When Life Hands You Lemons

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I’ve heard Kim Kardashian loves Benefit Lemon Aid eyelid primer, $20. Have you tried it?

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  1. Marisol says:

    I used it when I first discovered Benefit and I found that it creased on me. :(
    .-= Marisol’s last blog post… Kindle me this… =-.

  2. Rachel says:

    I haven’t tried it yet. I think it makes sense since yellow should counteract blue and purple. The creasiness, Marisol mentioned, has me a little wary.

  3. Michele says:

    Yellow, hm,
    I am going to order it right now- makes sense!
    Michele

  4. Stef says:

    I love love love Benefit’s Lemon Aid!!! I’ll often wear it alone, just to brighten up the eyelid area! If it creases, I just smooth it over with my finger and it’s fine! I bow down at the altar of Lemon Aid!!!

  5. laurel says:

    If you use a brush, usually a MAC 224 brush, you can buff it out so there is no creasing. I do find at times though, that it, Lemon-aid is more dry than creamy!

  6. Bomi says:

    I use this when I run out of UDPP, and it does keep my eyeshadow for creasing….. But maybe because I dont have a very big crease?
    haha.

  7. Rachael says:

    I have used this for a while now and I find that it doesn’t crease for the most part, but sometimes it does crease on me in the inner corner of my eyes. I do like how it brightens up my eyelid though so if I’m in a huge rush I just put some of it on my lids to brighten it up!

  8. Anne says:

    It gets to dry on me and there are times when it crease on me also.
    .-= Anne’s last blog post… Motivation =-.

  9. Trude says:

    Yeah, I love it too! It can crease, but that’s because my understanding of it is that it’s not so much a primer as a redness reducer. For a white-ass-chica like me, my eyelids tend to be pinkish and you can see some veins. Ew. Lemon Aid gets rid of it all for me! :)
    .-= Trude’s last blog post… We Have A Winner! =-.

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