Priming: Your Makeup Canvas

Priming: Your Makeup Canvas

jane iredale has a primer perfect for every skin type. Prep the skin before applying makeup to create a smooth, long-lasting canvas. Choose and confidently prescribe one of our three jane iredale primers depending on your clients’ skin type.

Primer for Normal and All Skin Types

Choose: Smooth Affair Facial Primer & Brightener

A skin-quenching primer that prepares the skin so makeup goes on more easily and lasts longer. It helps to smooth, brighten and nourish the skin.

Key Ingredients:

Grapefruit Extract: Promotes luminosity and skin radiance.

Apple Extract: Acts as a skin-smoothing antioxidant and helps maintain skin’s youthful elasticity.

Green and White Tea Leaf Extracts: Reduces the visible signs of ageing and soothes skin.

Primer for Oilier Skin Types

Choose: Smooth Affair Mattifying Primer

A weightless face primer designed to mattify skin, help balance oil production and blur the appearance of pores and fine lines for smooth makeup application and a naturally matte finish.

Key Ingredients:

Red Algae Extract: helps improve the appearance of sebum production an supports skin's natural oil-moisture ratio for a smooth, visibly matte appearance. 

Hibiscus Bark Extract: helps support skin elasticity for a lifted, more youthful appearance.

    Rose Geranium Leaf Extract: helps protect and repair from damage cause by UV light and delivers powerful antioxidant protection.

    Primer for Drier Skin Types

    Choose: Smooth Affair Illuminating Primer

    An illuminating primer that locks in moisture and minimises the appearance of pores for a more radiant complexion and pearlescent finish on the skin.

    Mica: Creates a glowy, blurred appearance.

    Hyaluronic Acid: delivers hydration to the skin while also locking in that moisture.

    Shea Butter: supports in reducing epi-dermal water loss and can help extend makeup wear.

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