Review : MAC Paint Pot

My Review

I have been using this ever since I got this 🙂 and I am loving it. I bought this in Layin Low and Rubinesque. Layin Low is nude colour like a brown with a slightest pink tinge (cream finish) whereas Rubinesques is a gold with light pink tinge (frost finish). Both are awesome colours. This is my first MAC paint pots and now i understand why everybody loves it 🙂 .

This is in a thick cream consistency and it glides smoothly in the eyelid. This colour evens out my dark colour over my eyelid and it can be used as a primer for eyeshadows. Primer is necessary because it holds your powder shadows in place and doens’t fade throughout the day.

I use Rubinesque alone in my eyelids which looks great in outside. The shimmer is very suttle and looks good. I also use them as a base if I am using a nude eyeshadow over it. It kinda looks sheen on my eyelids when i use both of them. Finally the Laying Low paint pot, this one is amazing as i use it for both on eyelids and my cheeks (yes.. you heard it right).

As you know blushes usually fade over the day, but a makeup artist said this trick will definetely work. She said that if you use a cream blush under your powder blush it will last for along time and it won’t fade. I tried it and I can say that its true. It doesn’t fade for a long time.

I use this on the cheek as a base for the blush 🙂 . This along with the X-rocks blush give me the superb flushed cheeks. I really really love this. All you need is a very little products and this pot will last me for more than 2 years 🙂 . This is a great product while travelling as you don’t need to be afraid of spillage and its small to carry.

If you want to see the photos of this product, check here.

Description of the Product

A highly pigmented eye colour that goes on creamy but dries to an intense, vibrant finish. The next generation of a popular M·A·C formula, Paint Pots maintains all the intense traits of its inspiration. Long-wearing, colourfast. Creates seamless coverage without weight or caking. Blends smoothly over the lids. Cream-based, can be mixed with M·A·C shadows and liners. Available in matte and pearl formulas.

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