimize oxidation I apply an oil-free foundation on a well-moisturized skin. The primer serves as a barrier between my skin sebum and the foundation.
Evwen though it’s a bit pricey, the packaging is so convenient, compact and chic. It’s perfect for on the go and looks so elegant in my purse👸. I’m obsessed! I’m using it everyday 😁.
It’s a luxe product for your makeup👌. If you have dry, normal or combination skin, you will love it for all over your face. Ladies whose skin is oily might use it to highlight certain areas only.
Have you tried Tom Ford Illuminating Primer? What other primers would you recommend? I’d love to hear from you in the comments section.