Maybelline Poland has recently broadened the Color Tattoo colour range, introducing shades which have been available in the US for over a year now. I picked the one which I hadn't ordered from e-bay, namely #91Creme De Rose.
The shade is a very pale matte, rosy beige, which, when blended, is very similar to my natural skin colour. When brand new, this eyeshadow is creamy and rather soft, blends well without accentuating dry patches, though my experience tells me that Maybelline mattes dry out much faster than their shimmers.
The shade is a perfect neutraliser to tone down any discolouration on my eyelids and prep my eyelids before I apply powder eyeshadows. I've got some promininet and very noticeable veins and redness on my lids and this does a great job concealing them.
Used as an eyeshadow base, this cream product prolongs wear time and enhances eyeshadow performance.
This shade looked strangely familiar to me, so I rummaged through my stash and pulled out my beloved MAC Paint Pot in Painterly. Maybelline Color Tattoo in Creme De Rose is a perfect dupe for the aforementioned product by MAC. The only difference is that MAC is creamier and easier to apply and blend and it withstands the process of drying over time, but it's more expensive and less accessible, so if you're on a budget I strongly recommend Creme De Rose.