Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Review: Etude House Proof 10 Eye Primer

Hello guys! Thank you so much for continously dropping by here even though I can't post frequently..I really appreciate your support :)

I have a problem signing in these last 2 weeks at a couple of sites like proboards, blogger, facebook, email and youtube because of the new antivirus my cousin installed..It blocks almost all of the sites that you need to log in.. Luckily, I can now log in at facebook and youtube and also girltalk, but I still can't check my email and blog. I am now borrowing my brother's computer just so I can post a review to break my "silence" until my computer got fixed hehe ^_^

I am currently loving Etude House's Proof 10 eye primer. I have used MAC Painterly Paintpot for a couple of years and I prefer this a lot because this spreads easier on the lids and is not cakey even if you applied thickly.. and it's cheaper too!

Here are more reasons why I'm in love with it :)

- I love the cute packaging. It comes in a clear bottle with a do-foot appplicator. I love the fact that I can see how much product I still have left.

- It applies smoothly when I apply it on my lids. It's very easy to blend and your lids feels velvety smooth once the product dries up. Your eyeshadow also doesn't clump because of the smooth surface it created.
- Keeps my eye makeup stay put the whole day even in hot weather. I love the fact that even though I have very oily lids, my makeup doesn't crease and smudge. This haappened before with MAC paintpot and it's an ugly sight.

- Makes my eyeshadows more vibrant than without using any base.

- Very affordable and available locally. I got mine from SM the block branch.
What I don't like about Proof 10 eyeprimer:
- always out of stock. It took me months before I finally got a piece.
- I'm wondering if I can use up everything in the bottle especially on the sides because it's not shaped cylindrically like lipgloss. I hope I won't have a problem with like with UDPP packaging...
Over-all rating: 5/5. I will definitely repurchase this. I hope they make different colors too :)

This product is definitely a must try especially to those who don't want to shell out a big amount of money for eye primers but want a good quality product at the same time :)
Till next time guys! I hope my computer can be fixed soon so I can put more posts. Bye! :)


Askmewhats said...

yes, this is worth the purchase! yon nga lang parang ang bilis nito maubos! i am tempted to open this bottle! hahahaha

Kari said...

I love this too. I have UDPP also and sometimes I'm not sure which one to use! Hehe :) It took me months also before I managed to track down a bottle, grabe.

Hope your computer gets fixed soon!

Aya said...

Sounds like a good one! I better try this. Been hearing good reviews about it :D

~tHiAmErE~ said...

love love love this one!
almost as good as udpp & the likes1

i have hoarded 2 of these last weekend kasi ang hirap maghanap nito,grabe!
laging oOs

Lavender said...

Have been hearing good reviews on this. Must try. Need to hunt one. i have oily lid too. Thanks for the review.

Crystal Gale said...

Nikki - Super agree. Update me if you did try to open the bottle haha :)

Kari - Thanks! My computer is fixed na today :)

Aya - It's really worth every penny :)

Thiamere - haha yeah lagi OOS ito...next time nga mag-stock na din ako :)

Lavender - Hello! Hope you'll love it too :)

AiDiSan said...


I'm currently using ELF eye primer, the one in stick form and it's not serving it's purpose on me. It made the color of my eyeshadow a little vivid but I still end up with oily lids.

I read good reviews about Etude House Proof 10 Eye Primer and I really wanna try it, unfortunately, it's not available in SM Clark, only in SM San Fdo Pampanga.

Thanks for the review.

Btw, I'm now following your blog, hope you'll follow back.