Monday, August 27, 2012

Product Review: Etude House Proof 10 Eye Primer

An eye primer is just as important as a face primer. It helps our eye makeup to last longer and avoid crease from forming on our eyelids. Aside from that, it helps us to apply eye makeup easily and blend the colors well. (Of course, with the help a good makeup brush)

While browsing through makeup reviews I chanced upon Etude's Proof 10 eye primer. I've heard of this brand before, but honestly never paid attention since I thought it's just another makeup brand. Maybe I got so intimidated with the Korean models who have pearly white skin and instantly thought that the products will not suit me. Lol! However, the reviews made me curious and decided to buy it. At the price of Php298 (approximately $7 USD) I guess the price is just right. The product is contained in a clear bottle so it's easy to know how much is left. I just find the cap that holds the brush a bit too long. :)

Look how this primer holds my Dollface 88 eyeshadow:
Left- without primer; Right, with Primer
Surprisingly, this product didn't fail. In fact, I found this as a good substitute to my Urban Decay Primer which came with my naked palette. When applied, the product did not feel heavy on my lids and I found it really easy to apply my UD naked palette and my Dollface 88 Palette. The consistency is thick, but it did not feel greasy when applied on my eyes. My eye shadow stayed the whole day by using this product. I did not experience any allergies or itchiness. You just have to apply a little and it will help in making your peepers look fabulous for a long time!

I hope you find this review useful. =) Have you tried this product too? Share your comments below. :)


  1. Replies
    1. You're welcome Henzel! Thanks for reading my blog! Take care :)

  2. Nice review, I think I'll buy this when I get the chance ^-^

  3. This is a very detailed review. Exactly what I was looking for. Thanks for sharing with us your review about this wonderful Etude product!

  4. Thanks for this info review as i cannot afford the high-end or expensive ones. Also some say that its not always that the cheaper or inexpensive products cannot deliver as much as the branded ones in fact they do work and are great as well. Can you comment on Cinema Secrets', Maybellines' and Revlon's eye primer and foundation primer? Also where can i locate Etude House? More Power.