6 Primers for Large Pores You Might Want to Get Behind
What interferes with an otherwise flawless face of makeup more than large pores? We’re betting you’d be hard pressed to come up with an answer. If pores are a problem for you, you’ve likely already exhausted your options, using your skin-care regimen to tackle the issue. But the truth is, while you can help minimize the appearance of pores with potent products — you can’t get rid of your pores. On the bright side, with the help of the right makeup primer, no one has to know about your #1 complexion concern — you can keep your large pores under wraps. Ahead, we rounded up six of our favorites to help get the job done.
If you’re looking for a blurring primer that makes your skin feel soft and supple, try the Bare With Me Radiant Perfecting Primer. This formula is made with cannabis sativa oil and centella asiatica extract which helps to even skin tone, hydrate and soothe.
We can all agree that making your pores “disappear” with primer is nothing short of magical. Thus, it’s only fitting for a primer to be named Optical Illusion — that’s exactly what a primer is. You may still have large pores after using it, but not that anyone can see. This smoothing, pore-perfecting option, formulated with rosehip and argan oils, is exactly what you need in your makeup bag.
Large pores are often accompanied by an overly oily complexion, making it even more essential to pick the right primer. If you have large pores and skin that’s prone to getting greasy, try this instant, pore minimizing primer — which is oil-free.
Optimal for oily and combination skin, Pores No More is going to become one of your new daily go-tos. It combats dullness and rough texture, absorbs oil and works to minimize the look of pores in a flash.
Remember when you were just a kid and large pores were pretty much the last thing on your mind? Well, you can’t turn back time, but you can strive for a more youthful, practically poreless-looking appearance. Accurately named Baby Skin, this primer helps give the look of smooth, poreless skin.
Have you considered using your primer as a source of SPF? It may not be your first instinct, but it makes sense to include sun protection as the first step of your makeup routine. In addition to correcting the appearance of pores (along with fine lines and wrinkles), this daily primer offers broad spectrum SPF 50.