Here is a review on 2 new-ish MAC paint pots: Treasure Hunt paint pot and Genuine Treasure paint pot. Keep reading for my reviews and swatches! ♥
MAC Treasure Huntpaint pot. This paint pot is a frosty pale gold colour. It applies evenly. It is very bright and would look great with warm-toned eyeshadows.
MAC Genuine Treasure paint pot. This paint pot has antique gold sparkles with a bronze base. It would look great in a smokey eye look. It doesn't apply as evenly as Treasure Hunt.
Here are swatches:
I have been a fan of MAC paint pots for a very long time. These are my favourite eyeshadow bases underneath eyeshadows, but you can wear these alone. These are very creamy but dry to a powdery finish. I find them to be very long wearing and easy to apply with fingers or a flat paddle brush (eg MAC 252). I swatched these new ones on my arm and I tried to rub them off 2minutes from applying, but they stayed put! I have a suspicion that they've changed a little bit of the formula to make them last longer, which is awesome!!
Note: just make sure you cover the pots well after using to prevent them from drying up.
I believe you can purchase these at your local MAC store or MAC website.
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