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<TR><TD class=tt11 vAlign=top colSpan=3>Too many things in life are fleeting, especially in this age of disposable everything: Income, clothing, celebrities, significant others, you name it. It's about time something lasted more than half a nanosecond, especially when it's your eyeshadow. Whether it creases, cakes, or just mysteriously disappears into thin air, the odds are your shadow doesn't make it past dusk. To the rescue: Eyeshadow primer. A perennial secret of makeup artists that's finally seeping into the mainstream, primers go on underneath shadow to prevent the skin's natural oils from turning your lids into a shadow slip'n slide, while keeping the color from creasing in the process. Added Bonus: "Primers prevent shadow shade changes, so your color stays true all day," says Sandy Hawes, director of sales and marketing for Amazing Cosmetics. Now if only they had primers for boyfriends.</TD></TR><TR><TD>
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</TD><TD class=tt11 vAlign=top>Urban Decay Primer Potion, $14

This ultra sheer, nude colored base disappears instantly into the skin, providing the perfect canvas for shadow application. The easy-to-use wand makes application a breeze.

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</TD></TR><TR><TD></TD><TD>http://a1377.g.akamai.net/7/1377/5720/20030812002803/www.sephora.com/assets/global/p.gif</TD><TD class=tt11 vAlign=top>Smashbox Lid & Lip Primer, $22

This double-ended wand prevents shadow from premature fading, bleeding, and creasing. Turn it right around and do the same thing for your lipstick.

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This yellow-tone cream instantly enlarges your eyes by disguising redness and tiny veins on your eyelids. Use alone or under shadow for smooth operating all day long.

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Perfect for sensitive eyelids, this soothing duo contains essential oils and vitamins to moisturize while it keeps shadow in place. First base has an opalescent sheen for added glow, while Second Base is colorless for wearing underneath shadows.

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Even out your lids with this creamy, moisturizing base. It smoothes and neutralizes the lid so color stays true and stays put.

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This antioxidant-packed cream to powder formula glides on effortlessly, evening out skin tone while providing the perfect base for color application. It's also infused with sunscreen to protect lids in the process.

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Wow thanks for that interesting post.The picture is nice too as it shows another make up look (something ime alway's interested in). I have Gale Hayman's eyeshdow primer.I also have Models Prefer eye and lip primer.They are great products!

 
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I heard that UD's primer is really good but haven't tried it. Have you tried Benefit's Lemon aid?

Originally Posted by SalsaBelle1983 I love UD's Primer Potion, its my HG e/s base!! I used to use MAC Paints, and whilst they do the job, I found they were really drying my eyelids out!
 

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I'd recommend Benefit's FY.. EYE for oily lids and Lemon Aid for normal to dry lids. FY EYE has a powdery feeling to it and lemon aid is more of a concealer that turns into a slightly powdery substance.

 
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Thank you Scarlette!
I didn't know about the FY Eye and it sounds more like the one I should try.

Originally Posted by Scarlette I'd recommend Benefit's FY.. EYE for oily lids and Lemon Aid for normal to dry lids. FY EYE has a powdery feeling to it and lemon aid is more of a concealer that turns into a slightly powdery substance.
 

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