Layin’ Low

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Layin’ Low
Skin Tone: Light-Medium, Skin Type: Oily, Undertone: Yellow

I love this paint pot so much! At first I kind of thought it may be too warm-toned on my already warm skin tone, but this is one of my fave everyday shades to wear. It’s so easy to apply; I like using the real techniques base shadow brush for application, and using the MAC 217 to blend any edges. It lasts all day at the office on my very oily eyelids, which is just the best quality about it. Amazing!

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Layin’ Low
Skin Tone: Light, Skin Type: Normal-to-Dry, Undertone: Yellow
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Layin’ Low
Skin Tone: Dark Tan, Skin Type: Combination, Undertone: Olive

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Product Information

  • Availability: Permanent
  • Finish: Matte
  • Color: Brown
  • Undertone: Warm

Temptalia Review

Layin’ Low is described as a “creamy beige.” It’s a warm-toned, medium-dark peachy-beige with a matte finish. This shade was previously released as a regular Paint Pot. It had nice, full color coverage and the texture wasn’t too thick or too thin. It blended out well on the lid and didn’t have any wear issues for twelve hours. Kat Von D Unrequited is similar but a powder. Bobbi Brown Terracotta is darker, powder. MAC Tete-a-tint is darker, powder. NARS Ramatuelle #3 is more orange, shimmery. Urban Decay Moonflower is warmer, more shimmery, powder. See comparison swatches.

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