Urban Decay Original Primer Potion | Review

Today’s post is all about the well-known and well-loved Urban Decay Eye Shadow Primer Potion. Priming my lids is a must for me as I have super oily eyelids. Sometimes I use the Primer Potion by itself or underneath MAC’s Pro Longwear Paint Pot in Painterly, for extra staying power.

Urban Decay’s Primer Potion comes in four formulas, Original, Eden, Anti-Ageing and Sin. The Original version is the one that I will be reviewing but I will briefly describe the differences. Eden is a matte-almost-yellow-toned primer which is great for cancelling purple on the lids. Anti-Ageing does what it says on the tin – it helps fight ageing on the eyelids, it is a similar consistency to the orginal version. Sin is a purple-toned metallic potion which will help shades appear more metallic.

The Original Primer Potion is a skin-shade that almost appears translucent when pressed onto the eyelid. It sets down to a tacky finish and I find putting face powder over the top so I can blend my eye shadows evenly.

Primer Potion is great at helping eye shadow stick around all day and it prevents shadow from creasing.

I can’t fault this product in any way and I will definitely repurchase it. I am interesting in trying the Nars Pro Prime Smudge Proof Eye Shadow Base though, but then again, I am a make-up addict!

Have you tried Primer Potion? Which one is your favourite?

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