Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Review - Christine Professional Paint Stick [CN-CONTOURING]

Ladies, how many of you actually do contouring and highlighting with your makeup? And how many of you actually do know how to do that? While we normally ignore the contouring and highlighting with our daily routine of makeup, this actually makes a lot of difference on your face. For proper contour and highlight, though, you need proper tools as well as proper products.

There are many contouring powders, creams and sticks available in market which serve good purpose. I have tried one of them recently and want to share my review with you. It's Christine Makeup stick in CN-Contouring. Christine provides a variety of shades and you can choose according to your current skin shade and level of depth required in the contouring. I used CN-Oriental shade from Christine previously for the contour but wanted some more depth so tried this one which is specifically made for the contouring purpose. The shade name CN-Contouring says it all.
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Christine Professional Paint Stick - CN-CONTOURING

Where to Buy?

I ordered it from Saloni.pk for 440 Rs. and it took a while in getting delivered. However, the Saloni.pk customer service was very kind to keep me updated on the order status and was always courteous whenever I inquired about my order.

Product Details:

Now let's come to the actual product. Comes in a black box which is quite a proper packing with a black colored stick inside with a revolving head as most of the sticks are. The packing is a bit sturdy and compact for travelling or keeping in your purse for on the go touchups.

The stick comes with an amazing fragrance which is the first plus point for me. I somehow like the fragrance quite a lot and really keep on sniffing it whenever I open it :) Consistency of the creamy stick is good enough and the pigmentation is good as well. The shade is proper for contouring and is blendable so you can blend it as much you want. Takes a little bit of effort in getting properly blended though. I use dome shaped brush to blend my contouring normally and it works well. However, it can be blended with a beauty blender or even hands as well. Staying power of the color is good enough as it also depends on the base you are applying it on. I normally apply the contouring stick over my usual base but some people also put it directly over the skin to get the detailed contoured look.

Overall, I am satisfied with this product and will continue its use. I have used contouring powders in the past but this one has been better amongst all the contouring products I have used so far (with a reasonable price of course).

Have you guys used this or any other contouring products? Do share your comments below and let me know your feedback :)

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