Where you can buy it: Amazon, Ulta, CVS, Riteaid, Etc.
Their price: $6.99
What they rated it: 5 out of 5
What they said: "Wow! This product is really impressive! Bought it the other day and it wore beautifully. It is creamy and really pigmented,you don't need alot to get great payoff. I could see this lasting me a long time. But to put it to the ultimate test I put it on at 9 am, knowing that i was going to the gym later on. At 6pm I went to a cycling class at the gym, and for those of you who have gone to one, you know how sweaty you get. Well after the hour long class I checked to see if it was still on and it was! It was as if I just put it on. No creasing or flaking! I got the bronze one and I will go back to get more. I will definitely repurchase. *I forgot to add that I have really oily skin and lids, which is why I'm so amazed at the staying power." -cassie11 (MakeupAlley Review)
Where I bought it: CVS
My price: 3 at $6.99, with $5 back.
What I rate it: 5 Stars out of 5
What I say:I have been debating on buying myself a Mac Paint Pot for a while now, majorly because everyone raves about them on YouTube and they really make life so much easier. One morning I woke up to see that a YouTuber that I completely idolize(saaammage) did a review on them, and I watch all her videos so I checked it out. She named them a Mac Paint Pot Dupe. So I was obviously all over that. I was weary because YouTube hype is iffy, like Julep, which I will do a post about it after I make a video about it. But after I purchased them and played with them a bit I was pleasantly surprised. They are really (as they say) long wear and they are so versatile because you can use them as a primer, a base, or as a shadow. They really remind me of this product I used to use in the 8th grade by Rimmel London, it was like a small square of gel shadow. Overall I am really happy with the three I choose, and will be going back to get a few more ;)