I’ve been really into illuminating primers lately, both on my clients and myself. These primers add a subtle layer of radiance that peeks through, looking natural, dewy and luminous.
I recently grabbed the Physician’s Formula Spotlight Illuminating Primer and found it to be some real ethereal goodness that I just had to share with you.
Before we do that, are you wondering if you actually need an illuminating primer in your life? Well, I can answer that for you. The answer is yes, you probably do.
I like skin to have a healthy luminosity to it and these types of primers help to achieve that in a subtle way, no blinding highlights or strobing needed. I especially love this look on brides and those with dry skin.
How would one use Physician’s Formula Spotlight Illuminating Primer? Easy!
Just apply after your skincare, prior to foundation. You can also mix a pump directly into your foundation (or tinted moisturizer, BB cream, what have you) or press a bit on top for a highlight too!
The Physician’s Formula Spotlight Illuminating Primer seriously has so much going for it.
I absolutely love that it’s fragrance-free, plus paraben-free and gluten-free on top of that. It contains antioxidants, something called filtering pearls and everyone’s favorite-optical blurring agents.
Simply put, this primer is a $13 dupe for pricier alternatives like the $38 Becca Backlight Priming Filter and the also $38 Laura Mercier Radiance Primer.
Don’t get me wrong; I love both of those primers too, but I also love having an extra $25 in my bank account.
Do I recommend the Physician’s Formula Spotlight Illuminating Primer?
Oh you already know. Hell yeah. I love this and it’s a great value.