MAC Paint Pots: Coral Crepe, Groundwork
MAC Pret-a-Papier Collection: Chromagraphic Pencils & Paint Pots Review, Photos, Swatches
I am both a little surprised–but very delighted–to say that the Chromagraphic Pencils work wonderfully on the waterline. They look lovely–very fresh and awake–without being too light. I used NC/NW15 on my waterline as soon as I had finished photographing them (nobody likes to see used stuff photograph, yeah?), and here I am three hours later with it still hanging on. I’d definitely say to grab one when you’re able to if you’ve always wanted an easy way to open up and brighten your eyes.
Chromagraphic Pencil ($14.50 U.S. / $17.50 CDN)
- NC15/NW20 is a light nude with a creamy feel and look.
- NW25/NC30 is a yellower, deeper nude with the same creaminess as the other shade.
Paint Pot ($16.50 U.S. / $22.00 CDN)
- Coral Crepe is a reddened, darkened coral-orange with a slight golden sheen. It can be sheered out a bit, but it really goes on quite coral. I tried as a base, and it can definitely be worn on the eyes. I also tried it on the lips, and I’d vote nay on that in the future–very drying and chalky looking. Havne’t tried it on the cheeks, but you might be able to do that.
- Groundwork is a softened brown with a yellow undertone. This is a permanent shade.