January 24, 2012

Prestige Cosmetics Primed & Ready Eye Primer Prestige Cosmetics Primed & Ready Face Primer

Prestige Cosmetics has two brand new primer solutions available.

Take a look!

Primed & Ready Face Primer is $10.49 and is a facial prep and prime to be used before makeup. And Primed & Ready Eye Primer is an eyeshadow primer for $8.49.

The prices hurt my feelings a bit!

Drugstore prices are so high lately I hesitate to label them under my “Beauty on a Budget Archive”.

I’ll have a review of the eye primer soon, I picked it up as it intrigued me the most and I still stand by my right to say that Urban Decay Primer Potion’s formula is so very changed lately so seeking the latest and greatest priming solution for my peepers!

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  • Hillary

    Oh, I thought I was the only one who noticed a formula change in the Urban Decay primer potion. I opened a new one recently and thought maybe I had gotten one that was just off. I actually dislike it so much that I considered returning it, but haven’t been able to locate the receipt. Anyway, I’m glad to know someone else noticed and I’m not going crazy.

    • the Muse

      hillary I originally noticed the change when I purchased the tube version. I got the super size version and liked the formula but was disappointed how quickly it dried out and hardened. I picked up the smaller, average version and this was too thin and slippery and finally I reverted back to the genie bottle and again, the formula seemed very off. Something changed for sure, it feels more like Too Faced Shadow Insurance lately than Primer Potion! :-/

  • Kathleen

    I hear you on prices! I noticed Revlon Super Lustrous lipsticks went from under $7 to 8.49 at my Walgreen’s and CVS. Makes B1G1 50% off less and less of a deal! 😛

    • the Muse

      i actually saw lip butters for that price Kathleen, originally they were $5.49-$5.79 and suddenly I head to CVS and I’m seeing them for $7-$8…!


  • Andrea

    Where did you see these at? I’m still on the hunt for the perfect face primer.

  • Mary the Muse Militant

    I’ll check this out when I can find a Boots that stock Prestige.
    Am using Lanacane “Anti Chafing Gel” which is recommended by many makeup artists. It is a silicone one and has the same ingredients as the Smashbox version and the other usual suspects.
    The American version is Monistat rather than Lanacane.
    Dirt cheap too.

  • Fatima

    Is this primer’s consistency like the Smashbox or is it more of a lotiony type primer .. like the Makeup Forever one? Thanks.