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Hi everyone. This is the long awaited review of the Milani Eyeshadow Primer. On the packaging, it says that it`s a new product and I think this came out probably a month or so ago. I`ve only seen this at my local Walgreens. Haven`t seen this at CVS or Rite Aid yet. I haven`t checked Wal Mart or Target so you might be able to find this there too. This product contains 0.30 fl. oz of product compared to the TFSI which contains 0.35 oz. And in the 2nd picture you can see the side by side comparison of the size of the tube. Like the TSFI, it is a squeeze tube so that is definitely a plus. So let me go over the pros and cons first.
**great price compared to higher end primers especially when they go on BOGO sales
** it was only $6.99 at Walgreens(price may vary by location and stores)
**definitely intensifies the colors of the shadows
**shadows last all day
**squeeze tube so this makes it more sanitary and easy to get all the product out
** easily accessible cause it`s sold in drugstores
**made in the USA
** contains parabens
**product usually all out of stock in stores when they go on sale(they need to stock more of these when they have sales don`t you agree!)
So these are the pros and cons. And to compare how it compared with TSFI I had one primer on one eye and the other on the other eye. Can you guess which one I had which primer on? In the first eye look picture, that was when I first applied it and I applied my makeup around 9:30 am in the morning. The second pictures shows how it looks around 3 hrs later. And guess what!! I took the last picture around 11:30 pm, yup, you read it correctly, 11:30 pm. So let me tell you which eye I had TSFI and which one had the Milani primer. The one on your left had the TSFI and the one on your right had the Milani primer. Awesome right! When I first applied the shadow, I saw no difference in how it intensified the colors. Both primers made the shadows more vibrant. I had used flashed so the colors aren`t that bright in the pictures as it was in person, but trust me it definitely made the colors stand out compared to not using a primer. But I did find that with the Milani one, it`s a little harder to blend. Not by much, just a very tiny tiny tiny amount. Very unnoticeable. It might be just me though cause I`m so used to the TSFI. But other than that it worked out perfectly. And staying power, as you can tell in the picture, both did a great job on that. I couldn`t see any difference between the two. The only reason why there is a con for this primer in my opinion is that some people nowadays try to stay away from products with parabens in it. So if your the one who doesn`t like parabens in your product then this is not for you. And in one of the pictures you can see how the product looks. When you blend it out in your eye, it makes your the skin on your eye even. If you have used TSFI you know what I mean. So all in all, I highly recommended this product. I have somewhat oily lids and this worked out perfect for me. I am not sure how it would work on dry lids but I think it will work just as great. It doesn`t feel drying at all. So if you happen to spot these on sale, you might actually want to pick one out to try. I am definitely picking up backups when they go on sale but most likely they would be all gone by the time I get to the stores..lol.. So have you got a chance to try this out and tell me what you think on it. Did it work out for you?
**pictures belong to me, can`t use without permission**