Like ive said many times, i love products which can be slapped on easily…and whats easier than a paintpot right? It can be used as a base or even just alone with a liner and tadaa! You’re all set… Thats why I bought this shade in Vintage Selection. Its a product for all seasons and reasons further to know why.
Like all other MAC paintpots, this also comes in a thick, sturdy glass container with a black screw top lid. The shade sticker is on thr base of the container.
Price: INR 1350
Color: MAC describes this shade as a frosted dirty peach. But I find nothing dirty or peachy about this shade. Its definitely frosty to the point of looking icy but the color is more of a pink with a tinge of brown.
Texture: This paintpot is silky smooth and slick on without any effort. However, i have noticed that if layered too much it tends to get a bit clumpy. It dries pretty fast and does not collect in the socket crease which is a huge plus point.
Pigmentation: Its majorly sheer but the frost does not let the sheerness show. It covers any darkness one may have on their lids. For a more icy and frosty look it can be layered on further.
Staying Power: Ive worn it for 9hrs at stretch and it did not budge even 1bit. The intensity does start fading after 5hrs but the shine doesnot fade totally at any point.
Wear it with: This can be worn all alone with a liner and mascara or with any other shade in the outer corner and crease. This is a super versatile shade in the sense that it looks good when coupled with any color group including browns, purples, blues, etc. I’ve worn it with MAC Sable in the EOTD here.
Final Verdict: Go get it! This baby deserves to be on every vanity. It can be use to highlight the inner corners of the eyes, a brow highlighter, on the bridge of the nose or even to highlight your cheekbones.
Have you tried MAC Prolongwear Paintpot in Vintage Selection ?
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