Coloressence Panstick Review and Swatches

Coloressence Panstick Review and Swatches
Hello Beauties,
This Coloressence Panstick is which I got almost a year
back. I am not a big fan for pan sticks and pan sticks are tend to make your
face cakey if not applied properly. But, I wanted to try this pan stick instead
of splurge my money on high end brand pan sticks. I have Coloressense Lipsticks
and Kajal and like them as well, so what about this Panstick? Let us see it in
the Review…
About the Product:

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Coloressense Panstick Review and Swatches

Coloressence Panstick

Price 185 Rs for 12.5 g
Shelf life not mentioned
You can buy it from their outlets or buy at online beauty
stores like Jabong, flipkart, Slassy

Product Description:
Foundation Stick – It provides a long lasting finished base on the skin, with its moisture balancing and anti-aging formula. Its special components protects the skin against harmful effects of UV rays. It gives a smooth application to cover the flaws of the skin. Can also be used as concealer to give a flawless look to the skin.

Active Ingredients: Cephalipin & Clove oil

My Experience with Coloressence Pan Stick:

The packaging of Coloressense Pan Stick looks like a big
lipstick holder and of course every panstick comes like this kind of packaging.
This is black colour packaging and very easy to carry with you.

The Shade:

I have bought Natural Brown FS-1 shade for my medium skin
tone. I think this shade will suits for medium to fair skin tones as well.  When you swatch this shade on your hand or
face it looks bit orange and after blending it looks so natural.

The smell & Texture:
I don’t like the smell and it is somewhat resembles clove
oil, the texture is thick creamy one and almost it acts as a good concealer for
your skin.
My Take:
Coloressense Pan Stick is a good concealer rather than a pan
stick. The texture is thick and hides minor to medium imperfections and dark
circles. It gives you a natural look, but blending will be little tricky, go
for a foundation sponge if you are not confident in your finger blending. I
would suggest using a good moisturizer base for both oily and dry skin. Because
the Coloressense Pan Stick won’t blend on bare skin easily and may leave dry
skin patch.


I expected this panstick will stay for more time, but it
stays on my oily skin hardly for 2 hours. It gives matte finish in the starting
and later it melts on the face. It looks shiny and oily, you need to touch up
after 2 hours. It does brighten the face when applied, but it is not long
lasting. This shade Natural brown suits for me very well and gives very natural
finish. I use this panstick for short time outings. I think this product will
stay more time in dry skin than oily skin. Overall this is a good product for
the price.

My Likes with Coloressence Pan Stick:

Affordable and travel friendly
Gives good coverage medium to buildable.
Hides mild imperfections and dark circles without much
Suitable for dry to combination skin types and no
Not tested on animals and natural ingredients.
Act as a concealer.

My Dislikes with Coloressence Pan Stick:

No full ingredient list.
Weird smell.
Low staying power on oily skin.

Final Verdict:
Coloressence Pan Stick will be a best buy if you have dry to
combination skin and searching for a good panstick. Do give a try it is decent product
and affordable too.
I hope My Review will be helpful for you all,
Thanks and please do share your comments…
With Love Radha…


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