Urban Decay Primer Potion ($17)
Cliche Cosmetics Eyeshadow Base ($10)
In order to make a fair test on these two products, I used Urban Decay Primer Potion on my left eye and Cliche Cosmetics on my right eye. I didn't aply both products at the same time, but did them seperately. Applying primer/base, eyeshadow ... then repeating the same thing on the other eye so the primer wouldn't dry out while I'm doing one eye. I did not retouch on the colours that I have lost from all the blending to give you a good idea of how much effort it takes for each product to blend.
The eyeshadows I used are from the new MAC Makeup Art Cosmetics Collection quad in Photorealism.
What was my conclusion?
Cliche Cosmetics Eyeshadow Base, hands down!
The eyeshadows were so much easier to blend after applying the base, compared to UDPP. UDPP doesn't allow you to move your eyeshadows around as much as Cliche Cosmetics does. You will still have time to blend out those horrible harsh lines with ease without losing too much colour on the way! Because you don't have to blend as much, Cliche Cosmetics base can keep your eyeshadow colours intact without having to touchup! It's awesome! What's even better, it is $7 cheaper than Urban Decay!
The only downfall is it only comes in 'Light'. I'm a NC30 for MAC and it is alright for me ... but if you have much darker skintone, it may appear too ashy.WATCH THIS ON MY YOUTUBE CHANNEL HERE!
Hope this helped out those of you who are debating between UDPP and Cliche!
Good Luck! :)