There I was minding my own business, browsing the ASOS website & somehow I stumbled across their The Ordinary Primer range; more specifically The Ordinary High-Spreadability Fluid Primer and The Ordinary High-Adherence Silicone Primer. As both primers only cost £5.50 and £4.00 respectively, I decided to just buy both primers so I could them to work over the May Bank Holiday Weekend  . . . so yes this review is a bit late but it takes me a while to review skincare but

I wanted to make sure they ACTUALLY do what it says on the tin before I recommend or review them.

I wouldn’t say that I was in the market for a new primer but I do have a number of weddings coming up and as it is so warm at the moment, I did need something that would prolong the wear of my foundation (without weighing down my face). To be quite frank, I just needed something that worked and didn’t cost an arm & a leg because I probably wouldn’t use it once the summer season is over.

To provide some beauty background information as The Ordinary is a fairly new brand to the UK beauty market. The Ordinary is an offshoot of Deciem; skincare brand of the moment, and focuses on creating simple, clinical formulations for the beauty market with integrity. If you want skincare products that don’t come with overly fancy packaging and aim to perfect your complexion with nourishing oils and serums while being free from parabens, sulphates and mineral oils, then this budget friendly brand might just be the one for you.