My New Favorite Primer
I've been using UD Primer Potion for a while & decided to try this after a Sephora rep suggested it. It's a few dollars more, but worth it! It dries clear and doesn't crease at all. I have very oily lids & primer is a must for me. I feel like my shadows & liners even look more pigmented. I'm hooked on this now, and a little goes a long way!
One of the best.
I went into using this product after being a hardcore junkie on the Urban Decay Primer Potion. I beleived that there was nothing else out there that would work as well, or work better. I was wrong. This works ten times better that the Urban Decay Primer Potion, it last all day and all night, NO creasing, and the colors are enhanced so that the true color and shimmer really stand out. This primer works beautifully. It is on the pricy side at $24.00, but for something I'm going to use everyday, I believe its worth it.
Better than I thought.
I received this product as a sample and put it aside until I ran out of my UDPP. When that time came around to finally try it out I was not disappointed. I actually like it better than the UDPP because the the consistency is very light. And very easy to work with. BUT the UDPP still wins me over because of the color of the potion. Sorta cancels out any pigmentation on the lid which helps colors pop.
What can I say, this primer is AMAZING! I do my makeup at 7 am and my eye makeup is still in place when I take it all off around 10 pm. I feel with other primers, there's no creasing, but the colors seem to blend together as the day goes on and then it looks like I've only used one eyeshadow color. With this product, at the end of the day you can still tell that I have distinctively used 3 different eyeshadow shades. I got a trial size when I purchased the "And God Created Woman" palette and plan on buying a full sized tube when I run out. Do not pass this product by :) xo
My Holy Grail Eyeshadow Primer!
I have used every primer under the sun, and nothing has worked nearly half as well as this does. I have oily eyelids which obviously interferes with my eyeshadow. Whenever I use this primer, my lids stay matte, and my shadow stays put. I am so in love with this product that I will never have to purchase another primer. It will be a dark day if Nars ever decides to discontinue this gift from above!
Best Eyeshadow Primer
This is by far the best eyeshadow primer I've ever tried. It is sheer and applies without streaking or clumping and keeps eyeshadow from doing the same. It doesn't feel heavy or dry. This primer really helps prevents creasing and smudging immensely. If anyone hasn't found the right primer, this one should be given a try whether having oily or dry eyelids.
Oily skinned girls know how difficult it is to find products that actually prevent your makeup from melting. I tried Urban Decay's Primer Potion years ago, which just made my eyelids flakey. I never even thought of trying any other eyelid primers since that one is supposed to be "the best" and I usually don't wear eye shadow anyway. But recently, my friend and I were getting ready to attend an award show and she told me to try using some of her Nars eye shadow base. I was skeptical since she has dry skin, but I decided to give it a try anyway. I was amazed that my eye shadow didn't crease AT ALL the whole night, even after going out for KBBQ! lol I ended up purchasing one for myself :) I might actually start wearing eye shadow more often because of this!
Best eyeshadow primer!
I've tried them all - benefit, too faced, urban decay's.... But I always come back to this eyeshadow primer. It dries with no color and allows your shadow to go on smooth with no rippling. And keeps your shadow from creasing up to 24 hours! If you're still looking for one, or need to invest in a good one, this one by NARS is the best!
The only primer for my oily lids
Trying to find a primer to solve my oily lid issue was getting difficult, I always had my two faced shadow insurance which worked well but only lasted about 6 hours. This one here lasts at least 10 hours and I love how my shadow grabs onto to it, even keeps my gel liner put. But be sure not to use too much because it does have a tendency to turn this ashy white color on your lid if too much is applied.