Urban Decay Original Eyeshadow Primer Potion - Review
Urban Decay Original Eyeshadow Primer Potion is coveted by makeup artists and makeup junkies alike. This revolutionary eye primer Elixir preps the eye for smoother, more vibrant, crease-free shadow and all-day wear. Eye shadow primers are essential when it comes to applying eye shadow. It provides a smooth surface for application and a long lasting base to stop the shadow from slipping.
Urban Decay Original Eyeshadow Primer Potion combines a space-age polymer technology with a creamy, weightless texture.
Urban Decay Original Eyeshadow Primer Potion was near invisible on an application. The formula is designed to neutralize redness, fill in imperfections on the skin and create a flawless, even canvas for eyeshadow to adhere to. I have used colored eye shadow bases in the past, and I have to think about what colours of eye shadow I am going to use before application. Being invisible meant it was one less thing to worry about it would go with anything. It comes out with a tint but applies clear.
Urban Decay has a range from primers no matter what you need. From Anit-Ageing to a selection of colors. There is an Urban Decay Eyeshadow Primer Potion to meet your needs.
Regarding application, my first time was using my fingers, and I found Urban Decay Original Eyeshadow Primer Potion rough to apply. It improved significantly with the utilization of a brush. Letting it sit on the back of my hand for a period also helped the product spread smoothly.
On my eyes, without shadow, it felt very light and smooth. Most importantly it made my shadows last.
The packaging was interesting, It was a tube which made for easy use, and it ensured that I got every single last drop, unlike the pump containers which take up space in the bathroom.
It has a retail cost at $36 NZD but this product will last the distance, and you should get 2- 3 months per tube so worth every penny.
Overall I liked Urban Decay Original Eyeshadow Primer Potion. It was no fuss and did what it said. The packaging was easy to use.