Added by on September 12, 2014

A comparison/review of 11 drugstore eyeshadow primers with recommendations for different skin types. Please Subscribe + Like + Share. Expand for more info & …

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*

28 Comments

  • Yaravit Trujillo 3 years ago

    I’m so glad I found your channel!!!! 

  • 876beauty 3 years ago

    For reference, you should have used the eyeshadow with no primer at all.

  • badassbiggirl 3 years ago

    Thank you so much for taking the time out to do this. I have oily eyelids
    and deal with ceasing a lot. This really helps. New subbie

  • McKenna Schaaf 3 years ago

    Where is your white chest from??

  • 876beauty 3 years ago

    Hope you don’t think I’m weird but I luv your voice !!

  • badassbiggirl 3 years ago

    Thank you so much for taking the time out to do this. I have oily eyelids
    and deal with ceasing a lot. This really helps. New subbie

  • Emma Libby 3 years ago

    I love that rimmel eyeshadow primer. Hey I guess that everyone is
    different.

  • Akaizeky 3 years ago

    I don’t know if its just because I’ve had mine for a LONG while but the Wet
    and Wild one is so sticky I can’t properly blend eye shadows without it
    dragging

  • Kittycat3109 3 years ago

    Where did you get the NYX primer ?? I cannot find it at Walmart or
    Walgreens ..?

  • Le Marie 3 years ago

    Omgggg I looooove that wet-n-wild pallet! I’m doing two video tutorials
    using it! The shadows are amazing! 

  • Nicole Maryce Martinez De la Cruz 3 years ago

    AMAZING JOB!!!!!!!! (Yeah, I wrote that on Capital letter) Thanks a lot

  • AnimalLover 3 years ago

    I love how a lot of your videos is about drugstore products! You just got a
    new subby :) 

  • N Moore 3 years ago

    You are the reincarnation of Amy Winehouse! But back to primers: Can you
    tell me which drugstores carry NYX products? I’ve looked at CVS, Walgreens,
    Walmart…. I’ve never seen a NYX display. Actually some of the primers you
    review aren’t available at any drugstores, unless you count Ulta as a
    drugstore!

  • Ivane Blanco 3 years ago

    Which UD primer potion do you use. 

  • dinatx1 3 years ago

    I don’t know why this video has low views!! u did such a good job
    describing/reviewing all these primers…thx sooo much..subscribed :) 

  • Monica W 3 years ago

    This video is excellently done. I was getting nervous because I LOVE the
    wet n wild primer and I wasn’t seeing it in your picks… glad it’s #1 for
    you too. It’s very comparable to Two Faced Shadow Insurance for me… love
    them both. Great job. :) 

  • randomshithappens1 3 years ago

    How much money do you normally spend on these reviews? 

  • Marissa Munoz 3 years ago

    Best Video that explains what I needed to know. Thanks!!

  • Bethany Rose 3 years ago

    This is amazing! Thank you for spending so much time in testing these. I
    really love your personality too♥

  • CupcakeTheQueen 3 years ago

    This video was very helpful, thank you :) 

  • Rachael Cassie 3 years ago

    this video is just what I needed, and perfectly explained :-) I am now
    proudly a new subscriber!! 

  • Scarlett munoz perez 3 years ago

    Love the video btw not enought people rate whole bunch of stuff best to
    worst. Also love that you did drug store products for those of us who are
    on a budget <3 :D 

  • Nic Tiu 3 years ago

    This is an excellent review! In Hong Kong, most of the people have heard of
    the elf one and the UD primer only.Surely I will try the wet n wild and
    recommend this to my friends! Please make more review like this!I love
    it:) 

  • Esmesage 3 years ago

    thanks for this vid! it helped me a lot!

  • Chitown ShaSha 3 years ago

    I was shocked that Fergie’s Wet n Wild was #1. I assumed WNW was crappy
    because of its price. Funny thing is that I own a few Elf products and you
    know their stuff is pretty affordable lol. Great vid!

  • Lilian Bates 3 years ago

    Do you know if these are available in England??

  • sealss baby 3 years ago

    Great job.thanks!

  • Varinder Singh 3 years ago

    I totally agree with u