I feel like UDPP is too watery for my oily lids. But honestly, even if I didn't have oily lids I think I would still pull the wand outta the tube and think it was watery. Regardless, I still use it (samples that have come with palettes) but will never buy fullsize. I'm stuck on TFSI :)
I loved the original eyeshadow primer. I recently purchased "eden" version of the same primer and I hate it. With the original primer, I had almost no creasing, my makeup lasted longer. Eden is more cakey and does not prevent creasing as much as the original version.
I really love the packaging and the primer itself, but as others have pointed out, it's really easy to use TOO much. Because of it, I find I run out of it a lot faster. It's more cost-effective for me to buy a MAC paintpot (I'm not even halfway through a jar & I've been using it for over a year!), and the result is pretty much the same. MAC might even have a slight edge because it does a better job with preventing creasing.
This weekend I finally learned to do Smokey eye (Thanks Smashbox)
But now I realize I need a primer for my eye to make it stay!
I did a ton of research (possibly too much for being at work) and this seems the favorite amung popular review sites (makeupalley.com etc) ... so I bought the travel size on Ebay fr 6$ and will try it out! hope it works, have NEVER used a primer before.
i just got the original primer potion over the weekend. this is only my 2nd time using it today and it is working well for me. usually by this time in the afternoon, my eyeshadow has slid into the crease in my eyelid. so far, i am a fan!
i have to rave about this stuff again...just started using it this weekend. yesterday, went on a 20-mile bike ride right after work, so didn't have an opportunity to wash my face...when i got home, my eyeshadow (except from where i had wiped some off with my sleeve when mopping away sweat) had not creased and there was still color on my lids. usually after exercise, any eyeshadow has usually vaporized!!