today I'm going to review and share the swatch of the Pro longwear paint pot by MAC in the colour Indiawood.
I absolutely love the Paint pot collection by MAC. I got the colours Painterly and Bare study. Painterly is basically use always when wearing make up. It's my ultimate go to eye shadow base.
Bare study is a more shimmery version which I love to use by itself when I'm lazy because it's so gorgeous by itself. I also love to use it under need a more shimmery eye look.
The reason I decided to add Indiawood to my collection was that I wanted a darker colour for in my crease (in combination with Bare study). This was sadly but true not a big success. However Indiawood is absolutely gorgeous by itself on the eyelid. It gives a more glam look, like you took the extra effort.
Indiawood is a very creamy and slides with one finger directly on to your eye. And after it settled it's you can't rub it of anymore. You really need a eye make up remover to take this one off. Which to me really proves the long wear of the cream eyeshadow.
I did find it a bit harder to mix with eyeshadows because it's so pigmented && it probably doesn't help that I wear lighter shades on my actual eyelid.
MAC about this product:
"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."
What's your favourite of the MAC Paint pots?