MUA Primer; RRP £4
After reading the lovely Aimee's review on this, I thought that I had better buy it and try it for myself. I bought this and a few other pieces in one of my many superdrug visits (See haul here).
The packaging it just like all the other MUA products - it's simple, basic and tells you exactly what it is. It states "A velvety smooth fomula that feels light on your skin and creates a flawless even complexion. Wear alone or under foundation for a long-last finish. For £4 you get 27ml - I'm just wondering why they couldn't give you 30ml instead of it being an odd number?
When I took off the lid and started squeezing out the primer, the little white cap? thing inside literally flew out at me which I wasn't expecting. Luckily, it didn't hit me or anything but I just didn't expect it to easily fly out like that.
In my opinion, this primer is exactly like a moisturiser (I'm not a beauty savvie btw!) or it seems to do the same job as a moisturiser except it smells floral when you first start applying it and the scent starts to fade after a while. It's an odd consistency - it's a tad runny but it does leave your skin feeling velvety (which it doesn't claim to do!)
Overall, this product does some of what it says but I would not agree that it "flawlessly evens out complexion" but it does definitely make my make up last longer. And for £4, I cannot complain any more! I will definitely be on the look out for some other cheap primers.
Have you tried out this primer?
Have you found any other cheap drug store primers?