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Prestige Primed & Ready Is A Dupe For Too Faced Shadow Insurance

By Sheila Arkee

Just when I declared that I have never found a budget eye primer that lets my eyeshadow be great, one happens to fall right on my doorstep.

Just like Too Faced’s Shadow Insurance, Prestige Primed & Ready Eye Primer is a lightweight primer that helps make your shadow endure many hours. The texture is pretty much identical between the two brands, with just a slight color difference.

Prestige’s primer is a tad lighter than Too Faced’s, which is a putty color.

Here are the two primers blended in a little bit more.

With a shadow on top of the primers, you can’t even tell that there’s a difference.

And now for the big challenge, the primers before and after. Here’s Prestige, which managed to endure a wild trip to the beach.

Before

After

Too Faced Shadow Insurance Before

After

Pretty awesome. The differences are very slight, and I’ll officially call Prestige Primed & Ready a dupe for Too Faced Shadow Insurance at half the price. You can find Prestige Primed & Ready Eye Primer at Ulta for around $10.

*Provided for consideration. Opinions are my own.

  • http://lolassecretbeautyblog.blogspot.com lola seicento

    What a great find, and for such a great price!

  • Sheila – Painted Ladies

    It’s seriously awesome!

  • http://www.beautyinfozone.com MarciaF (beauty info zone)

    I do the same thing – try things on different eyes or side of my face. I’m impressed with the Prestige, I didn’t know it existed.

  • Wendy

    I’ve been using it for about a month now and I’m a total convert. I even use it under my eyes to lock in my concealer.
    It’s also a dupe for Benefit Stay Don’t Stray.

  • Sheila – Painted Ladies

    It is so great .- I like your idea of putting it under concealer!

  • Ruby

    Do tell, what is that lovely blue shadow in the fifth picture?

  • http://www.neversaydiebeauty.com Allison

    I’ve been using the Too Faced Color Correcting Shadow Insurance (I have blepharitis/red eyelids). I have found over the month I’ve been wearing it, that it migrates from my eyelids into my eyes leaving a greasy film on my contact lenses. Very annoying. Does the Prestige stay put? Is it drying? tyvm

  • http://www.painted-ladies.com Sheila

    It does stay put, I have never had a problem with migration. :)

  • http://www.painted-ladies.com Sheila

    Ruby, it’s Milani’s Just Perfect Powder Eyeshadow.