PÜR Cosmetics Quick Pro Glitters Eye Polish Review

by - 3/09/2018

From left to right: Lust, Namaslay, Queenie, and OMG
I was lucky enough to be sent the PÜR Cosmetics Quick Pro Glitters Eye Polish in exchange for an honest review! 

I was sent four shades: Namaslay, Queenie, Lust, and OMG. There are five shades in the collection, the fifth one being a charcoal color called Midnight Diamond. On the website, the entire five piece set can be purchased for $39.00, but is valued at $93.00. Each bottle breaks down to being just under $8.00 each.

The website describes this product as "a high-pigment and high-glamour glitter eye shadow with a built-in primer that lasts without creasing or fading." It is a 3-in-1 formula that can be used as a primer, eye shadow base, and top coat. I love versatility! This product is also formulated without: 

  • Animal testing 
  • Animal byproducts or derivatives 
  • Talc 
  • Parabens 
  • Gluten 
  • Petroleum 
  • Mineral Oil
  • Sodium Lauryl Sulfate



As you can see, the bottles are tiny. There is 0.2 oz of product in each bottle. To give you a better visual (I'm a visual person), a single MAC eye shadow is .04 oz. But these are great if you want to try out a few shades without committing to buying full sized versions of the shadows. 

From top to bottom: Lust, Namaslay, OMG, Queenie
The product itself is very, very pretty. Look at these swatches! There is intense glitter and shimmer, and the colors are pigmented. 

I let the product dry for a minute, and then did what I call a "swipe test." I wanted to see how much the product budged. granted, I could have given it a bit more drying time. But I think it was good to see how much it dried in a minute because, let's face it, sometimes we don't have the time to let things fully dry. After around a minute, there is quite a bit of smudging, as you can see. The website says to let the product set for two minutes before adding on lashes, so I'm assuming it takes about two minutes to fully dry down. And I think the amount of product you put on would also affect the drying time. 

Top: Namaslay; bottom: Kitten Karma
I definitely don't mean for this to be a comparison, but how can I not compare it to Stila Glitter and Glow liquid eye shadow? It's the first thing I thought of. Namaslay is very similar to Kitten Karma, so I decided to swatch the two next to each other. The difference here is that Namaslay definitely has less chunkier glitter in it. Kitten Karma is BAM. GLITTER. 

Kitten Karma definitely has a bigger glam factor as that chunky glitter really gives it that dramatic sparkle. Namaslay still has a sparkle, but in a much subtler way. 

In a swipe test, after about a minute of drying, Kitten Karma barely budged. But Namaslay smudged quite a bit. 

Now, onto an actual wear test! The first thing I wanted to do was wear the shadow all by itself. So I took Namaslay and blended out a thin layer of the product on my lid, threw on a liner, and called it a day. 

The shimmer is really very subtle, and I think it was perfect for work. Or, if you're having a lazy day, you could just throw on a thin layer and it would still look pretty impressive! The shadow did not budge all day, and it stayed on there until the end of the day. And that's saying a lot, because look at how oily my face is in these pics! And it still didn't budge. 

The next test was to put on some powder eye shadow and use the product as a topper. 

Look how pretty that is! It's my fault that I didn't blend it out well enough, but when my eyes are open you can't really tell. lol I still kept it pretty thin, but I was a little more heavy handed than the first time. I think using it as an eye topper really brings some glam to the look. There isn't super chunky glitter in it, so I think because of that, it's a really good product for daytime looks. And as you can see, even with a thicker layer, there's no creasing. 

I wanted to REALLY glam it up with this product, so the third time I tried it, I laid it on pretty heavy. 

There's a little bit of fallout from this product, which you can see in the above photos. You might want to lay down some powder on your cheeks to wipe away the fallout later. Honestly, I'm not sure how there can be fallout from a liquid product...that's kind of confusing. Maybe its user error? 

Laying it on heavier looks pretty similar to the previous use, but I think in a full face picture you can really see the glam: 

What I really like about this product is that it's versatile; you can use the product alone, as a topper, you can use it thinly, or you can really glam it up. I also like that it doesn't have big chunky pieces of glitter. That way, I can use it in the daytime, or at work, and still look appropriate. In that sense, that adds to its versatility. It also doesn't crease, and even if you have oily skin like me, the product stays put. 

What I don't like is the applicator. It's basically a spatula, and it makes putting the product on difficult. If that applicator was slanted just slightly, it would make the application process less of a pain in the butt. I found that I kept getting product on my lashes, and I feel like if it was slanted I could have avoided that. There are larger versions of this product that come in a pot, so you don't have to worry about an applicator. But those versions don't come in the shades offered in this set (from what I've seen on the website, anyway). 

So let's break it down: 


  • Super pigmented
  • Very glittery
  • Versatile
  • Subtle, but can be glammed up
  • A little goes a long way
  • Stays put
  • No creasing

  • Annoying applicator
  • Small amount of product for the price
  • Not the same color selection in the full size product 
Overall, I really like this product. I like that I can wear it more than one way, and I like that it works well with my oily skin and doesn't crease or budge. I also like that it's a better value than the Stila Glitter and Glow shadows. They're about the same price, but you get more product with the Eye Polish shadows. There are additional sets that you can purchase: the Eye Polish Glitters 5-Piece Kit  and the Royalty 5-Piece Eye Polish Collection, a collaboration with Angel Merino, aka @mac_daddyy.  If you're thinking about giving these a try, I would definitely do it! 

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