By Mariella 7 years ago.
How can I have neglected to review the single most life changing cosmetic product out there? I'm much older than most here and can well remember the time before there was any such thing as an eye shadow primer. About the only thing out there that lasted the way UDPP does was an "automatic eyeshadow" from Estee Lauder but all of those were tinted. They came in a tube with a doe foot type applicator, much like Nars Radiant Creamy Concealer or Nars Eyeshadow Base but they were coloured and frosty. I recall having a lovely purple one, a peachy one and a taupey brown one. Other than that, any powder eyeshadow I wore creased. It didn't matter what I used or what I did - after a few hours, it would all end up as a gross line in my crease. So for years, I rarely wore eyeshadow. Then, in the 90's some time (or perhaps a bit later), UDPP (the original) found its way into my life and it's been full speed ahead since then. I apply the tiniest amount of this onto my lids in the early morning and my eyeshadows are still fresh and uncreased when I remove my makeup at night. Many similar products are available to us all in the marketplace now, in all different price ranges and formulas and how lucky we are because UDPP and products like it have made wearing eyeshadow a pleasure. I also have this in Eden (great to use on its own or to mask red or bluish lids) and in Sin (ditto on wearing on its own and also to give MAC's Tempting and other Lustre shadows a bit of the boost they need.