MAC Pro Longwear - Paint Pots - Swatches

MAC Pro Longwear Makeup Collection - Paint Pots - Swatches

Introducing new shades of Pro Longwear for eyes and face. Ranging from light to dark to perfectly match any skin tone, Pro Longwear Foundation and Concealer keep skin fresh and flawless in formulas lasting up to 15 hours. Pro Longwear Paint Pots deliver highly dimensional colour with a luxurious finish while Pro Longwear Eye Liner defines eyes with a dense, water-resistant formula that glides on comfortably and stays for 12 hours, in seven new shades from eggplant to brilliant sheer gold.  Scroll on for swatches.

MAC Pro Longwear Makeup Collection Paint Pots Swatches Layin Low Contructivist Rubenesque Painterly Chrome Angel Tailor Grey - Perky Stormy Pink Antique Diamond Lets Skate Blackground Camel Coat Indian Darker Skin Beauty Blog
MAC Pro Longwear Paint Pots - Swatches
MAC Pro Longwear Makeup Collection Paint Pots Swatches Layin Low Contructivist Rubenesque Painterly Chrome Angel Tailor Grey Perky Stormy Pink Antique Diamond Lets Skate Blackground Camel Coat Indian Darker Skin Beauty Blog
MAC Pro Longwear Paint Pots - Swatches
Layin' Low - Creamy beige
Constructivist - Metallic brown with red pearl
Rubenesque - Golden peach with gold pearl
Painterly
Chrome Angel - Platinum silver
Tailor Grey - Muted grey
MAC Pro Longwear Makeup Collection Paint Pots Swatches Layin Low Contructivist Rubenesque Painterly Chrome Angel Tailor Grey Perky Stormy Pink Antique Diamond Lets Skate Blackground Camel Coat Indian Darker Skin Beauty Blog
MAC Pro Longwear Paint Pots - Swatches
Perky - Cream coral with white pearl
Stormy Pink - Muted grey purple
Antique Diamond - Frosted olive silver
Let's Skate - Pale pink with pearl
Blackground - Black gray with multicolor
Camel Coat - Muted beige

MAC Pro Longwear makeup collection including Paint Pots is available at Nordstrom (in-store and online) and maccosmetics.com and MAC counters.

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MAC Eyeshadows - Part I

12 comments:

  1. not really feeling the new ones.... how abt you?

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  2. Oooohhh,Layin' Low and Camel Coat look great. Love the swatches!

    P.S Have you seen the holiday offerings yet? Tarte and Urban Decay have theirs out already! I think you may like UD's Anarchy face case, they have some lovely shades in there.

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    1. Layin' Low would be a good match for my skin tone, I guess (blended out, of course). Anarchy does look nice, doesn't it?

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  3. Finally they are bring out Layin'Low again..it was out in Fafi collection way back..i have been eyeing it ever since! its perfect for indian skin tones especially for hiding dark eye lids without ashy effect!

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  4. What do you all wear with Layin Low? It was recommended to me and for matte days I normally stick with Painterly... so I am a little out of my element with this one.

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  5. Do you have any suggestions about which shadows work well with Layin Low. I normally stick with Painterly for my matte days. Someone suggested I try this paint pot and am completely out of my element.

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  6. Layin Low is same as my skin tone on my eyes..it really doesn't make any difference what colors I use over it. Plus, I am very much a brown/neutral shadows girl :D

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  7. I have never worn these paint pots. How do you wear them, under a regular shadow of the same colour? They look thick and dry. I would love to know how these work!

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  9. Hi Diz! They are like regular paintpots..I just swatched them with a Q-tip so the swatches came on thicker..as a lot of people pointed out elsewhere :P :P spackled on :D :D I realized later probably wasn't the best way to swatch them, but I was lookign to show the color rather than the texture as such :(

    You would apply a thin layer of these all over eyelids..kind of like how you would apply a concealer or a primer, perhaps, and then use any eyeshadow over it or use these on their own. They do set to a relatively non-budgy finish. I haven't tried it myself, though, on my lids...must try one some time, but I just feel I would never use up an entire pot and will just end up throwing it away mostly unused once it dries..which is what happens with my liners :(

    Try the Maybelline Color Tattoos if these look interestign..those are cheaper, and you will get an idea if it's something you would like/use :D

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  10. Hi Radhika! Thanks so much for clarifying (sorry for my late reply). After seeing your swatches I ended up going to the MAC story and trying the 'Groundwork' paint pot which is fairly close to my lid color. It really does help the e/s stay put, so i'm looking forward to seeing how that works for me :) Liz (Diz)

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