If I had never tried the original UDPP maybe I would love Sin PP. I use UDPP for eye shadow as well as brows, and Sin PP can't really be used for that. It's a lot thinner than the original, but that's okay. It makes shadow last pretty well for me, but the shimmer doesn't really do anything. All in all it's an interesting concept, but for the same amount of money I would rather have something that's more of a multi-tasker.
I love this color! I received a sample from Sephora, and I got about a week's worth out of it. I looooove this color! I just put a thin layer on, and it doubles as an eyeshadow base. I had no creasing with either the PP nor the eyeshadow I put on top, even at the end of the day. Then again, I don't put a lot on, but I found just a thin layer adds tons of color and ascenuates my eyeshadow color as well. I LOVE this stuff and will be buying on my next trip to Sephora!!
This stuff is amazing! I have the worst habit of rubbing my eyeshadow off at work within about 1/2 an hour and this is the only stuff I've found that seems to help it stay on. Tried Too Faced Shadow Insurance and it didn't seem to make any difference. Lovely base colour too.
Well let's just say the packaging still sucks, much like the original UDPP . . .
Needless to say I had some very high hopes for this product. Applied it looks very similar like the UD eye shadow of the same namesake, just sheerer - as you don't want a huge thick glop of this under your eye shadows.
However this isn't nearly as nice as the original Primer Potion - it's a creaser. Yes, it doesn't have the resistant everlasting powers of its predecessor - within a couple of hours - crease city all up on my eyelids - sad to say. Also it did slightly brighten up my eye shadows, but not too noticeably.
I think I'll use this product every now and then just to see if I can somehow perfect it, but it simply doesn't measure up to the original.
crease city. definitely not as good as the original. they shouldn't even call it the same product. nice color at least, makes the eyes look awake and bright.
i love this! it's not really that obvious, just sort of a pretty neutral sheen. i like to wear this with a neutral crease color and mascara when i feel like my eyes need a little something but i don't have time for full eye makeup, it's fast and convenient.
when worn under eyeshadow, it just gives them a little extra boost that the shadow doesn't have with just a regular primer. i love, love, love this stuff and i'll definitely repurchase.
i don't feel the need to take down a lippie for the packaging, everyone knows by now that the packaging is terrible.
I prefer the original and exchanged this for the original....The colar was too strong with eyeshadows it looked great with urban decay eyeshadow in sin but not with other shades
i recieved this as a sample which is the reason for a 5 for the package quality. if it where the original package, 5 would drop to a 3. most of you guys already know why. =/ i would use this as an e/s rather than a base. seeing as how it isn't that good a base. it is super frosty so a little goes a long way. if too much is applied it will crease. if not it will stay put and look super pretty. so it really depends on application. which is why i do not agree with some of the previous reviews. so use it right and this little baby just might be your fav <3
Love the original, hate this. It creases, it looks bad, and it doesn't hold the shadow like the original. Even on it's on, it's not good. You are better off with Chanel's liquid eye shadows - more power to the colour, and it works as a primer. I returned it.
This base creases! Not to mention it really overpowers anything you put over it! None of your eyeshadows will look right anymore, because this PP is super frosty. I put my favorite day e/s look over this base, and it made EVERY color look the same! you couldn't distinguish the crease from the highlight; how weird is that? I never really reach for this, and when I do, I'm sorry I did. Not my first pick at all, but it's fun to mess around with. If you want to try it, ask the ladies at Sephora to scoop you out a sample.