The Etude House Proof 10 Eyelid Primer comes in a cute little bottle (the bottle is really pretty small) - it's like the shape of a really chesty but slim-waisted lady hehe. The long cap twists out into a doe-foot applicator, as is standard with most eyelid primer applicators (except for UDPP and TFSI's squeeze tubes).
Got this for about $11 off Qoo10 a long time ago and boy, do I think it's worth every penny!
It's skin colour, and almost completely sheer once blended in. It feels slightly slippery. I would say it's less tacky than UDPP and less slippery than TFSI, if that's any indication. The texture is probably closer to e.l.f. Mineral Eyeshadow Primer.
Proceeding with the swatches!
|Left: Without primer, Right: With primer.|
From top to bottom - Dragonfly, Strike (both from Sleek MakeUP i-Divine Ultra Matte V1), Spice from Make Up Store.
That is me with an array of colours from Urban Decay Naked Palette.
Face Primer: POPBeauty Face Magnet
Foundation: MAC Studio Fix Powder Plus Foundation
Eyeshadow Primer: Etude House Proof 10 Eyelid Primer
Base: Sidecar (from Urban Decay Naked Palette)
Lid: Buck (from UD Naked Palette)
Contour: Smog (from UD Naked Palette)
Outer V: Darkhorse (from UD Naked Palette)
Eyeliner: Clio Kill Black Pen Liner
Mascara: Eyeko Skinny Brush Mascara
Blusher: Illamasqua Powder Blusher in Hussy
Generally, browns are not colours that really stand out but I like how on Proof 10, they stand a chance on the eyelids, even in our hot, humid Singapore weather...