SO glad they changed the packaging!
The original packaging is really annoying to use, and that's the one I still have, but the products themselves are AMAZING! I have the original and the Sin. Sin is a lovely champange color, that is great to use with any neutral eyeshadows!
Love love love
Oily eye lids here. All shadows crease on me within hours. Even melts mascara onto my eyelids. But not when using this product. It's a must have and don't worry about the price. It will last you a long time. I don't wear makeup everyday but at least a few times a week. This last me well over a year
YOU HAVE TO BUY THIS
This is the best basic eye product out there. I have never used any other eye primer because this stuff is so amazing. The price may deter people from buying it, but I have been using it for several years and am only on my second tube!! I also use it every day. I first bought the original color, then I decided to buy sin because I basically always use brownish shades of eyeshadow because that is what works with my eye color so that is what works for me best. It is a miracle worker, because I can go the entire day without one crease in my eye makeup. I have gone without primer before, and I would look in the mirror after a few hours and want to scream because my eyeliner was everywhere and my eyeshadow was a hot mess. Seriously, everyone who wears eye makeup needs this product in their makeup bag because it will change the game!
This product is always in my bag, whether I'm going to the store or going for a quick pick up. It's that good. This product is definitely something to rave about. I would certainly purchase this item again. The texture and the smoothness just makes this product even more valuable. My eyeshadows haven't faded with this primer for hours! Urban Decay never failed me with it's astounding cosmetics. Give it a try.
My fav ever!!!
I love this stuff! I've been using it for almost a year and it's still going strong! I use it all over my lid, which looks great enough to use alone, but then I add 'YDK' to my outer half and in the crease. It's a perfect look and takes a fraction if the time it looks!