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Place an order. Add to Bag. Update Wish List. Add to Wish List. Send to a friend. A highly pigmented, long-wearing eye shadow that goes on creamy and dries to an intense, vibrant finish. The innovative second skin-like formula blends smoothly over lids and creates seamless, buildable coverage without looking heavy or cakey.
Its superior colour purity stays true and will not streak or crease. About Brand.
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Our Artists create trends backstage at fashion weeks around the world. Hi Claire. Rubenesque is my first paintpot. The color is indeed pretty but it's not working for me :.
My Makeup Issues: MAC Paint Pot Bare Study and Rubenesque - Review and Swatches
I think I will be purging this one too. I recently purchased groundwork.. It's nice but it runs a bit grey which i'm not a big fan of.. Luckily none of them creased on me so that's a good thing. I bought rubenesque and indianwood. Not highly impressed by either. I wear them as a base however after hours my eye shadow creases. Not happy at all. Thank you for taking the time to comment :. Home Home About This Blog.
Paintpots are described on the MAC website as 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 MAC shadows and liners. There are 9 permanent shades in four different finishes offered by MAC at the moment. More colorful shades are often released in one of their never ending limited edition collections.
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Paintpots are usually used as bases, but the more pigmented ones can be worn by themselves as eyeshadows. When used as bases, paintpots can help to bring out the color in eyeshadows, giving them deeper and more vibrant appearance. For some, paintpots even take the the place of a primer. I am not one of those people, my eyelids are neither too dry or too oily, but I still need a primer underneath this one. In fact, even with a primer, MAC paintpots will begin to crease and cake on my lids after about six to eight hours of wear. This is the reason that I don't use my paintpots more often.
I have a 12 hour work shift and have no time to redo or retouch my makeup in between. I'm usually better off wearing my eye makeup with only Too Faced Shadow Insurance as a primer.
Paintpots are not my favorite MAC products, but I still managed to accumulate three different shades from their permanent line. The ones I have are Bare study, Rubenesque and Groundwork. Bare Study is a soft beige with gold pearl. It has a frost finish.