Meet my new obsession – MAC Pro Longwear Paint Pot in Groundwork alongside Quite Natural. I had a make-up lesson last week with Lina Cameron (HERE) and she introduced me to Groundwork. I’m really not sure how I’ve ever got along without this shade.
It’s the kind of easy taupe over which you can build almost any other colour – and it does not move from the lid (in fact, you need to put some effort in to remove it). I often do make-up ‘lite’ if I’m not going anywhere – sometimes, even if I am – and Groundwork is just as great on its own as a me-but-better kind of lid shade. It’s near neighbour, Quite Natural, is either natural for darker tones or a base light brown for any tone. They’re both completely flat matte – Lina applied mine with a brush even though it’s a creme (yes, I probably would just have stuck my finger straight in there) and so I’ve stuck to that plan. I’m so thrilled with this find – the perfect base-shade has been a long quest – I am grateful to have finally found it! Better yet, you can mix it with other creme shades (I haven’t tried this yet, but am looking at the Max Factor Excess Shimmers right now and wondering…. ) to tone colours.. honestly, I feel like this is such a find! I know MAC fans will know this product like the back of their hands, but it’s new to me and I’m in love!
MAC Pro Longwear Paint Pot in Groundwork is £15.50 HERE.
The review of my lesson with Lina is HERE.
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