MAC Paint Pots

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Hi Y'all,
Today's Makeup Monday post is all about one of my favorite products of all time: the MAC paint pot.
Uses: eyeshadow, eye shadow base, and/or concealer.

Description (from maccosmetics.com): A highly pigmented, long-wearing eye shadow that goes on creamy and dries to an intense, vibrant finish. It blends smoothly and creates seamless, buildable coverage.

Key Claims (from maccosmetics.com): 
-Ophthalmologist tested
-Dermatologist tested
-non-caking
-non-flaking
-Crease-proof
-Long wearing (15 hours)
-non-acnegenic
-Water resistant
-Stay-true color
-Provides flexible coverage

Clearly, I use mine for ways the product was never truly intended for (but I'll be the first to say it cover under-eye shadows like a dream). 

I first discovered this product thanks to Blair Fowler on Youtube, who talked endlessly about paint pots. She used the "painterly" color in one of her videos and bam, I was hooked. This color is flawless! Not only is it a great color, but the nude is so perfect that you can tell I'm wearing something but it's hardly there. 

Unfortunately, this product has gone up in price (by about $2 in the past 5 years or so), but I for one, think it's worth it. It serves multiple purposes and literally lasts forever!

I've tried the Urban Decay primer potion, and the paint pot beats it out hands down!

This comes in a ton of different colors, and is readily available at any MAC counter, store, and online.

with southern grace,
Lindsey






20 comments:

Breakfast at Lillys said...

Hmm I have never tried this product but I have heard such great things about it.
Right now I am using Benefit's Lemon-aid as my eye primer but maybe I will pick this up when I am done with the Benefit one.

xoxo, Jenny || Breakfast at Lillys

Annaliese said...

A lot of beauty Youtubers that I love talk non-stop about MAC paint pots- I definitely want to try them someday!!
I'm totally loyal to Mally's eyeshadow primer- it's a dream product!! :-)

xoxo A
www.southernbelleintraining.com

Claudia Jane said...

I have heard great things about MAC pain pots, I will have to get one! I am beauty product obsessed!
xo, claudia
www.chroniclesofclaudia.com

Kayleigh Adam said...

I love MAC! Love your review!
www.kayleighskloset.com

Shane Prather said...

I've always wondered what exactly a paint pot was... great review!

Brittany Lockwood said...

I've never purchased a paint pot, but it's always been on my "to-buy" list!

xx. Brittany | Southern Soul

Nicole said...

Cool! I have never heard of these, but I am totally going to try it!

Nicole // Chronicling Home

Ashley said...

What a great review! Heading out to get this ASAP!

xo Ashley

Kyleigh Wegener said...

I've never splurged on the MAC paint pots but I use the Maybelline color tattoos. I honestly don't know how I applied eye shadow before that was introduced into my makeup routine. I'm trying the paint pots soon though because I have no doubt they are a million times better.

Seersucker Sass said...

I'm going to add this to my beauty wishlist! Thank you for the recommendation :)

XO, SS || Seersucker Sass

Fairy Princess Jord said...

I've never used a product like this before but I love MAC!

Kate Steadman said...

Interesting! I've never heard of these, but thanks so much for all of the details! You should do a tutorial!

xo,
Sara Kate Styling

Jordyn Upchurch said...

I've never tried anything from MAC, but they're on my wishlist for sure!

xoxo, SS

The Southern Stylista

Lauren Ashley said...

I've heard great things about this but Mac makes me breakout if I use it as concealer... but I love it for eyeshadow!

xo
Lauren
www.thefashionistasdiary.com

Cat said...

I've never heard of MAC paint pots but it looks like something I have to check out!

Cat
http://classmeetscouture.com

Tiffany Khyla said...

I've never used MAC products. I know. Horrible. Looks like I need to look into this one!

Elana said...

I love products that have multiple purposes!

Allison said...

I've never heard of this, but it seems great with its multiple uses!

Southwestern Prepster said...

I have never heard of this, but I have used MAC before and my mom loves it!

Gold&Hearts Blog said...

I love a paint pot in Rubenesque, and it's the perfect base for a subtle or more dramatic look.
Shaguna
gold&hearts

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Reading your comments absolutely make my day, thanks for writing one!
with southern grace,
Lindsey