Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Product Review: Etude House Proof 10 Eye Primer

If you are my regular readers you would have known by now that I have super oily eye lid. I cannot stress this enough but on a brighter side, oily lid delays the onset of fine lines and wrinkles and this is true for me.

I bought this Etude House Proof 10 Eye Primer after reading postive reviews from fellow bloggers overseas and decided to give this product a try. I am glad to report to you that this primer works for super oily lid. 
I must admit that before joining the blog world, I have the slightest clue on the existance of such a thing called Eye Primer. During the "dark" ages, I had trouble keeping my eye shadow in tact past lunch time. So, I decided not to use eye shadow even though I have quite a collection at that time. After discovering the magical Urban Decay Eye Primer Potion (UDPP) through blogging, I enjoy putting eye makeup as my effort can last for the whole day, even through the late evenings.



the applicator is soft and easy to use

After more than 10 hrs my eye shadow is still intact
Like
1. It holds my eye makeup for more than 10 hrs! Even after my exercise, my eye shadow is still intact
2. It is comparable with UDPP but it is way much cheaper - less than RM30 (price as at 2011).
3. Its packaging is transparent so I can see whether the product is finishing
4. The texture is less concentrated compared to UDPP but it spreads easily and will disappear into your skin

Dislike
None at the moment

My Rating
4.5/5

How to apply Eye Primer (Sequence of application)
1. As I have very oily lid, I do not use any eye gel for my upper lid. I straight away dab some primer on my lid and use my ring finger to gently spread the product paying special attention to the inner crease area.
2. I would dust some loose powder over the lid area 
3. Next I would apply eye shadow

If you are looking for a durable eye primer that won't burn a hole in your pocket, Etude House Proof 10 Eye Primer is the answer.

Well, I need to get a replacement soon.
Have you tried this product before? Is it a Yay or a Nay?

Pls click here to read my UDPP review, in case you are interested.

Take care and see u again!
Lavender♥

8 comments:

Askmewhats said...

I like this! it may not be UDPP but it still works in minimizing oilies :D thanks for sharing your thoughts especially from someone with SUPER oily lids :D

lavender said...

Hi Nikki
U r welcome!

Sue said...

i love this item too. works well and doesnt burn a hole in ma pocket =D

lavender said...

Hi Sue

yes u r right!

milktea said...

I've heard about this and I've got oily eyelids too. I am going to try this out. It's affordable and available in Malaysia. Happy! :)

lavender said...

hi milktea

thanks for visiting and commenting.
yes, do try it out , u will like it.

wifluvelle said...

thanks! i was just looking for a new eye primer as my old kanebo eye primer ran out!

xoxo elle

lavender said...

Elle
U can try this, it's good for oily lid

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