Coloressence Dual Colour Premium Eye Shades in Blue Moon

by Nazema on September 12, 2013 · 10 comments

Coloressence Dual Colour Premium Eye Shades in Blue Moon

Hello my friends,

Hope everyone is doing great. I would like to thank all for the encouragement I got for my first review and it really feels great to be an IMBBian :) now, and so I am back with another review. Today I will be reviewing Coloressence Dual Colour Premium Eye Shade in Blue Moon (light blue and dark blue).

Coloressence Dual Colour Premium Eye Shades in Blue Moon

I got this one when I was just beginning to collect makeup products and depended on SAs completely (now it’s just IMBB for me). I went to the store and asked for a white eyeliner pencil but, as it was not available, I asked for a silver eyeliner and the SA showed me this one and swatched on my hand, maybe because of the lights it looked silver to me and I bought it without even checking the label (how foolish of me). But to my surprise when I checked it at home I realized that it’s a different shade and also that it is an eye shadow pencil rather than an eye liner pencil. So that was my small story just to let you all know how misleading the SAs can be, now lets begin with the review.

Coloressence Dual Colour Premium Eye Shades in Blue Moon (5)

Price: 225 INR for 4 g.

Ingredients: Not mentioned.

My experience with Coloressence Dual Colour Premium Eye Shades in Blue Moon:

Even though it is an eye shadow I tried using it on my waterline. Both the colors looked splendid but could not stay even for 20 minutes or so and started smudging making my eyes look horrible at the end, and it did sting for a while. I used it again on the waterline after applying primer, foundation, and compact around the eye area to prevent it from smudging and then it stayed for around 2 to 3 hours but it did make my under eye area slightly bluish. I did this because the dark blue shade looked really good on the waterline and I wanted it not to smudge but it did. I love both the colors and when I line the upper eyelid with this it stays for quite a few hours and looks good too. So I was happy that at least I could use it this way. It gives a popping effect to my small eyes which I love the most. The product is shiny, smooth, and has no glitters. As an eye shadow it stays for a maximum 3 hours and creases badly, maybe a good base will make it stay longer. I hate the creasing part so I don’t use it as an eye shadow. It transfers very easily to your fingers and it requires a makeup remover to completely get rid of it.

Coloressence Dual Colour Premium Eye Shades in Blue Moon (1)

Pros of Coloressence Dual Colour Premium Eye Shades in Blue Moon:

1. Smooth and creamy formula.
2. Quantity is good.
3. Comes with a sharpener.
4. Decently priced and easy to use.
5. Can be used to line the upper eyelid.
6. Vibrant colors.

Cons of Coloressence Dual Colour Premium Eye Shades in Blue Moon:

1. It is transferable.
2. Creases badly.
3. Cannot be used on the waterline.
4. No ingredients list.
5. The sharpener is fragile and even the light blue creamy part of the pencil came out on its own as you can see in the image.

Coloressence Dual Colour Premium Eye Shades in Blue Moon (2)
IMBB Rating: 2.8/5.

Do I Recommend Coloressence Dual Colour Premium Eye Shades in Blue Moon?

It is an okay product. I recommend this to beginners for the ease of application and affordability.

Coloressence Dual Colour Premium Eye Shades in Blue Moon swatches

Can anyone please suggest me a matte bronzer and a matte highlighter? Need them badly. Until next time, take care everyone. Love you all.

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{ 10 comments… read them below or add one }

neha September 12, 2013 at 2:36 pm

i like how pigmented these aee *clap*

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nazema September 12, 2013 at 4:43 pm

i like it tooo neha di.. :D

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Jyoti September 12, 2013 at 3:19 pm

I remember Oriflame had such duos.. they worked good for me… *powder*

colors are really attractive.. *drool* and i too love blue on my waterline *haan ji*

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nazema September 12, 2013 at 4:45 pm

Yes jyoti the colors are amazing *happy dance* but the staying power on waterline *cry*

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arja September 12, 2013 at 4:00 pm

matte bronzer – Bourjois had one – very pretty chocolate squares -check for the old stock. OR use loreal true match powder in cocoa. Highlighter – try a lighter shade of concealer maybe. Revlon photoready concealers- check those. Mac has sculpting palettes and creams as well.

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nazema September 12, 2013 at 4:47 pm

*thankyou* arja i will definitely get any of these

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saloni..!! September 12, 2013 at 6:20 pm

The colours are sooo pretty na *happy dance* *happy dance* if it was good then i would have totally bought it looking at the pigmentation *happy dance* *happy dance*

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nazema September 12, 2013 at 7:18 pm

*happy dance* yeah saloni they are very pretty indeed *haan ji*

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Rati September 13, 2013 at 12:03 am

it looks like such a nice concept. but sad it did not turn out to be that great! Dont they test before launching the products *hunterwali* *hunterwali* lakme has that bronzer cum highlighter dup in their absolute range. check that? http://makeupandbeauty.com/lakme-absolute-moon-lit-highlighter-review-swatches/

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nazema September 13, 2013 at 12:32 am

will check it out Rati di Thankoo *puchhi*
sacchi *headbang* they could have worked a bit more on the quality *hunterwali*

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