Studio Gear Prime Objective Perfecting Face Primer Review


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Wow, can you believe December is just around the corner? The year has gone by entirely too fast for me! I’ve really been having fun with the blog, so time has just flown!

With cooler temperatures and drier weather, we need to pay extra attention to our skin. Not only do we need to revamp our skincare, but our makeup routine as well. With drier weather comes drier skin, and less than lovely makeup…lol!

A primer is the way to go for a perfect canvas in which to apply makeup. But, wouldn’t it be nice to have a primer that not just preps the skin, but also treats the skin? With Studio Gear Prime Objective Perfecting Face Primer, you can do that!

First off, Studio Gear Prime Objective is silicone-based, so it helps to visually reduce the appearance of imperfections in skin texture, allowing for a smooth surface, and beautiful makeup application. But, the brand doesn’t stop with just appearance. They go even further with a sustained release liposome system that contains retinol to help encourage cell turnover and reduce fine lines and wrinkles. Pretty fab, huh?

In addition to retinol, the primer contains a milk protein complex that not only balances the skin, but offers protection against environmental stress. Finally, the formula is enhanced with optical diffusers to help perfect the skin’s appearance. I’m SO about this formula!


Studio Gear Prime Objective Perfecting Face Primer is housed in a pump bottle. Not only does this make for convenience and easy dispensing, but it also keeps the product safe from air and contamination. I did have to pump it quite a few times initially, but once I got it going, I found it extremely easy to pump out the exact amount I needed.

The formula itself, although silicone-based, does not feel heavy or “suffocating.” It goes on smoothly, spreads easily, and most importantly, creates a great “canvas” for applying my foundation. Oh yeah, and it does NOT “ball up,” which is a huge deal because many formulas tend to do that on me.

Since I have oily/combination skin, I start at my nose and t-zone when priming, then spread lightly to other areas of my face. I found that my makeup lasts all day, stays vibrant, doesn’t oxidize, and my pores don’t get clogged. I must say, although I love Smashbox, Studio Gear Prime Objective works better on me. So happy to have this!

If you’re looking for a superior primer, you should definitely consider Studio Gear Prime Objective Perfecting Face Primer. It’s very concentrated- a little bit goes a long way, so it’s a great value at $30. Use code SGEYES at to get 10% off your order!