Monday, 19 March 2012

Smokey Eyes using 'Geniune Treasure' Paint Pot - Picture Tutorial

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MAC recently released it Post Paradise Collection in India which, has 8 new paint pots. Unbelievable, isn't it? I always get tempted with Paint Pots, because, they have awesome pigmentation and they can be used either on their own or as base underneath eyeshadows.

I picked up 3 paint pots from this collection - Genuine Treasure, Idyllic and Half Wild. Genuine Treasure being most gorgeous and attention seeking shade - antiqued bronze full of chunky gold glitter. I have read a lot of people saying this as the paint pot version of MAC's Antiqued Gold Glitter Pigment. I don't have the pigment, so can't say much about it. But the shade is to die for and is dead gorgeous and is awesome for smokey eyes. It would look best when used on it's own. Underneath the eyeshadow, it's beauty would be overshadowed with the eyeshadow shade.

Price: INR 1350/- (MAC have recently increased their prices)

Here are the pictures, swatches and make-up look using this paint pot.





Products Used:
Face:
  • Eve Pearl Salmon Concealer in Dark
  • Clinique Anti blemish foundation #6
  • MAC Select Cover up concealer in NC43
  • MAC blush in Mocha
  • Nars Albatross
Eyes: 
  • MAC Black Ground paint pot
  • MAC Genuine Treasure paint pot
  • MAC Wedge eyeshadow
  • MAC Vanila pigment
  • Clinique Gel Eyeliner True Black
  • Urban Decay 24/7 glide on eyeliner pencil Zero
  • Revlon Grow Luscious Mascara
Lips:
  • Revlon Color Burst Lipstick Blush
  • Estee' Lauder lipgloss Sugar Rush
Here is step by step tutorial of smokey eyes using the paint pot:
  • Step 1: Apply MAC Black Ground paint pot as base all over the lid and fading towards the crease.
  • Step 2: Apply MAC Wedge e/s in the crease to blend out the black base.


  • Step 3: Apply Genuine Treasure paint pot using a synthetic flat shader brush on the black base.



  • Step 4: Blend out harsh edges using MAC Wedge e/s

  • Step 5: Apply the same black paint pot underneath the lower lash line and smudge it using MAC Carbon e/s
  • Step 6: Apply black eyeliner (Clinique True Black) the upper lash line and black pencil liner on the lower lash line (Urban Decay 24/7 Glide-on eyeliner pencil in Zero) 
  • Step 7: Apply MAC Vanila Pigment in the inner tear duct and under the brows as brow highlight. 
  • Step 8: Apply good two coats of black Mascara (Revlon Grow Luscious Mascara)



Here are some more close-up pictures and pictures of the full face:


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Hope you liked the look and the paint pot. Which product did you buy from the Post Paradise Collection?

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Love
Eesha 

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