As a long time fan and religious user of UDPP (Urban Decay Primer Potion) it’s a little difficult to convince me ANYTHING on the market is better. But I still wanted to indulge in NARS Smudge Proof Eyeshadow Base for the sake of reviewing it here and just out of curiosity if it was any good….
So you’re bummed out because Urban Decay Eden didn’t work for you? When a few of you wrote to me saying, “Muse, I loved Eden but it didn’t work well with my skin tone…” I was kinda shocked. I felt like Eden was sort of a universal shade but I guess not. Goes to show you I don’t know everything and to think I thought I KNEW it all, kiddin’, kiddin’.
If Eden wasn’t working for you, you might wanna try out the Kat Von D High Voltage Eye Primer. The shade feels pretty universal to me although it is pretty light but this isn’t a bad thing as it manages to brighten up your lid and conceal redness, dullness, etc….
Check it after the jump!
I’m a die hard Urban Decay Primer Potion fan so every time I try a new primer I’m pretty damn critical of it and I’m left nitpicking it apart and comparing it to my beloved UDPP.
I recently purchased Pop Beauty Eye Magnet Primer on a whim even though I KNEW I’d never give up on my Primer Potion but hey variety is the spice of life right? Might as well try something new once and a while.
Was it good?
Find out after the jump!
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Ahhh shadow base. Most important part of my regime me thinks. I actually use two bases one to brighten and prep my lid and one to hold my shadow in place, that’s how I roll, hardcore like that, makes me sound cool right?
So yeah, I def use two bases in the morning. I use Benefit Lemon Aid to prep and brighten up and I use Urban Decay Primer Potion to get my shadow to last all day but I’m up for trying new stuff. Bring it baby!
Sally Hansen Fast Fix Eye Shadow Base is the latest to hit my tester pile.
Jump it for the deets!