Finally, these are products that I have tried and do not want, to not recommend and most importantly, do not like!
First product: Seche Clear Crystal Clear Base Coat by Seche Vite. It sucks, ‘nough said. It doesn’t make polish last, it chips and peels within hours of putting it on and doesn’t do anything for my nails. This is actually my second bottle, because I love the Seche Vite Clear Top Coat so much, I thought for sure that it was my nails, so I tried strength treatments and buffing them and nothing worked. I tried a different base coat and it was awesome. Even though this cost about 8 dollars at Ulta (cheaper at Sally’s) this stuff is going in the T-R-A-S-H.
Loreal Paris De-Crease Eye Shadow Base. This stuff is about 7 dollars. The consistency is goopy, the color is orange-y, it creases, doesn’t make shadow last the 8 hours that it claims, the packaging sucks (with a doe foot applicator that is curved and flat), it smells like chemicals and just over all doesn’t do what it claims. I am a firm believer that the best eye shadow base can bring life to even the cheapest of shadows. If you buy one professional make-up product and only one, buy a eye shadow primer. My favorite is Too Faced Shadow Insurance. Some people like the Urban Decay Primer Potion, that works great too, the formula is just as good, however, I feel like the packaging is in convenient. One tube of Too Faced Shadow Insurance has definitely lasted me way longer (over a year and still going!) than any Urban Decay Primer Potion has because of the packaging and drying up faster.