Milani Eyeshadow Primer Review & Swatches
Milani has a new Eyeshadow Primer on the loose for Spring kids and I’m thinking you need yourself some of this action! At $6.49 for a 0.30 oz tube this is a deal and a half.
Beauty budget fans take a peek!
I’m been between primers since losing my beloved Urban Decay Primer Potion formula. It changed, sorry, it did. It’s no longer the same primer I fell in love with.
So I’ve explored my options and found some other great primers to love but I haven’t been as committed to those primers as I was to UDPP even if they are good.
That’s why I cheated on ‘em with the newly launched Milani Eyeshadow Primer. It’s the cats pajamas (P.S. What the hell does that even mean? I ever put my cat in PJs she’s claw me an inch from my bloody life!).
The thing I do like about this is unlike other primers it promises and delivers on intensifying my shadows. Drab to fab here for shades that look great already but maybe need a little boast! Seems like it adds that boast and creates a really vibrant overall look when used under eyeshadow.
The texture resembles the newer tubed UDPP with a thicker, creamy formula. It has a nude, transparent finish and blends easily onto my lids. No issues with that evil separation issue that Too Faced’s Shadow Insurance has. The texture is thicker and less thin than the newly launched Wet n Wild Eyeshadow Primer.
It offers a very solid wear. I wore it under both loose and solid shadows and cream and had excellent crease-free wear for up to 10 hours. I worked out for 90 minutes on my treadmill with it and my shadow remained crease-free. Not a hiccup through sweat. Color kinda faded and lost intensity hour six but my shadow remained crease-free on my drier eyes without any issues.
Overall, an excellent shadow primer that not only keeps shadows locked in place but also intensifies colors for a vibrant finish.
Great budget pick for priming!
It’s launched online at www.milanicosmetics.com
This review contains a sample
product sent for consideration by PR.
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