Mally Evercolor Eyeshadow Extender Primer had me quite curious when I saw it pop up on QVC recently. I sound like a broken record but I’ve been trying to find a shadow primer as good as my beloved Urban Decay Primer Potion which isn’t as great as it once was. The formula changed dramatically since they introduced the tube packaging and I haven’t been able to get the greatest hold ever after that.
Recently Make Up For Ever Eye Primer crossed my path and I’m loving it but I’m always up for something new and exciting which is why I decided I’d give Evercolor Eyeshadow Extender a try. What could it hurt?
Well, it changed my life. Like blew my mind.
You NEED it.
I was vaguely curious about the new Lavshuca Pure Blossoming Eyes Limited Edition Set released for Summer 2012 in Japan.
Lavshuca favors these little sets lately and hasn’t really updated with a major release in a while. I haven’t been following the brand lately since they release so many repetitive shades just in a new stylish way. It’s easy enough to get excited about a new design and packaging but sometimes I have to remind myself that the shades aren’t unique at all.
The Pure Blossoming Eyes Set is an example of repetitive shades however it did contain Clear Stay Eye Base which intrigued me so I ended up heading in for a purchase.
Here’s some thoughts!
Sorry Urban Decay, Make Up For Ever Eye Prime is my bestest primer friend.
Finally, I’ve found a new eyeshadow primer.
Japanese brand KATE, has released two new Eyeshadow Base Primers for Summer 2012. These little pots come in two finishes for around $10 each (within Japan).
Being on the hunt for a new eyeshadow primer I decided to give both a whirl!
Tarte Clean Slate 360 Creaseless 12 Hour Smoothing Eye Primer say that three times fast. That’s some long name there! Phew. My fingers hurt from typing it out.
The joy in the new Tarte Clean Slate 360 Creaseless 12 Hour Smoothing Eye Primer is the fact it acts to hold shadows in place as well as prepping under your eyes for concealer.
Does it work?
Check it out.