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Urban Decay Eyeshadow Primer Potion Eye Primer Review

Urban Decay Eyeshadow Primer Potion Eye Primer Review
Product Description
Beauty lovers are constantly journeying to find the products that do the most good for them, hence the coinage of the term “holy grail.” Once in a while, some holy grails work only under very specific conditions—fortunately, the Urban Decay Eyeshadow Primer Potion doesn’t join that group of products. In the case of this product, it’s a holy grail because it is truly, truly powerful. This eye primer does the vital work of making all kinds of eyeshadows look as good on the eyes as they do on the pan by drying down the lids, and intensifying the color payoff of the shadows themselves. Throughout the day, there will be a very noticeable (positive) difference in the intensity of the eyeshadow color, as well as the overall wear time. The Eyeshadow Primer Potion’s largest drawback by far is packaging that makes it difficult to use all the product provided, but even that doesn’t dampen the sheer power of this amazing eye primer.
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Positives:
Helps dry down oily eyelids
Slight tackiness for helping eye makeup stick
Intensifies eyeshadow pigments
Extends eyeshadow wear time
Negatives:
Packaging wastes a lot of product
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Everyone has “holy grails” that they absolutely swear by in any situation, but sometimes, those same products can be deemed duds by other people. In the case of Urban Decay‘s Eyeshadow Primer Potion, it’s a holy grail that’s pretty much universally loved because of it truly is a powerhouse product. Beauty enthusiasts and professionals alike have sworn by it for good reason, so this might be your chance to join them in celebrating this amazing product.

SUITABLE FOR: All skin types, but especially for those with oily eyelids.

Other Information:

  • The Urban Decay Eyeshadow Primer Potion now comes in a variety of shades to better suit different skintones. Besides the Original, there’s Caffeine, Freebase, Minor Sin, and Sin.
  • Tip: To get around the packaging’s dispensation issues, once it seems like there’s no more product in the tank, take a pair of needle-nose pliers to the white ring around the opening, and remove it.

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