Favorite Eye shadow Primer

grimgirl

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i love stillife paint
 

ikana

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I use art deco eyeshadow base and it`s fantastic, I could sleep all night and wake up with perfect eyeshadow, and all the colors look more vibrant with this base.
Only problem is that it dries out before I reach the half of the jar
 

vintagegold14

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Quote:
Originally Posted by ikana
I use art deco eyeshadow base and it`s fantastic, I could sleep all night and wake up with perfect eyeshadow, and all the colors look more vibrant with this base.
Only problem is that it dries out before I reach the half of the jar


just wondering, Where can you purchase art deco base??? I'm from the U.S.
 

RedRibbon

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I depotted my UDPP and it dried out. I started using it again the other day and it's gone back to its original form, yay!
 

Nadeshda

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Quote:
Originally Posted by vintagegold14
just wondering, Where can you purchase art deco base??? I'm from the U.S.

Either have someone buy it for you from Europe or you can buy it from HSN.com. However, the eyeshadow base is a rip-off there! They sell it for $20, when here it only costs 8€ (~$11) or so.
 

Ode to Joy

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I think the Artdeco base which comes in a pot costs around 6.80 € here ~ 10 $. I have it and it's not my fav, I prefer TFSI.
 

Aphrael

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I have both UDPP and TFSI and I much prefer TFSI! However, you girls have me interested now in ArtDeco...
 

LMD84

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i'm a udpp girl. love it and really notice a difference when i don't use it! i always use udpp and then a paint or paint pot
makes the colours even more vibrant and gives some with rubbish payoff a better chance of looking decent - i'm looking at you newly minted!
 

Disneytwinmom

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I primarily use TooFaced Shadow Insurance, but I've been mixing in a little of their LOCKDOWN's when I want a little color and shimmer.
 

jazmatazz

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UDPP is amazing, my eyeshadow doesn't budge all day with that stuff. I am very unhappy with the packaging because it doesn't let you get all the product out. So I guess people cut it open to get it all out, but IMO for that price I shouldn't have to perform surgery on my eyeshadow primer, lol.

Next time, I'm going to give too faced shadow insurance, since their packaging is better.
 

Kragey

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I've used tons--UDPP, TF Shadow Insurance, MAC Prep+Prime (ugh, terrible!), and several off-brand primers (ups and downs with those--but honestly, my go-to is still a little bit of my foundation, blended from lashline to browbone. Granted, I don't have oily eyelids, but a little L'oreal True Match foundation makes my shadow stay for a loooooong time!
 

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