Happy Bank Holiday weekend! I hope you’re all enjoying the sunshine as much as I have been. Here I am back again with another testing Primark makeup post… I bet you didn’t think there would be another one so soon. So I didn’t expect to post another one so soon either, but I have been loving the Ps Radiant Primer that I just had to share it with you. Keep reading to find out why this product is my latest obsession.
The Ps Radiant Primer Packaging:
Okay, so the packaging isn’t anything special. If you read my previous post, you will know that I was obsessed with the K-pop Sweet cheeks palette packaging. The packaging is pretty, but it isn’t anything ground-breaking. It is a simple white, black and grey squeezy tube. Is that what you’d call it? No idea.The nozzle is really thin so that you don’t squeeze out too much product at once, but I would prefer a pump as they’re so much easier to manage. All of the ingredients are also clearly stated on the back of the tube, something I believe to be very important with skin products.
The Ps Radiant Primer:
In total you get 42 ml (1.4 Fl. Oz) of product, so for £3 you are getting a lot for your dollar! Some of the key ingredients include Aqua (Obviously), Dimethicone, Glycerin and a lot more. Although there are no claims on this packaging, with the ingredients mentioned (such as Dimethicone and Glycerin), you would imagine it would smooth fine lines and wrinkles as well as give you a bit more of a base for your foundation to stick to. Oh and glow… duh!
So I have been wearing this primer alone during this sunny weather when I don’t want to sweat in a thick layer of makeup. It adds a nice sheer glow to the skin so I look like a radiant goddess rather than an oily mess (okay, yeah wishful thinking but you get my point). I have also tested this primer underneath my foundation on both sunny and rainy days and it holds up well. The white primer really does add some nice glow to the skin without looking too shiny, but if you have oily skin you might want to avoid this product. I have dry skin, and I’d say this primer does NOT replace my moisturiser in any way as it is not massively hydrating. However, it does help me from looking too matte, dry and cakey.
Overall, the product does give you a nice glow which I guess is the whole point of the primer. It does make my foundation apply quite nicely, but I haven’t noticed a massive difference in terms of application and longevity. That tends to be the case with most primers for me. But, for £3, I am happy to use it purely for more of a glowy base, and I have been using it every day for the past few weeks, purely for this purpose!
If you want to look glowy af this summer, then maybe pick this primer up on your next trip to Primark. For £3, you can’t really go wrong!
Do you use glowy primers? Are you all about that glow in the summer months? Let me know in the comments!
Thanks for reading,