Shadow Lock Eyelid Primer

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Shadow Lock Eyelid Primer is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 312.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice Base for Eyes This is a pretty nice eyeshadow base. It smoothes out nicely on the eyelid without feeling too greasy. Eyeshadows blend well on top without having to set the primer with powder. It does not seem to do much for the longevity of the eyeshadows, but it does enhance the colors a bit more than on bare skin alone.
Date published: 2018-07-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Way better formula , lasts and holds Yeeeears ago I used the original primer when they only had sheer. And had noticed a decline in quality. I recently passed an ELF store in my mall and an employee recommended this to me in tan. I was definitely skeptical but if you are tan too deep it really does cancel out imperfections in the lids and the way it dries it's not sticky or slippery it's velvety with a grip it really HOLDS on to the eyeshadow. This has not regained it's spot back on my HG LIST. for reference I'm an NC44/45 IN MAC foundation
Date published: 2018-07-06
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not good for my oily lids I have what I would call pretty oily lids that tend to crease and it stays on for a bit but after a few hours it's like POOF all of it has creased. Price wise, worth it. If you have dry lids, probably more worth it. But for oily lids, no ma'am.
Date published: 2018-06-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Disappointed Hardly any product in package and the wand was very stiff, very disappointing and very greasy to
Date published: 2018-06-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Rate is for the OG primer! Tan review included. I have always bought the original sheer eye primer, that's a for sure 5 stars, A+++++++. My absolute favorite primer. I wanted to try the tan one to see how it would work, and it didn't hold up like the original. It didn't hold up as long or as well, definitely a slightly different formula.
Date published: 2018-06-09
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Ok I got the color pearl and it makes my eyeshadow more pail. Also it have glitter in it so it’s not good for a mate look but it’s amazing for a glittery or a metallic look. Really greasy, I blend it with a brush so it isn’t so thick. But it makes my eyeshadow STICK like it really does an amazing job on that. And its only $2!
Date published: 2018-06-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from One of my FAVORITE products of all time I absolutely cannot live without this eyelid primer. I wear black eyeliner everyday and i have hooded lids, so I have always struggled with the eyeliner transferring to my top lid. This product keeps everything where it should with no creasing or transferring. LOVE IT! I do wish the tube was bigger, but you can't beat this value. MUST HAVE!
Date published: 2018-05-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not good I've been using this primer for a month now and I don't notice a difference between when I use it or not. Either way, my shadow doesn't hold very long and fades quickly which leads me to believe that this primer is a dud. I have ordered another type from Elf and we will see what that brings!
Date published: 2018-05-24
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what is the purpose of the difference in the colors?

Asked by: YAMAKEUPGURL
I'm assuming the different shades are meant for different skin tones. Sheer, tan, and cocoa are probably for light, medium, and darker skin tones and meant to be used as a primer base that would match the skin, probably good for lighter more natural eyeshadows and the pearl which is white would help to make other more unnatural colors pop but pearl could also be used for all colors of course. But some people may want to use a primer that matches their skin
Answered by: UnnaturalBeauty
Date published: 2018-05-30

which one of these primers does not have glitter?

Asked by: crystalag
sheer doesn't in my experience, but i can't speak for the others as i've never used them.
Answered by: Amy Lou
Date published: 2018-05-30

Do any of the shads tint your eyelid?

Asked by: helen366
I've only used the sheer one and it won't interfere with any shadow if you give it some seconds to dry
Answered by: Laurita
Date published: 2018-05-30

I don't know whether i should get sheer or pearl, which one works best for pale skin?

Asked by: Freya G
I've only tried the sheer in this product. Personal I think it still had some creaseing to it. I'm also very pale but could almost use it for eye concelor. My thing is it still had a crease. Also I think all the eyeshadow faded just as fast as before almost .but I've only tried sheer .i love elf products and services and use lots of them I believe in a true review.
Answered by: Teri 769
Date published: 2018-02-10

Is this primer goes on matte or shimmery? I read some reviews that says glittery, so I want to ask people who has used it before: does it look glittery after it is dried?

Asked by: cathy45
Not the sheer from a true elf user and a honest answer.
Answered by: Teri 769
Date published: 2018-02-04

Does this primer hide creepiness in eyes over 60?

Asked by: Beeb
Truthful no I have used the sheer which is a light color I'm very pale and light in color and could almost use it as an eye concealer. I don't know about other colors but have read in reviews that all but sheer have some irrderference in them also I really like most of the elf products Ive tried but this also left some crease for me. After a while.
Answered by: Teri 769
Date published: 2018-01-09

what happened to the champagne color??? shadow lock eyelid primer. it was my favorite and the best color!!! i have very oily skin and this is the only primer that works!! Can I still get it???

Asked by: poppypete
it has been discontinued
Answered by: kailee999
Date published: 2018-01-09

I'm confused, in description area it says to apply to fingertip, yet there's an applicator. Do u put it on your finger from applicator vs dabbing some on finger from bottle? I'd think if using applicator, the bottle would eventually get "germy" inside

Asked by: Rumeur
Apply with applicator attached to product then blend in with fingers once on eyelid.
Answered by: DINA513
Date published: 2018-05-30
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