To say that Urban Decay’s Eyeshadow Primer Potion is the stuff legends are made of is an understatement. In the cosmetics world, the original Eyeshadow Primer Potion has a cult following. And now, Urban Decay has made it better by adding anti-aging benefits. Read on for more…
I say it often—I’m a real believer in the use of a primer. I try them all and some are better than others. So when I heard that Urban Decay had improved upon the Eyeshadow Primer Potion, all I could think of was “how”?! What Urban Decay has done is brilliant–they’ve added anti-aging ingredients to the formula. This made me sit up, because one of the reasons I use an eye primer to smooth skin, improve crepiness, and even out skin tone.
The Eyeshadow Primer Potion Anti-Aging formula does all that and more! With continued use, there is improvement in radiance and clarity, improvement in fine lines and wrinkles and brighter skin. The Anti-Aging formula helps to wake up tired looking eyes, create a “soft-focus” effect and generally just make everything look better. The formula includes Dermaxyl for line smoothing and other ingredients for hydrating and firming.
I’ve been using the new Eyeshadow Primer Potion Anti-Aging formula for the past 3 weeks and to be honest, it’s the only eye primer I’ve been reaching for. That says a lot, when you consider I probably have at least 10 different eye primers to pick from! I find this to be a creamy formula (same color as the original) that really locks in my makeup. What I appreciate is that it does seem to help with crepiness and giving my eyelid a smoother appearance. It definitely helps makeup stay on a full day. I’m very pleased with the formula and would rebuy.
The Urban Decay Eyeshadow Primer Potion Anti-Aging eyeshadow base ($24) is available at Sephora, ULTA, plus beauty.com and urbandecay.com. Are you a fan of the original Eyeshadow Primer Potion? You’ll love this new one!
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