MAC Paint Pots Swatches

MAC Paint Pots Swatches

About: A highly pigmented eye colour that goes on creamy but dries to an intense, vibrant finish. 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.

MRP: Rs.1350/- for 5 g / 0.17 fl oz


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Quite Natural is a warm medium chocolate brown (cream)..well pigmented..

Painterly is nude beige cream (cream)

Bare Study is soft beige with gold pearl (frost)

Constructivist is a deep burgundy brown with shimmer..described as metallic brown with red pearl (frost)

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Rubenesque is a peachy gold with shimmer (frost)

Groundwork is mid tone neutral taupe (satin)

Indianwood is metallic antique brown..metallic gold (frost)

Blackground is black grey with shimmer..

Sorry for the Rubenesque swatch..the tester was completely dried up..

I got Constructivist..loved it the most..next on my list are Rubenesque and Indianwood..

Whats your favorite ?

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  • Bnii

    I love Bare study… I had groundwork but I returned it! painterly I wanted to like but it looked so ashy on me :( Rubenesque looks so fab naa!!

  • http://fashionandbeautyandme.blogspot.in/ prayati

    i hav indianwood and love it

  • http://www.facebook.com/preethi.vysyaraju Preethi Cutepinkpurple

    indianwood looks great

  • Anon

    Are you sure you know what ‘Rubenesque’ means?

  • bhumika_t

    Ya it does..

  • bhumika_t

    Thats on my wishlist too..

  • bhumika_t

    Ya I like it too..

  • bhumika_t

    I am only talking MAC here..