Warning: This is a “FOR SHAME THIS PRODUCT IS LAME” Review Benefit’s Stay-Don’tStray is not your best bet for a primer. It claims to be a “360” primer, meaning that it won’t make your eye shadow “Stay” and your concealers for under your eye “Won’t Stray.”
A nice idea, but unfortunately this is not a nice product.Frankly, it doesn’t do it’s job. After about 2 hours of wear, your eyeshadows will crease, and before you’ve even finished applying your base- your concealers will crease right the hell up under your eyes.  Not to mention the tone of the product- it’s pigmented into a fair skin tone, making it less than ideal for people with darker skin tones. I have the same problem happen with Benefit’s Lemon-aid, but that is a different review for a different time. Application was fairly smooth, but it just seems like the product doesn’t grip. At first I thought I was using too much, but even after using much less- it just kept creasing. This product costs $26 dollars at Sephora, and frankly- the Urban Decay Primer Potion does a much better job for six dollars less. I would save my money and just go for the tried and true instead of buying this disaster. 

Warning: This is a “FOR SHAME THIS PRODUCT IS LAME” Review
 
Benefit’s Stay-Don’tStray is not your best bet for a primer. It claims to be a “360” primer, meaning that it won’t make your eye shadow “Stay” and your concealers for under your eye “Won’t Stray.”

A nice idea, but unfortunately this is not a nice product.
Frankly, it doesn’t do it’s job. After about 2 hours of wear, your eyeshadows will crease, and before you’ve even finished applying your base- your concealers will crease right the hell up under your eyes.  Not to mention the tone of the product- it’s pigmented into a fair skin tone, making it less than ideal for people with darker skin tones. I have the same problem happen with Benefit’s Lemon-aid, but that is a different review for a different time. Application was fairly smooth, but it just seems like the product doesn’t grip. At first I thought I was using too much, but even after using much less- it just kept creasing. This product costs $26 dollars at Sephora, and frankly- the Urban Decay Primer Potion does a much better job for six dollars less. I would save my money and just go for the tried and true instead of buying this disaster.