MAC Paintpots are godsend products for eyemakeup lovers. When you are in a hurry, swipe some on the lids, blend with fingers or a brush and you’re done. The permanent range has some beautifully shades and Indianwood is a gorgeous one.
MAC Indianwood Paintpot Review
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.
It comes in a sturdy glass tub with a black cap. I have even dropped it a couple of times and not a single scratch till date. MAC is MAC!.
MAC describes the shade as Metallic antique bronze (Frost). It is a gorgeous antique gold shade with a hint of bronze, quite a unique shade and apt for Indian weddings. The metallic finish makes it great to wear in the evenings. It suits all skintones.
It has a smooth and creamy texture that is easy to blend. I have been using paintpots for more than 2 years and have never seen them getting dried if store properly. I keep them upside down in the box provided.
One tub would last a lifetime and I can never finish it up. You need really little for every use. It is crease proof even on my oily lids, does not require an eye primer. Infact this can be used as an eyemakeup base to make your eyeshadows stay longer.
Pros of MAC Indianwood Paintpot:
1. Beautiful golden shade with a hint of bronze, apt for ethnic Indian wear
2. Crease proof
3. Smudge proof
4. Sturdy packaging
5. Good quantity
Cons of MAC Indianwood Paintpot:
1. Expensive, not affordable by everyone, maybe 2 girls can share as none would be able to finish it up.
MAC Indianwood Paintpot is a must have shade for eyemakeup lovers. It is apt for Indian ethnic wear and suits all skintones. It stays put as long as you remove it. Highly recommend!