MAC Cosmetics Camel Coat Paint Pot review

MAC Cosmetics Camel Coat Paint Pot review

My MAC Paint Pot collection is growing at a rapid pace. After an “accidental” trip to the MAC Pro store, I fell in love with Camel Coat. It’s the more neutral, slightly darker sister to my beloved Paint Pot in Painterly, and like Painterly it makes for a perfect neutral base.



CAMEL COAT is described as a muted beige (whereas Painterly is described as a nude beige).

 

MAC Camel Coat vs Painterly Paint Pot comparisonCamel Coat vs Painterly

MAC Camel Coat vs Painterly Paint Pot comparison swatch
Camel Coat has a real grey cast, slightly ashy whereas Painterly is more pink.

 

MAC Cosmetics Camel Coat Paint Pot look 1

On my lids, it is a soft neutral beige, perfect for wearing under a darker brown shimmer or pigment. I can use Painterly all the way up to my brow and almost as concealer, but Camel Coat is a bit too dark.

 

MAC Cosmetics Camel Coat Paint Pot look
It completely neutralizes any redness and evens out the colour, plus it’s nice for defining where the crease should be too. Especially good for a cut crease look (not that I can do that).

Stay tuned next week for another Paint Pot, I’m sure… because I can’t stop buying them.

MAC Paint Pots are (addictive)… $25 CAD and $21 USD online or instore!

  • ya I’m starting to want more of the paint pots too since i quite like soft ochre. i think this one would be a touch more grey than that. thanks for the painterly comparison! i’m thinking rubenesque next…

  • Ha ha ha! That meme is everything! Camel Coat looks amazing. Your Paint Pot posts always make me want to get Painterly out of the proverbial “corner”!