Product Review | E.L.F. Face Primers {Poreless, Hydrating and Illuminating)

Product Review | E.L.F. Face Primers ($6, Target, E.L.F. Website, CVS, Walgreens and E.L.F. stores) 

Product Descriptions are taken straight out of the E.L.F. Website.

Poreless Face Primer (Pink Container) 
Reduces the appearance of enlarged pores, fine lines, and shine for a gorgeous airbrushed look. Infused with Tea Tree and Vitamins A&E for anti-aging and restorative benefits. This multipurpose skin primer transforms your face into a flawless and smooth canvas so makeup goes on evenly for a long-lasting matte finish.

Hydrating Primer (Blue Container)
Boosts your complexion with a drench of hydration, creating a perfect canvas for radiant, younger looking skin. Infused with Grape and Vitamins A, C, & E for nourishing and anti-aging benefits. This multipurpose clear skin primer reduces the appearance of fine lines and transforms your face into a flawless and smooth canvas so makeup goes on evenly for a long-lasting finish.

Illuminating Face Primer (Peach Container)
Transform your face into a flawless and smooth canvas with the Mineral Infused Face Primer. Developed to combat against excess oil, flaky dryness, enlarged pores and fine lines. This clear multipurpose skin primer will prepare your skin so makeup goes on evenly for a long-lasting satin finish.

All primers feature a new and improved air pump! For best results, you may need to pump the component several times before product dispenses.

Thoughts & Review >  Let's start with the packaging, it is contained in a sleek frosted plastic bottle with an air pump.  The bottle is not very big size wise and contents wise, but you cannot complain due to the $6 price point.  

The Poreless Primer is in a nice, light and creamy consistency.  It is white in color, not pink as the bottle shows.  It is easy to blend and soft on the skin on application.  However, since I do not have large pores or any other texture issues, I cannot test the pore-filling claims of this specific primer, however, it does make a good canvas for makeup application and extends the wear of my makeup.  I also do not have oily skin so this does not do anything life-changing for me.  It is light and airy on the skin and non-greasy.  Would I repurchase the Poreless Primer? Yes.

The Hydrating Primer has a light and silicone consistency.  While the bottle is a light blue color, the inside product is clear.  If you have dry skin, this will work nicely for you just to add some hydrating underneath your makeup.  Shake the bottle before pumping it out, as sometimes it separates so you may get a watery consistency instead of a thicker one.  Despite the thick consistency, one blended it becomes a thin and light layer on the skin.  I like using this alone if I am not wearing makeup or if I am not going to be out for longer periods of time.  This is perfect, at least for my skin, when the weather is cold.  I have normal skin and when the weather is cold, it holds keeps my makeup intact and beautiful throughout.  However, I wear this on a warmer weather, it moves my foundation around, which is not pretty.  Would I repurchase the Hydrating Primer? Not for extended makeup wear, but will repurchase during the winter/colder months to use as extra hydration.

The Illuminating Face Primer has a thicker consistency out of the three.  It is more of a yellow toned primer versus the peach color that the packaging has.  It is a whipped or mousse like texture once dispensed out of the bottle.  It has small glitter particles that are noticeable so you have to blend a little bit harder if you apply a thick layer.  You may be able to get away with a thin application and not look like a glitter ball or doing a light dusting of powder all over the face.  I have used this underneath a foundation which was nice since I also used a sheer one so it did not feel cakey or heavy on the face.  However, using this with a full-coverage foundation may be too much or heavy on the face, but unless that does not bother you, you may like it.  Would I repurchase? No.