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MAC Quite Natural Paint Pot

I have an eternal love affair with my MAC painterly paint pot, so much so that I would pick it as a base over Urban Decay’s primer portion any day!

However, since the Maybelline 24 hour color tattoos came out, I haven’t been tempted to walked into MAC to get a new pot until I found out about Quite Natural.

MAC Quite Natural Paint Pot

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MAC Quite Natural paint pot is a warm, medium brown. It has very nice pigmentation. The draw back with this cream shadow is that it has a dryer consistency in comparison to other paint pots.

My interest in this paint pot was sparked when I saw Sian from SianShutterbug use it to fill in her brows. I would imagine that it makes an excellent brow filler considering its dryer consistency.

I picked it up with the intention of using it as an eyeshadow base. It sets quicker than painterly so I tend to apply and blend it out one eye at a time. It can be worn alone, but I like the effect it gives when worn under brown shadows.

What paint pots or cream shadows do you have in your stash?

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  • http://www.beautyfiends.net/ Julia

    I use Bare Study as my base. It has a bit of a shimmer to it but matte colours cover it well and frost and satin blend in easily. It’s more sheer than Painterly but I think that’s why I like it.