This is another of the hotpots that I have, a pretty peachy copper shade as the name goes :).
If you want to see the swatches of all the hot hot pots that I have visit this link: http://celebratingfeminity.com/2012/11/29/coastal-scents-hotpot-swatches/
The Shade and texture: A pinkish peachy shade which has golden shimmers, which look chunky, but lends a satin finish upon blending. A wearable shade and easy to carry off. Its heavily pigmented and a light swipe picks a lot of color but it falls off to a great extent. Owing to this, its difficult to work with and makes the makeup process quite messy. So When I use this, I do the eye makeup first and then follow up with the face makeup, which means I do the base also after being over with the eye makeup.
The pigmentation: Its heavily pigmented. A light swipe picks a lot of color.
The Lasting: It lasts for three hours on me without budging when used with a primer. Without primer, I would not recommend to use this.
My say: I am happy with this shade. This is a really pretty shade which is great for Indian wear and bridal makeup. Looks good all by itself and also when paired with gold, purple, brown etc. Quite similar to the shade expensive pink from MAC, but the quality is inferior likewise , it falls off a lot.
Price: $2 at their website
Summary: Worth the price as per the quality. Worth buying only for the shade or color. The cons are it falls off to a great extent which makes it difficult to deal with and non availability in India.
Product Score: 3.5/5