THE SKINNY: There's a disconnect here.
To me, spackle is thick. It needs to be to cover nail holes and other imperfections on a wall, right?
I had the same hope for Laura Geller Spackle Supercharged, that the primer would go waxy thick and cover fine lines and other imperfections on my face.
Instead, Spackle Supercharged is wet and goes on like a lotion. It provided some coverage, but not the "ready-for-closeup" coverage I wanted.
The so-called "supercharge" for this primer is more ingredients to soothe aging skin. But when I use a lotion or a serum to do that, it's not something I need from a primer.
KEEP OR TOSS: Toss.
CHECK IT OUT: Laura Geller suggests that you can wear this primer without makeup for a "fresh" look.
-- Tested by Shay
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