Skin Type- Combination to Oily; Sensitive Skin – No
MUA has come up with the Hydro range pretty recently and the primer was the only thing I picked as I have combination to oily skin to an aqua-based primer attracts me. I have been using it for quite some time and here are my thoughts on the Skin Define Hydro Primer by MUA.
Price – Rs 900/-
A fresh and hydrating primer in a lightweight gel formula. The soothing aqua base leaves skin refreshed and smooth allowing for even makeup application. The hydro primer has a self-repairing system, designed to reduce the appearance of fine lines and prime your face for a smooth complexion.
Aqua, Glycerin, PEG-240/HDI Copolymer Bis-Decyltetradeceth-20 Ether, Butylene Glycol, Phenoxyethanol, PEG-40 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Tetrasodium EDTA, Fragrance, Sodium Hyaluronate
My Experience with MUA Skin Define Hydro Primer:
The Hydro Primer by MUA seemed a pretty promising product from the way it looked. It comes in tub packaging with transparent body and white lid. There is a protective shield to the tub which helps avoiding spillage. The details about the product are mentioned at the base of the tub.
The texture is fun to begin with. It is like jelly water. It is completely transparent and feels cool when applied on to the face. It spreads okay-ish on the face but dipping the finger every time to dig out the product is slightly bothersome. The fragrance is artificial but not strong; it stays on for a while before vanishing completely.
I got this a while back and I was travelling with it. Honestly speaking I did not see any difference to my makeup with this on. This is just an addition to the makeup routine without really reaping any benefit out of it. I feel applying aloe vera gel instead would give some benefits to the skin. Neither it evens out pores or fine lines nor does it extend the makeup wear-time. I would not repurchase or recommend it to anybody as adding a few more bucks would bring us some of the best primers available in the market. P.S – it did not perform well on my mom or sister as I pushed them to try it during the trip.
Pros of MUA Skin Define Hydro Primer:
• Initial cooling sensation.
• Consistency is good.
Cons of MUA Skin Define Hydro Primer:
• Tub packaging.
• Artificial fragrance.
• Does nothing to the skin.
• Feel sticky initially.
• Expensive for the quantity.
IMBB Rating – 1/5
Would I Repurchase/Recommend MUA Skin Define Hydro Primer?
No to both!
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