Are you looking for your eyes to sparkle all day long, then eyeshadow primers are what you need in your beauty bag!
1. Urban Decay Eyeshadow Primer Potion
a. An extremely lightweight potion that can be spread uniformly and dries with a powder-finish.
b. It is not sticky and thus easily holds the makeup on the lids. The shadow stays in place throughout the day without creasing.
2. CoverGirl Lid Lock Up Eyeshadow Primer
a. This Lock-Up is true to its name, free of phthalate, parabens and aluminium.
b. The shades leave your eyes bold and bright.
3. Nars Pro-Prime Smudge Proof Eyeshadow Base
a. This primer dries quickly and is like a smooth base, thus leaving your eyes enhanced and makeup intensified.
b. The mix of polymer and mineral-powder prevents the primer from smudging or creasing.
4. Smashbox 24-Hour Photo Finish Shadow Primer
a. A tested and proven primer for its testing ability, this eyeshadow primer stays as it is for 24-hours, preventing your eyes from humidity and sweat.
b. It does not stick around, leaving your eye-makeup stable for all day long.
5. Laura Mercier Eye Basics Primer for Eyelid & Eyeshadow
a. This is a peculiar primer that you can keep even without applying eyeshadows.
b. This formula also covers the blemishes, redness and dullness on the lids, leaving them even.
6. bareMinerals Prime Time Eyelid Primer
a. A lightweight primer that is sheer and lasts 24-hours.
b. Your eyelids will leave your eyes free of oil. The makeup on this canvas will be bright and enhanced.
7. Too Faced Shadow Insurance Eyeshadow Primer
a. Primer that will leave your eyes ready for glitter and shimmer eyeshadows. It will keep your eyeshadow in place for 24-hours.
b. The glitter eyeshadow makeup that will make your eye makeup stable, attentive and free of creases.
Apart from these, the last in our suggested list is MAC Cosmetics Pro Longwear Paint Pot. It is a nicely advertised eyeshadow that can also be used as a smooth base to your eye makeup. Its velvety formula is best for keeping the layers of eye-makeup as it is.
What are some of your choices in eyeshadow primers?