Editor's Rating & Review
Looking to turn favorite eye shadows into liquid liner? Keep looking. Urban Decay's Eyeshadow Transforming Potion is a brilliant concept -- a clear liquid liner base without pigment, packaged with two brushes for thick or thin lines -- but it's flawed in delivery. Its brushes cannot retain enough pigment to draw a solid line, and over time, re-inserting the used brush turns the clear liquid muddy in color. Wear is below average. A much better bet for less money: Paula Dorf Transformer or Urban Decay Liquid Eye Liner Vintage.
Urban Decay Eyeshadow Transforming Potion Reviews
Transforming PotionNot one of their better products. Actually is a waste of money. Water and an angle brush work better. Don't waste your money. — 1 year, 2 months agoCaroleVonAllten | 1375 reviews
Good Idea but a RIP OFFGirls, did you look at the ingredients? It's basically water and propylene glycol (PG). PG is like Glycerin, and Glycerin you can buy really cheap for a big bottle in a drugstore. It costs not even a penny to make this. Make your fresh potion by mixing water and PG every time. You don't need the thickener and preservative that they include. You can also use your own eyeliner brush or better yet, buy from art store for a dollar with really good quality soft bristles rather than these synthetic bristles. — 3 years, 5 months agoMakeupGuru | 442 reviews
There's got to be a better way!Yes! I agree with the 2 previous reviewers. These brushes don't retain enough of the product or liquid to achieve what you're going for. I'm really disappointed in this given how much I love Urban Decay's other products. This one just makes me sad. I don't recommend this product unfortunately. — 4 years, 5 months agoBeautyJunkieAmber | 231 reviews
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