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Availability: Permanent Collection. Available at Mac Counters or on their website.
Description: A highly pigmented eye colour that goes on creamy but dries to an intense, vibrant finish. The next generation of a popular Mac formula. Paint Pots maintain all the intense traits of it`s inspiration. Long-wearing, colourfast. Creates seamless coverage without weight or caking. Blends smoothly over lids. Cream-based, can be mixed with Mac shadows or liners. Available in satin, cream, frost and pearl formulas.
After watching numerous videos on Youtube, featuring Mac Paint Pots I decided I needed to pick one up to see what the fuss was all about. I originally wanted `Bare Study`, described as a `soft beige, with gold pearl` but found it to be far too shimmery for an everyday natural look so settled on Painterly, a `nude beige`. For £13.50 you get 5 grams of product, which may not sound like a lot but a little goes a long way and after a months use I`ve barely made a dent. The packaging is sleek, compact and sturdy - ideal for anyone like me who manages to smash 9/10 products I chuck in my make-up bag!
Why I love it? The paint pot warms up on contact so it`s incredibly easy to smooth the cream over your eyelid, blending well but once set - they don`t budge! If you mess up your mascara you can apply more and blend away mistakes, it gives your eyes a wide awake, natural look while concealing veining on your eyelids and evening the skin tone and it`s an ideal base for eye shadows, ensuring you`re crease-free all day, shadows stay put and colours are intensified.
Only downside? If I apply too much, it causes slight creasing but this can still be blended away easily.