Urban Decay Ultimate Ozone (Multipurpose Primer Pencil)

Hello everyone, welcome back to my blog. As the title mention, I’ll be discussing the Urban Decay Ultimate Ozone a multipurpose primer pencil for today post. I bought this primer pencil because it has been featured in a beauty magazine. It has received a lots of good reviews.


Urban Decay Ultimate Ozone 

What it is: A clear, creamy, and long-lasting primer pencil with a thick barrel.

What it does: This all-in-one Primer Pencil features a thick-barreled design. It works to hide blemishes, prevent lip color feathering, correct mistakes, and even fill in fine lines in just one swipe. Inspired by the bestselling slim-barreled Ozone 24/7 Glide-On Lip Pencil, Ultimate Ozone is an indispensable primer in pencil form. Its thick shape makes it easy to apply, and this creamy, long-lasting formula glides on clear to prevent your most embarrassing beauty nightmares. Enriched with jojoba oil, it nourishes the skin, ensuring a smooth application, and the moisturizing formula never feels dry or cakey.

Product Description: Prevent your most embarrassing beauty nightmares with Ultimate Ozone Multipurpose Primer Pencil—the double-stick tape of the beauty world. This clear, THICK-barreled undercover wonder does it all. Hold lip color in place. Prevent feathering. Correct mistakes. Even fill in fine lines!


When it glides on your skin or lip, it’s in transparent.

Suggested Usage:
-For amazing lip color application, outline your lips with Ultimate Ozone (to prevent feathering).
-Then swipe it across your lips to grab on to your lip color and help it last.
-Apply lipstick or gloss (like Urban Decay’s Revolution High-Color Lipgloss).
-Finish by cleaning up the edges with Ultimate Ozone so the lines look sharp and perfect.
-To fill in fine lines or clean up makeup mess-ups (like mascara mistakes), just swipe on Ultimate Ozone.
-When the tip starts to get dull, just grind it back to a perfect point with UD’s Grindhouse Double Barrel Sharpener

Main Ingredients: Jojoba Oil: Nourishes the skin and ensures a smooth application
Ingredients List: Isododecane, Paraffin, Polybutene, Cyclopentasiloxane, Cyclohexasiloxane, Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil, Ozokerite, Ceresin, Hydroxystearic Acid, Stearic Acid, Tocopherol, Carthamus Tinctorius (Safflower/Carthame) Seed Oil, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Palmitic Acid, Ascorbyl Palmitate, Chamomilla Recutita (Matricaria) Flower Extract, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Extract.




To be honest, when I bought it home and try it on my lips, my first impression was not that good. It gives my lips a very sticky and waxy feeling and I doesn’t like it. So, this products has been leave on my makeup desk for awhile. Until recently, I used this to prime my laugh lines just because I doesn’t wanna waste it. And guess what???!!! I have fall in love with this. All the primer (Benefit, Make Up For Ever, Tarte,…) that I used can’t even prime my laugh lines well. After two hours of talking and laughing, it started to be cakey.

The formula of this multipurpose primer pencil is very moisturizing. It’s in crayon base. I use it around my nose (especially for areas where the spectacle nose pads gonna be) and my laugh lines. Now, my makeup can lasts for whole day. My makeup used to be cakey and messy around the nose because of the nose pads (yup, I’m a spectacle girl). My problem now has been solved by this primer pencil. It doesn’t have any specific scents (maybe is no at all). As for the correcting power, I doesn’t find it works the best.

Conclusion, I find that this primer works best for my laugh lines and around my nose areas. Sometimes I use it to primer my dry spots too due to its moisturizing ingredients.


Laugh lines and lipstick lines is mainly where I apply the primer.

Wanna try the Urban Decay Ultimate Ozone, buy it at Sephora.

Hope you enjoy reading my post.

Love, Jess

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