MAC • Untitled Paint • Eye Shadow
|Would buy this product again.||84%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
Picked this up at my local CCO. I just use this as an eyeshadow and it makes my blue eyes pop! Matches my skin perfectly.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
Oozes like crazy... Seriously? Ive never seen anything like that. Yes ive read reviews about people experiencing the same problem, but i just thought maybe they were exaggerating a bit.Or that i would be luckier..Well that wasnt the case, obviously. Every time i open it, it oozes...The quality is bad, not creamy , makes it extremely difficult to apply the eyeshadow and the worst of all since my eyelids are kinda oily and "wrinkly" due to the texture of the skin, it emphasizes the skin's"wrinkles".. As a result not only the eyeshadows cannot be applied evenly, but also the "wrinkles" look worse..
If you have "wrinkly", oily eyelids stay away from paints. At least from UNTITLED. Back to mac..
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Hazel
Words cannot describe how much I love this product. I bought my first tube about 2 years ago and despite using it EVERY SINGLE DAY I am only just coming to the end of it!
I remember when I first got this, and wasn't too sure whether I had just been scammed as I was not entirely convinced that this little tube would have any effect on my eyeshadow staying power, despite assurances from the mua that this product is a staple in her make up bag. Out of all of my make up, this has by far lasted the longest. You literally just need to smudge a little of it onto the tip of your finger and apply over your lid - a little goes a long way - I find that sometimes if I have tried to put a little too much on it sticks to my eyelashes, although that's my fault and not the paints!
As someone who has oily skin, and unfortunately oily lids, my eyeshadow slides off without applying this first. I've never found that my eyeshadow creases when using this which is fab! Some people have mentioned that they use this alone as an eyeshadow itself, but it matches my eyelid colour exactly so there would be no point in doing this :) (I am an NC25 for reference).
It's £13.50 in the UK, and definately a bargin in my book. Normally when a product runs out I rush to buy something else and rarely repurchase even if the product is good, just because there are so many different products out and I want to try them all, however I'm a firm believer of the 'don't fix what ain't broke' motto in this case, and will definately be repurchasing this when it finally runs out.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Very Oily, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I wish I had discovered this years ago. It looks fabulous with my dark brown eyes and cool, pinky skin tone. This product covers the significant discoloration on my eyelids and leaves a nice, slightly frosty "almost natural" look. I wear it alone most days with some eyeliner. It also works well as a "base" color, with some plum shadow near the crease. I recommend applying it with a brush (the sales lady recommended a great one), as a brush allows exact application and prevents waste. By the way, I do the Carmindy trick of applying a dab on my tear duct area. This is great for that!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm Hair: Brown, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Green
This works brilliantly as an eyeshadow primer. I much prefer it to UDPP or TFSI. It blends easily on eyelids and makes the shadows really stick. it does not change the color of the shadows at all. My shadows stay put and DO NOT crease at all with this - even after all day of wear. In fact I wore this for my wedding, and my shadows stayed put for all the events & photographed well :). This stuff can also be used if you just want to cover up any discoloration on the lid, like a concealer, but better. creates the perfect blank canvas, whether you want to add shadow on top or not. Oh! and it lasts forever. I have had my tube for 2 years, use it frequently, and it is still going strong!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Hazel
LOVE IT! I'm on my second tube of this and I can't remember when I bought it, it has been that long ago. This stuff lasts forever and is the best eye shadow base that does more than just prime. It is so beautiful by itself but far too pale for my liking. Paired with a darker shadow, it never creases, gets oily or dries out my eyes. LOVE IT!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Blond Eyes: Hazel
Before you look at the pictures please believe me when I say they don't do justice to the product and aren't an accurate representation of the true colour. This is a perfect example of why it is best to test products before purchasing them. When I saw swatches of this paint on MUA and blogs I just thought it was another Bare Canvas Paint but than I checked the MAC website to discover it being described as a, 'light toned greyed mauve with slight shimmer' so I had to check it out for myself. The above description is pretty accurate, in some lights it looks more grey and others more pink. I recommend Untitled as a base for light purple and pink toned eyeshadows, like MAC's Yogurt eyeshadow. While this Paint isn't outstanding by any means, I would still recommend it as a good base for like colours. I give it a thumbs up.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Very Dry, Fair Hair: Red Eyes: Hazel
i absolutely adore this product as an eyeshadow base. Let me start by saying I have BIG eyes, and therefore I crease very easily. This is the ONLY product that I know will last me all day with no creasing or fading, and as a pasty pasty white girl (lighter than NC15), it doesn't give me all kinds of weird discolouration to cover up. Definitely my favourite base.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Coarse Eyes: Brown
I have been using this product for 8 years, since my first prom at age 16. For reference, my skin is NW20. I've also tried paints in Bare Canvas (nice, but tends to get a bit streaky), Sublime Nature (horrid recommendation from the girl when Untitled was out of stock), and another neutral color, pink, and gunmetal grey that have since been discontinued. NOTHING keeps my shadow and liner as crease-free as this paint--and I have tried everything from UDPP (overrated, more expensive, runs out more quickly) to Guerlain, which I like but cannot justify paying for when its performance is not mind-blowing. Granted, the packaging for paints is freaking annoying--you will wind of squirting out a bunch when you first open the product, just like with anything in a metal tube. Honestly it's nothing to freak out about though; I've had paints last for literally years and I use them nearly every day, so if you can't get the extra transferred to another jar before it dries I promise you've still got plenty of uses in the package. Most people probably get by with using MAC's Paint pot in painterly, which has a similar color but is more ergonomically packaged (it also is creamier than a traditional paint and thus less drying to the lids...but subsequently less effective, IMO.) However, I will be sticking to the paint in Untitled...if you're looking for an eye-shadow base that suits all ranges of colors and have found yourself unimpressed with TFSI, UDPP, FY-eye and all the other popular bases on the market, i urge you to the try this one.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Brown, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Blue
Great color and consistency. The problem starts with the packaging- it oozes every single time, even when I don't even touch the tube!! I have to use 3/4 of it in order for it to stop oozing. Shame to waist so much product :( another thing to watch out for is to moisture well before using it, and not to use too much products or it will look horrible. All in all its a good product, and I will but again
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
They need to make up a Novel Prize for Cosmetics, and give it to the people who invented this stuff. My eyelids spontaneously remove makeup within minutes, particularly eyeliner. This is the only product I've ever tried (and I've tried lots) that keeps my shadow and liner on and does not crease. As a bonus, it's sort of a pinky beige that happens to make me look more awake. I also use Bare Canvas and Sublime Nature, but this is my favorite. The tube format can be a little testy, so make sure you store it where nothing else is touching it or too much product will come out.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Black Eyes: Hazel
This is one of my staple paints and bases. It can make colours like sushi flower look really gorgeous on the outer fourth, and can also look very pretty on its own with something like cork in the crease.
It may be kind of expensive for a small (annoying) tube, but it's totally worth it because you really don't need much at all. A little goes a long way with this product.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
So I go into Mac on the hunt for a blue eyeshadow. As I pick my colour, the SA says 'Let me show you the difference when you use this Paint as a primer' She glides it on her hand, then swipes the colour over- WOW! What a difference. 'I'LL TAKE IT' I say. See the price of £12 ching up on the till. FKS SAKE! i think. But when I get home and play with it- I am glad that I bought it. Makes such a difference. I do think it's expensive for what you get- but I am praying it lasts forever!!!!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
i reeeeeally like this as a base. its absolutely the most perfect shade base for my skin. it has a warmer tone to it, its a tiny bit pinkish. its a pinkish beige. its a little ashy, like haircolors can be ashy- it isnt gray, its just a low, faded looking tone, if that makes sense. the product dries kind of like powder but not really. it just isnt sticky and liquidy... it isnt crusty, either, i cant explain it. its nice though, and easy to apply eyeshadow on top of. a lot of people have a problem with the tube, but i find this makes it so a bunch doesnt spurt out: hold your finger with light pressure on the uncapped tip and VERY gently squeeze the sides, while letting your finger up VERY slowly and gently. only lift your finger enough for as much to come out as you want to use, stop squeezing, and slide your finger off. put the cap back on quickly. ive never had ANY problems with too much product coming out this way. i will repurchase for sure.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
A friend of mine suggested I use this as a primer because I ran out of my UDPP. I have combination/oily skin so making my shadow last all day is near impossible without a good primer. I bought this because I liked the packaging, the consistency, and the neutral color that could be worn as a base or all alone.
I've found, however, that this does not work for me as a primer. By the end of the day I was noticing some creasing. Not a lot, but enough to know that this is not going to work for me like UDPP does. This morning I used UDPP with Untitled on top and so far so good. No creasing.
I love this color. Very pinky-grey and neutral enough to wear everyday alone or with other colors. I'm happy and will repurchase, but am only giving 4 lippies based on the creasing factor.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Kinky, Medium Eyes: Hazel
. this is my favorite paint/base ever..
i really like bare canvas, its nice for any look you want to do. but untitled is the color i would make if i could design a colored paint for myself. its so pretty
i gray/mauve. its hard to explain, its really natural and extremely unique. i have never seen a color like this before.
extremely creamy, doesn't dry really quick like a paint pot so you can work with it a little more.
this is such an amazing staple in my collection, i have tried many paint pots and paints, and all in all this is the best out there for me. if you like a neutral..this is for you..if you like dramatic..this is for you. you cant go wrong. unless you don't like gray.
i will call this my [hg] everyday base, i will use this until its gone, and buy more. if i find out its being discontinued..i will stock up!
if you have any questions about this paint, or any others, id be happy to help =]
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Blue
I really want to like this. I loved it the first couple of times I used it. A closer look however showed how creapy my eyes really are! OMG!! I had no idea they were so bad... I put a little more moisturizer over it and it did blend it better. I tried again today. The jury's still out... Maybe I'm being too critical of myself, but the last thing I want in an eyeshadow is to accentuate my lines. I won't repurchase.
Update: This does work pretty well if I make sure I moisturize with Clarins eye cream first & blend well before the moisturizer sinks in. The color is great!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Hazel
I love mac paints because you can use them for several different reasons. you can use them as eyeshadow bases, regular eyeshadow (for a little bit of shimmer) to highlight your cheeks, etc. What I like MOST about these, is that you only need a TINY amount because the oil from your fingers spreads out the product, therefore it lasts a long time. i've had mine for over a year & still have plenty left (I use it everyday if that helps). it's better than UDPP in my opinion, because you don't have to cut open the freakin bottle or take out the plastic tube thing inside of it to get more product. that's too much of a hassle for me, 7 this is much more convenient and CHEAPER in the long run! I recommend this to anyone and EVERYONE in need of an eyeshadow base, neutral or natural eyeshadow, or a highlight for their cheekbones or eyeshadow. it's great to use on the go too.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette, Straight Eyes: Hazel
I have not found any product that gives your eyeshadows such great staying power and brings out the intensity of the colors as much as this paint does. I have used TFSI (which IMO was great for making the colors show up vibrantly, but had crap staying power) and UDPP (which I love, but doesn't make the colors pop as much) but neither are even close to Untitled.
The texture of this product is very creamy and applies like a dream. The only thing that I dont love about it, is the tube. Its very easy to squeeze way too much out at one time. I also love that It makes your shadows blend easier. I would recommend this product for anyone.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
I feel like I am going to have a breakdown as I just read that MAC is going to discontinue this!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!? Read this very clearly: THERE IS NO OTHER COLOR IN MAC'S COLLECTION LIKE THIS AND NOTHING WITH THE CREAMINESS OR STAYING POWER. I am on my third tube of untitled. There is simply no other eyeshadow that I could not live without other than this. I know that I am being dramatic but the texture and color is unique! I use this as a base for quarry, amber lights, Fig 1 and many others and it brings out the color of my green eyes....if I wear this I always get compliments! It seems to make me look rested for some reason.
Anyhow...I will have to go and buy case loads of the stuff before MAC goes and breaks my heart by discontinuing this.