Move over UDPP. I found an eye primer that I like much better!
See, the problem I had with the Urban Decay Primer Potion was that it can get tacky and difficult to blend at times. That is not the case with Proof 10 Eye Primer from Etude House.
Proof 10 is a nude-colored base which dries to a matte finish. It's very smooth and retains this quality even when applied to the eyelid. I've tried this with both cream and powder eyeshadow with beautiful results. No creasing the entire day!
It comes with a doe foot applicator but I still like to use my ring finger to spread the product across my lids. Although it costs considerably less than UDPP, it also contains less product.
Bottomline, this is a great product. I am very pleased with the way it performs and I told some of my MUA friends about it because it's just that good.
On to a different topic...
I haven't been able to post as much this month because a lot of things have been going on. The past two weeks I've been going to the hospital four times a week for check-ups and physical therapy sessions.
On days when I'm not at the hospital, I have to take the cats to the vet. Magic had surgery last month and her immune system is weaker because of her age (she's about 15 years old).
We also rescued a baby cat who has some form of protozoan infection. We need to make sure she's fully recovered before she goes to her forever home.
Here's a picture of our little darling. It was taken the morning after we found her. She's been with us for about a month. She's much bigger now, loves to play with her toys and climbs like a monkey. If only we didn't have so many cats, we would have kept her. Still, I know she's going to a good home and that makes me happy.
I hope she recovers soon so she can start playing with the other cats and so she can move in with her human mommy.