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12/16/16

Today's post is all about eyeshadow primer. I'm using a sample of Urban Decay's Primer Potion in Eden. 

The Bad: I haaattteeeee sample packaging in general. It's more than plenty for one use, but you can't reseal them, so it just hardens the longer it's open. I also don't like how it's a guessing game with how much is needed. A little goes a long way, but when you squeeze too much, I feel like I'm wasting it. 

The Good: Besides the packaging fail, this stuff really works. It still keeps your eyeshadow on for a very long time. I'm not too sure about keeping my shadow matte as I pack on glitter anyway, but I'm not too fussed about it. 

Overall, I wish I had a doe-foot applicator to apply it and my opinion might improve...

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