File this post under Living Under a Rock. I have only recently discovered MAC Paint Pots, and mama like!
I got Coral Crepe awhile ago, used it twice, and completely forgot about it. The recent release of a collection chock full of Paint Pots peaked my interest.
The only permanent color pictured here is Groundwork.
I have found the best technique for me is patting on a thin layer with my index finger. They make a wonderful base to help shadow last without creasing. I also find that they help intensify the shadow color in a way regular primers do not.
Coral Crepe is a medium peachy coral. Nubile is a softly shimmery light pink. Groundwork is a warm light brown with subtle shimmer. Genuine Treasure is an antiqued grey gold with tons of shimmer. I find it best used as a shadow topper, not a base.
If you haven't checked out MAC Paint Pots, I highly recommend giving them a look!