This paint pot is a beautiful dark, metallic brown with a red undertone. I purchased it more than a year ago, and it's still creamy when I apply it. To be honest, I purchased it and didn't wear it much on my eyes since I have other paint pots that I think are more complimentary under eye shadows, and on their own. I had to experiment to make it work for me, but I'm really glad I did.
I use this paint pot as a winged eyeliner, and can use it as a stand alone eye shadow or a base for darker, smokey eye looks. The red tone is really flattering on my Olive skin tone and stands out really nicely on my eyes. I can see how amazing this would be on lighter eyes, but also on deeper skintones.
Mainly, I use this paint pot for my eyebrows. I was inspired by the Anastasia Dip Brow products, and to my surprise, this paint pot actually worked well on my brows! I have thick, unruly brows, but I only use the paint pot when my brows are well-shaped and only need help with definition and making them look sparse. I would recommend Constructivist for use on the brows, especially if they are tamed and sharper in shape. I believe Anastasia's Auburn Dip Brow is very similar in colour and finish to this paint pot. I use a very light hand and an angled brush during application.
I'd like to try the Dip Brow someday, but using the paint pot for my brows helps to set them and make them last all day. My brows last longer than any other part of my make up. I am really pleased with the many uses I have for this product. Would definitely repurchase if it ever ran out, but it looks like it'll be a year or two before I even have to worry about that.
I recommend this paint pot to anyone. I think it would work with most skin types, undertones and eye colours.