The so-called "prime look" is the makeup that's put together to enhance your natural features. The colors used are the ones nearest to your actual skin tone and color, and they are applied in such a way that will highlight or recede your features. Okay, now that sounds more complex than it is, but it really isn't.
A prime look is simply the look that makes you appear your best. In other words - perfect glowing skin, neutral eyeshadows, flattering blush, and lipstick close to the real color of your lips. It's not that hard to achieve with makeup you probably already have!
Now the makeup I use for my personal prime look varies from time to time, but the technique I use is the same. Read here on how I fake the perfect skin. For eyeshadows: I only use two or three - a light brown on the crease, a dark brown to contour, and a beige to highlight. Then I use black eyeliner and mascara. Easy peasy!
Face: Smooth-365 Peptide Serum as primer, MAC Studiofinish Concealer, NARS Sheer Glow Foundation in Barcelona, Colorescience pressed foundation in California Girl
Cheeks: NARS Super Orgasm
Eyes: In2It eyebrow kit, Too Faced Shadow Insurance as base, Estee Lauder Pure Color eyeshadow in Hot Cinnamon (lid), Smoky Ember (crease), and Ivory Slipper (brow bone), Urban Decay 25/7 eyeliner, Clinique Lash Power Mascara, Paul & Joe Eye Crayon in 01 (shimmery white) on the waterline.
Lips: Aquafina lip balm, Bobbi Brown Rose Sugar Shimmer Lip Gloss
What do you use for your prime look?