Wanted! Urban Decay Eyeshadow Primer Potion Professional Size

Urban Decay Primer Potion will always hold a special place in my heart. It was the first eyeshadow primer I ever tried and I instantly fell in love. Eyeshadows that the day before were sheer, creased and faded now finally stay put all day and their color payoff was improved too. This baby just works.

Over the years I strayed and tried other primers because Urban Decay products are hard to get hold of here in Italy and the UDPP bottle, albeit very pretty, wasn’t practical and, as any beauty junkie would know, lots of product remained trapped inside and was very hard to get it out. And it wasn’t the most hygienic packaging either.

Well, it looks like the people at UD have finally listened to our prayers because they have just released Eyeshadow Primer Potion Professional Size! Now we won’t have to risk cutting a finger or two to get all the product out, plus the tip applicator ensures that the product won’t get contaminated with bacteria.

But that’s not all! Urban Decay Eyeshadow Primer Potion Professional Size contains 25 ml more than the original size! Of course, that means it is a bit more expensive ($29.00), but I don’t mind paying more in this case. I know the primer works wonders, the packaging is finally hygienic and avoids waste and you actually get more product.

The only downside is that at the moment it is listed as Limited Edition on Sephora. Let’s hope UD decides to make in permanent but in the meantime, go get yours while you can!

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  1. I’m so glad they finally decided to change the packaging! It was long overdue, but now at least we can get it in a much better shape. I’m still halfway through my tube of TFSI though, so I won’t be picking this up yet. I hope they add it to their permanent line
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    • Makeup Morsels, I agree. It about time they changed the packaging. I hope it will become permanent as well as I’m sure people much prefer this kind of packaging to the genie bottle. That may be prettier but it’s so unpractical!

    • Stavroula, that’s a shame but considering it’s a cream product, which is more likely to harbour bacteria than a powder one, used on the eyes it doesn’t surprise me too much. I guess for people that wear eye makeup everyday or MUAs, it’s still worth getting though as they’ll get to use it a lot, maybe even finish it before it expires. :)

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