I honestly love this primer so much more than any of the UD primer potions! It doesn't crease at all on me, stays forever, and when you do the math it's cheaper by the ounce so I think it's well worth it to spend a teeny bit more initially.
This is the first Urban Decay palette I ever bought and I got it for a steal too as it was about 13 bucks on sale. I love the bright colors, though they weren't quite as pigmented as I expected. The only colors I don't find myself reaching to on a regular basis are the purple and the black and peace is one of my all time favorites.
I'm not a huge fan of the highlighter on this and honestly don't ever use it, but the concealer works pretty decently and I use it on my under eyes quite a bit. It's thin and lightweight so it doesn't look weird under the eyes, but it doesn't have a huge amount of coverage.
I've had a bottle of this for what feels like forever and only recently discovered what a godsend it is. I have patches of dry skin that can make my foundation look cakey and patchy and when I spray this on, almost in what seems like an excessive amount and then fan it dry it gives me an amazing, not cakey at all finish. It's also amazing to use for wetting eyeshadows.
Generally I prefer to use a separate bleach and manic panic or something of the like when I'm doing bright colors, but I needed hair dye and this was cheap and convienant so this is what I used. I've used it a couple times now in various colors and It always turned out great. It hasn't ever damaged my hair unless I left the bleach on too long, though the bleach IS strong and can burn your scalp if you get it too close. I've had the current color for a couple weeks now and while it's faded a little it's still clearly colored.
I've been trying to stay away from corn syrup and these are some of the only fruit snacks that lack it, so I of course had to try them being a fruit snack lover. They were so good, but unfortunately a little pricey so they're only ever a treat thing which somehow makes them even more delicious!