mark. Please Hold Eye Primer ($9)
Thankfully, I don’t often have problems with my eyeshadow creasing, so trying eye primers was never the first thing on my list. As a lover of all things beauty, however, I need to know how different products work, so I decided to give primers a try. Boy, am I glad I did! Read on to see what I thought of mark.’s Please Hold Eye Primer.
At this point, I’ve tried so many different eye primers that I can’t even begin to count. From e.l.f. to Stila and (almost) everything in between. Some obviously work better than others, and some don’t work at all.
Overall, Please Hold is pretty great. I’ve found that it’s more than just a primer. It works as a concealer for my lids, dark under-eye circles, and puffiness. It helps any colors I put on my eyes to look bright and vivid – and to stay that way.
It even keeps my eye liner in place – I have more issues with keeping my eye liner from smudging down my face , which is never a good look. Smudge a bit on your lower lashline and you’re good to go!
If you’ve never tried eye primer before, I wouldn’t recommend using this one first. Start out with e.l.f.’s Essential Eyelid Primer (it’s only $1!). But if you’ve tried primers before and you know they’re something you’d use, definitely give Please Hold a try.