Unbelievably, I’ve never actually used UD Primer Potion before, but my recent passion for dark eye shadows has made investigate primers that keep that navy shimmer from disappearing thoughout the day or creasing into ugly lines. I tried Estee Lauder Double Wear primer and it works for an evening, but not from 9-5. I like the creamy texture of it and the fact it is a similar shade to a concealer so very unobtrusive, but disappointed with the longevity. So, by chance I was sent UD Primer Potion and this morning felt the need to wear a really dark khaki green on my eyes. Its a match made in heaven! That shadow did not budge an inch from 7.30am to 7.30pm when I took it off. The latest UD Primer to market is in their best selling shade Sin, a golden champagne shade, so you can wear it alone as an eye shadow. Although it isn’t supposed to show through at all, I did detect that the green was a smidge lighter – but frankly, who cares. This does what it says on the tin and at £11.50 is worth every single darn penny. Big, big like. Due out in March.

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