Depends which shade you have
I have the ORIGINAL and SIN. They are quite different because one is shimmery. I not a really big fan of SIN because I feel like it's way to powerful! ORIGINAL however is a wonderful product! I've finished 2 small sample size, im on a 3rd sample size in the newer packaging and I also have a big size in the old packaging. It is my go to primer because it leaves my eyeshadow lasting all day and all night long! I am completely in love with the formula. I also wanted to point out that I like the newer packaging better than the old one. The curve makes it so much harder to get all the product out & there is no way to tell if there is even any left in the tube! For the new packaging however, you can definitely squeeze the crap out of it until the last drop!
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The original formula was better!
Ok, so the formula before their newest change was better than this new one. It is very liquidy now and creases on my lid within an hour. The original or last formula for all of them was a little thicker and stayed longer too. I switched to Too Faced and I don't regret it in the least!
totally worth it
A tube of this will last you forever. It helps eyeshadows stay on all day and not crease. Everyone should own it. All of them worth well, but Eden is my favorite because it evens out the tone on my eyelid so the colors show up even more vibrantly.
Worth every penny
I love this primer, it makes my eye shadow look amazing all day! It makes the shadow more vibrant and stand out more, It also does last 24 hours. It never creases like it states above, so no promises are broken. The only con i have is that it's very thick, and messy. I can never apply it directly to my eyelid it usually gets everywhere around and is very thick or too thin. Other then that it works wonders and I would pick yourself up some when you can.
all of these primers are THE eye primer. my shadows, whether its UD or too faced, stays on even after i try to rub it off in the shower. i was so impressed with the original and i have sin and recently ordered greed. cant wait to try more looks with greed and sin
I've used the shades Original, Sin, and Eden. The original formula is great and has no color, so it doesn't matter what shade your skin is underneath or what color shadow you are putting on top of it. So I really like that. The Eden one can be a bit chalky and is really best for Caucasian lids. I especially like using it to completely nude out an eyelid before a matte contoured look/50's style eye. But it has to be the right shade of skin or else it really looks awkward. I love the Sin color, the champagne shimmer looks amazing by itself and needs very little eyeshadow to create a long lasting look. I use this on clients who don't want a ton of makeup on but need a little "something". Matte colors do not blend well over it though, as the shimmer really comes through.
I got this product not too long ago and it works AMAZINGLY. i have really oily eyelids and this stuff keeps my eyeshadow on ALL DAY. before i got this, my eyeshadows would crease within 1 hour of putting them on, epsecially black eyeshadow. but now my eyeshadows last 8+ hours. sometimes with the black eyeshadow there is very small creasing but its wayyy better than before using this product! :)
When UDPP first came on the market, it was kind of revolutionary. There had been other eye primers before this, but UD's worked much better. Since it completely saturated the market, other companies have released this new type of primer and some work better than UD and some work about the same. I used UDPP faithfully for several years, even when it was impossible to buy because the production could mot keep up with the demand. A few years ago, prior to UD's package redesign, I noticed that UDPP wasn't working as well for me. I don't know if my skin chemistry changed or if UDPP's formula changed, but instead of 12+ hours of wear, I would be good to get 8. I have heard other people claim that UDPP worked brilliantly for them and then suddenly stopped too, so I don't think this is isolated. I have tried several other primers since UDPP stopped working for me, and right now I would say my favorites are ELF and MUFE.