Throughout the various uses for this the one I’ve settled on as my most favourite is as a base to go underneath a normal concealer under the eyes. Obviously if you were going to apply this underneath your foundation then that would counteract the yellow hue that this leaves but if, like me, you use concealing products after your foundation then you can apply this with a normally toned concealer over the top. I find that this works really nicely to counteract both the redness and the blue in my undereye area.
The concealer I most like to use this with is the MUA ‘Cover and Conceal wand’ as I really like the creamy formula of this and it doesn’t crease under my eyes anywhere near as much as other products. I do find, though, that it’s sometimes not enough coverage for the horrible blue under my eyes so the added yellow from the other product works really well to give it that extra coverage that I need. Sorry, I don’t seem to have any photos of this and I’m intent on getting this post sorted now, but you can see it HERE.
I’ve also used it on the eyelid and it does take some of the redness away from the area (as well as some blue as I said above) – I did find, though, that if I wanted to use it with something like that ‘MUA Colour Blasts’ which need a primer underneath then I needed to still use that primer as well as this ‘Prime & Conceal’ as it doesn’t have the same staying power as something like MUA’s ‘Pro Base Primer’ for the eyes which definitely gives it a much better lasting time. For normal eye shadow, though, it should be ok, though I still tend to use a normal primer too as that’s what I do on a day-to-day basis anyway.