Updated: 22 May 2014 16:15
13 ways your make-up is ageing you

You don’t use primer

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As the skin ages, lines, wrinkles and open pores inevitably appear. Apply primer after your moisturiser and before your foundation and you’ll have a better base to work on. Primers even out the skin and create a smooth layer for the foundation to sit on. And the smoother the skin, the less your foundation will sink into and accentuate any lines and wrinkles. 

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