Coloressence Satin Eye Shades Fire Desire: Review and Swatches
Coloressence Satin Eye Shades Fire Desire trio comes in a sleek black box with a rectangular transparent section on the top; it makes it easy to recognize the colors without opening the lid. The box also has a small mirror to help apply the shadows if no other mirror is available. The trio comes with a dual-sided sponge applicator. The packaging is just average, but some points make it good for traveling.
Price: INR 599 (BUY HERE)
Product Quantity: 2.5X3
Terminalia Belerica, Soyabean Oil (these were the only ingredients I was able to find online)
Give your skin an instantly fresh and youthful glow with this pre-makeup base. Coloressence, an arm of Nature’s Essence offers the most intricate blend of pigments and ingredients to weave a top of the shelf Bridal/Exclusive Vanity Set. It is equipped with all that a bride/modern woman would ever want to keep alongside her at such a special moment where all eyes are placed upon her.
- The trio gives a satin, smooth finish and makes for a perfect coverage base for the eyes
• It provides rich color coverage, which is easy to apply and blend
• Formulated to minimize the risk of allergies
• Long lasting
My take on Coloressence Satin Eye Shades Fire Desire:
Whenever we think of a trio, we always expect it to have 3 colors that can work well together. Fire desire almost fulfills these expectations. The first color is a deep brown followed by a bronze and the lightest shade is a satiny shade of cream (which looks more like a golden on lids). None of these shades have shimmers, but they are not even matte. All the 3 colors have a metallic sheen to them which makes the trio perfect for functions.
All the 3 shades are highly pigmented when swatched on hands, but somehow they don’t come as pigmented on the lids. On hands, one swipe is enough for a beautiful color, but to get the same intensity color on lids, 2-3 coats are required. All the colors are smooth to apply and they can easily be blended (some of the colors may be lost while blending).
The staying power is average; they can easily stay for around 3-4 hours without creasing. I wanted to use the light color as a highlighter, but with so much shine on the lids, it did not look good. But if only the bronze and brown are used to create an eye look, the lightest shade looks stunning on the inner corner and on the brow bone, it gives the exact required thing.
One thing I was a little unhappy about was the fallout. To get the desired color intensity, I had to dig my brush into the pan 3-4 times, which made too much of the color to fall. Thankfully the fallout was restricted to only the pan, but due to this some of the product gets wasted every time the shadows are used.
Pros of Coloressence Satin Eye Shades Fire Desire:
- Good color selection
- Easily available
- Decent Pigmentation
- Decent staying power
Cons of Coloressence Satin Eye Shades Fire Desire:
- The shadows have a major fallout
- Not so travel-friendly packaging