You only need a pea-sized amount of product to cover the t-zone area and a little wherever you apply layers of makeup (I like to apply under the eyes and across the chin too.) Although I don't have huge areas of redness to conceal, the 'colour correct redness' primer really does help to even out my skintone and create a great base for foundation. It subtly takes the colour away from tired areas, as well as balancing out around the nose and the chin. As an alternative and to create a more radiant complexion, the 'colour correct dullness' primer helps to counteract sallow skin and bring about a pinker natural finish. With a similar texture and finish, it helps those of us that prefer our skintone in warmer months. These are some of the best primers I've ever tried, really aiding both makeup application and longevity, as well as providing skincare benefits that no other product can currently match. At £20.00 each these aren't an impulse purchase, but they're certainly an investment that will see you into 2014 and beyond.
TheClinique Superprimers are available now priced £20.00 each.