MAC Indianwood paint pot is one of the best recent purchases of mine. A warm bronze gold shade which can be used as eye shadow base or as brow highlighter or in inner corner of eyes.
What Mac Paint pot claims:-
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.
- Price 1100 for 5gm or 17.50 USD
- Pigmentation – It’s highly pigmented and one doesn’t even require a primer underneath while using it.
- Staying power – It’ stays 8-10 hours and doesn’t leave any patches behind.
- Blending – As the shade is great for a wash of color across the whole lid I use my ring finger to blend the colour .If I have sometime with myself then I use a dense eye shadow brush for it .I find the blending both ways pretty easy. It doesn’t crease inspite of having a creamy texture. It also dries beautifully giving it a powdery finish. It doesn’t flake and is simply gorgeous.
Swatches of MAC Indianwood Paint pot
Shade is going to suit most skin tones and will go with any eye colour. Shade without flash looks coppery gold where as with flash it looks bronzy gold.
I did a pretty simple eye makeup with it today.I applied Indianwood all over my eyelid and a dark brown in my crease. I used false eyelashes and some mascara with black colour eyeliner on my lower lashline.
I could not find any point of improvement, except the price which can still get some benefit of doubt as this much quantity of the product is going to last for a long long time.
- Staying power -5/5