Laura Geller: Spackle Under Makeup Primer

P161206_hero Laura Geller Spackle Under Makeup Primer is a revolutionary primer that creates a perfect canvas for your makeup. Formulated with nourishing and soothing botanicals such as Aloe Vera, Gingko Biloba, Calendula and other floral extracts, it perfects the skin’s texture and prepares it for foundation. Spackle’s formula locks in moisture so skin feels soft and smooth but is 100 percent oil-free. Laura Geller’s Spackle Primer is packaged in a convenient, air-free pump so you can get every drop.

The sample of Spackle I tried had a watery, gel-like consistency and went onto the skin like a moisturizer. It was different than most primers I’ve tried which usually have a slippery silicone feel. My skin is combination with oily t-zone and normal or dry cheeks depending on the time of year. Laura Geller’s Spackle didn’t help contain my shine, I still got oily in my t-zone, but it did help maintain my makeup. My foundation and blush didn’t fade during the day and I skipped the late-day touch up. I wouldn’t recommend this product for those with oily skin but for normal or dry skin it’s a great moisturizing primer to keep your makeup looking fresh

By Karen E. Duncan – Guest Writer

Karen is a certified makeup “addict” and beauty lover, who escaped corporate America to pursue a career in makeup. She now works as a professional freelance Makeup Artist/Hairstylist working in a variety of areas such as fashion, runway, television, video, etc. Karen also shares her love of all things beauty via her Beauty Blog

EDITOR’S NOTE: While at Sephora – Short Hills Mall, NJ I over heard the store manager mention that Sephora is discontinuing Laura Gellar. Now hold up and wait a minute, you’ll still be able to get your Laura Gellar fix via,, etc. However you should keep ye ol eyes peeled for deep discounts popping up at in Sephora stores and at :)

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