Some of the best selling items from the B. range are its primers, so that tells you a lot before I’ve even started. I pretty much always use an eye-primer (and rarely a face primer) so I’ve been looking forward to testing B. Fixed Long-wear Eyeshadow Primer.
As you can see in the picture, B. Fixed Long-wear Eyeshadow Primer has a kind of moussy quality; it feels very smooth with a little bit of a silicone edge to it. The colour only shows very slightly on the lid – which is as you’d want it so it doesn’t interfere with your eyeshadow, but does give a smooth and even-toned base on which to apply.
Having tried this out, I can tell you that you need only the tiniest amount – I can’t even imagine how long the tube will last – dab onto your finger what you think you need and then halve it! It instantly smooths the lids, which then helped the shadow I used over it to go on more evenly. If you’re someone that ‘loses’ their eye make-up during the course of the day, then you need B. Fixed Long-wear Eyeshadow Primer!
The one caution that I’d have is that if you have very oily lids, it may not be quite right for you – it does have quite a bit of slip to the formula and you may need a drier consistency if that’s the case. It’s a bit of a snip at £8.99 for a tube that will last and last, and all B. products are cruelty free and suitable for vegans and vegetarians.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
You’ll find B. Fixed Long-wear Eyeshadow Primer in Superdrug stores from October 22nd. Hurry this one up, please Superdrug!
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