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    Napoleon auto pilot. Luv it.

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    L'oreal Redness corrector- it's green. (complimentary colours hide each other). I really like it.

    I also use a separate eyelid primer- an Urban Decay one. Still using a little tester SIL gave me around Christmas time, but will definitely buy the full product when the tester runs out.

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    NYX pore filler is great and quite cheap, ($20ish). I use this daily and Napoleon auto pilot on special occasions.
    I do prefer the auto pilot, but not enough to justify spending the extra for everyday wear.
    I also use Artdeco eyeshadow base, it stops you shadow creasing and falling under your eyes, it's amazing.

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    Priceline has 40% off all cosmetics tomorrow and Wednesday, so you can grab a few cheaper primers and see what you like

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    I used to be a primer lover but seriously not so much anymore. I'd prefer not to add yet another layer of stuff to my skin.
    By the time I've cleansed, moisturised, sun protection and foundation, I don't use primer unless absolutely necessary.
    Mac prep & prime used to be awesome but the formula has changed.
    Napoleon auto pilot wasn't bad
    Armani Fluid Master Primer is good too.
    Benefit Porefessional wasn't bad on me either.
    I just find the more layers I use, especially layers with silicone, cause my skin to get congested and break out.
    I always use a primer if I want my base to last absolutely all day/night without touch ups. Or if I want a dewy finish and don't want to use a setting powder.

    Due to oily lids I am an eye primer addict. UD primer potion is awesome and my other favourite is NARS pro prime. Tiny little tube but it's amazing stuff!

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    I use the nude by nature primer. I mix it with my moisturiser/sunscreen (qv everyday face). It's nice and light and lasts pretty well on my terribly oily skin. I like being able to mix them. I hate doing layer after layer. I'm far too impatient to wait for like 7 layers of creams to dry.

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    Napoleon Auto Primer is amazing!
    I tried to get a cheaper one and tried the Rimmel Matte but I don't like it at all!

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    Just spent $100 at Priceline. Now to find out what I like and what I don't. Got 2 primers to try the Rimmel Stay Matt and Maybelline Instant Age rewind Primer. Also got the Loreal Nude Magique Blur cream which I tried already and really like. It does seem to even things out. Plus some foundation, concealer, blush and some Garnier BB cream.

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