This review is for the packaging ONLY. I believe that I received a bad tube because ABSOLUTELY NO PRODUCT COMES OUT! I've tried "heating" it by putting it between my palms, rolling it, squeezing it so that the product is more evenly distributed and nothing has worked. I have to practically jump on it with my foot to get even the tiniest amount out. Waste of money! I've used UDPP for at least 3 years now and I've never had any trouble with the vintage potion bottle packaging nor the small travel size squeeze tubes. This was a bust!
This is the superbowl of eye primers. My friend who is a MUA gave this to me. I used to use MAC's painterly. No more! This is great. Just let it dry for a 1-2 min before shadow application. Genius.
I have to say this stuff is amazing, it goes on silky and my eyeshadow stays put! I was running low on my normal one and needed something new since my eyeshadow was creasing by the end of the day... off to Sephora I went to get my free sample of this stuff :D.. Here I am almost ending my day and my eye shadow is still popping with color! Definitely gonna go buy some
I don't know where all of these bad reviews are coming from! I first had the potion tube, then bought this pro size from Sephora online for $20 ($10 off.) I love the tube! I use mine every single time I put makeup on, which isn't everyday anymore because I go to online school, and mine hasn't dried out! Will keep repurchasing no matter what the price! UDPP is my HG! Will not apply eye makeup without it!
This is a must have. Amazing product. I have the original and it is beautiful. Even my cheap, drugstore shadows looks gorgeous with this primer. No clomping in the crease, makes shadow last longer. It creates the perfect canvas for your shadow! The tube is great. You can squeeze out little bits at a time, and you don't need much. It is pricey but its worth. This product has a permanent place in my make up bag and I will be purchasing the other colors :)
The only good thing about this is the cute packaging. Other than that, it does nothing for me. I was looking for a primer that would keep my eye shadow set for at least my 8 hrs of work. Nope didn't do anything. I think I paid twenty dollars, wouldn't even pay five if I knew how much it was going to such (for me at least).
This stuff is an absolute godsend. My lids are slightly oily and so my eyeshadow (it doesn't matter if it's powder or even a long lasting formula) always creases after a few hours. Since i have been using this i have had no creases!!!!! Fantastic. You only need a tiny bit so the tube will last for ages - esp for me since i only use eyeshadow about once ot twice a week!!! Thank you Urban Decay for this little life saver
The best primer ever! I've been using this stuff for years and the professional size is the way to go. My shadow always looks freshly done, even 12 hours into my day. I have tried other eye primers through the years but I always come back to UDPP. It is an absolute necessity in my makeup kit.
I'd read all the hype so purchased this primer potion as I spend so much time looking for eyeshadow that lasts. Ive probably spent a fortune in the process. So I've found out for myself this is amazing. I am genuinely surprised at how it does what it claims since so many products don't. I apply the cream, then on with the eyeshadow usually by about 3 hours my eyeshadow has worn off, not anymore! I am so thrilled to keep checking throughout the day and finding my eyeshadow still freshly intact. Although this is pricey it's well worth it if you want your eyeshadow to stay looking good all day without boring touch ups.
Simple concept - develop a base that holds an eyeshadow in place, right?
Well, I've yet to find my HG eye primer but this comes very close.
Pros: A very little spreads very nicely acrxoss both eyes. It actually works, keeping my eyeshadow in place for hours, even on hot days. It's clear on the skin. So far, every eyeshadow I own spreads more evenly on this primer than without it. Colors are closer to pan using this primer.
Cons: It seems to accentuate fine lines. Maybe it's just me. It is ever so subtle but there. In addition, it makes my eyes look drier altogether. Again, it's very subtle, but there.