Deodorant as a Primer for Oily Skin. Υou Shouldn’t Know this Beauty Hack.

Deodorant as a Primer for Oily Skin.

There are some clever hacks on the internet that are so legit and amazing, but also there some hacks that you wondering what is happening inside their heads of those who started them. But what about the Deodorant as a Primer for Oily Skin?

We have to admit that having oily skin makes the long-lasting makeup looks like a challenge that is never-ending, especially on the summer humidity days… When you are choosing carefully your tools, primer, foundation, fixing powder/spray, etc, you can have flawless makeup that will last for hours.

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Deodorant as a Primer for Oily Skin.

However, this hack is blowing up the internet (Youtube, Instagram, etc) since 2017. I saw a beauty Youtuber a few years ago using this hack, instead of a primer, she used creamy deodorant on her T-Zone in order to mattify her skin for flawless skin.

She was happy with the results, so I thought to give it a try in order to tell you my references. Hence, as a professional, I do not recommend to anyone to do this hack. Because, it can cause clogged pores, which can lead to blackheads, acne, etc. Besides, dermatologists say that this beauty hack has side effects; it leads to irritation and maybe to breakouts and allergic reactions.

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Deodorant as a Primer for Oily Skin

First & Last Impressions:

It makes the foundation application less blendable and harder to apply nicely all over the face, but it makes makeup last longer… I am wearing my makeup for hours and this hack caused me breakouts. An overall, this hack must die. 

Deodorant as a Primer for Oily Skin.
Deodorant as a Primer for Oily Skin.

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