The first is the FACE: The primer here covers the entire face, just before the application of foundation. Here, choose a primer that matches your skin type. If you have an oily or combination skin, pick up a primer that gives a matte look. You can go for Revlon photo ready primer, L'Oreal base magique or colorbar primer. And if zits and acne are your concern, have a product that contains salicylic acid. It works wonders. People with dry skin definitely need hydration, so go for something which is heavy duty. It will work as a primer, serum, and a moisturizer. 3 in 1. Lakme blur perfect primer will suit this skin type perfectly. The ones with normal skin, congratulations, everything will work for you!
Let us start with the face. First of all, invest in a good primer. Something that will make your foundation last longer and in fact, if you use a primer, you'll need less foundation and so you can save your product. I have combination skin so I use the Colorbar Perfect Match Primer because it comes in a gel form. You can choose a creamy once if you have dry skin. Go for gel-based primers if you have oily skin.