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We've conjured up something to give you dominion over your eyeshadow.
Shadow Bind will intensify duochromes, adhere sparkles, and make shadows last longer on the lids. Shadow Bind is not a primer replacement, but a complimenting product to ensure loose shadows stick around.
Shadow Bind has a wet consistency at first, but dries down fairly quickly. Application preferences may vary the drying time. Typically, Shadow Bind needs a dry time of 15-20 seconds, unless you prefer to smooth it out and accelerate the dry time. Once it is only slightly shiny, it is ready to bind your shadow! Shadow Bind sets almost smudge proof, but removes easily with any makeup remover. *Shadow Bind will darken some shadows. Also, mattes may not perform as well due to the adhesive properties of Shadow Bind.*
Ingredients: Water, Glycerin, Xanthan Gum, Cyclopentasiloxane and Dimethicone/Vinyl Dimethicone Crosspolymer, Propylene Glycol, Diazolidinyl Urea, Methylparaben, Propylparaben.
Full Size arrives in a 8ml squeeze tube with a doe foot applicator. *listing updated 4/12/17*
Free sample size arrives in a 1.2 ml tube with a doe foot applicator. Enough for 2 to 3 applications.
*Mariam's container is a testing container.
Enjoy the demo from Mariam of Long Live Makeup! (Listed in Product Videos.)
Posted by Midian Spectra on 28th Mar 2017
I love Shadow Bind! I put it over my first layer of shadow to put more down on to foil. It stays all day and I have no worries about it. Wonderful product for all of your loose shadows.
Posted by Unknown on 4th Sep 2016
I'm so glad I decided to try out Shadow Bind... it keeps my eyeshadow in place for more than 6 hours, and there's never any glitter or loose pigment fallout on my cheeks, all the glitter is on my eyelid where it belongs. It's worth noting that I have deep set, hooded, and double-lidded eyes, and live in humid, warm climate, but this stuff keeps loose shadow on them and prevents the colors from mixing together and gooping up in my creases. This will definitely be a product I'll always keep on hand, it's the only one I've tried that works.