CLAIM TO FAME: The first local multi-use tinted balm in a neutral-inspired hue
FAST FACTS: Versatile formula lets you lightly color cheeks, lids, and lips; leaves a subtle dewy finish on skin; moisturizes and protects with shea butter, vitamin E, and SPF 15; perfectly formulated for Filipina skin; comes in a cute compact for on-the-go gals
PERFECT FOR: A long-lasting standout glow
WHAT YOU GET: (1) Coloursnaps in Beachy
INGREDIENTS: Ethylhexyl, Methoxycinnamate, Beeswax (White), Ozokerite, Capric Triglyceride, Shea Butter Ethyl Esters, Dimethicone, Trimethylsiloxysilicate, Benzophenone 3, Petrolatum, Phenoxyethanol, Ethylhexylglycerin, DL-Aplha Tocopheryl Acetate, Bubble Gum, Titanium Dioxide Anastase, Castor Seed Oil.
May contain (+/-) CI15850-2, CI77491, CI77499, CI77718, CI15985, CI77492, CI45410-2, CI19140, CI15850
Using clean fingers, apply onto eyelids, cheeks, and lips. Blend with fingers.
Local label Colourette has steadily been growing its presence in the Philippine makeup scene with its too-tempting-to-resist Coloursticks. The brand aims to redefine cosmetics by offering unparalleled quality that not only enhances a woman’s beauty but also empowers her. Their cruelty-free makeup line is made with natural ingredients, and each cosmetic is carefully formulated to suit even sensitive skin types.
I bought this product in the shade Beachy in their physical store when this was first released (a few months ago) and I feel like I’ve hardly made a dent in it! This makes for an eays to blend cheek tint that gives you a natural dewy look with good staying power, and itks also lightweight. It also smells sooooo good! Not really a good lip tint tho cos it’s a bot hard to apply on the lips and it comes off pretty quickly, but I’ll def still buy this next time!about 1 month ago
I'm in this phase of looking for stuff to create a really glossy eye (on my oily skin, go figure), and when I found out about these Coloursnaps and how they could be used for the eyelids, I was sold. I've never actually tried Colourette before but they looked classy, so I wasn't worried. These are cheap as hell, considering that the brand kinda costs a little higher than most local cosmetics, so that was a plus. You get a lot of product, much more than your usual lipstick or tint, and the packaging makes it easy to do whatever you want with it (and you could just throw some alcohol on there, wipe it off, and let it dry if sanitation is an issue). As for the product itself, it's very much like a balm, and does leave a very dewy finish. It's pretty sheer, but buildable and surprisingly pigmented, and does set well for a "wet" product, so even as a flush of color on my oily lids, it didn't run or move around much (it did settle in the crease, but that's to be expected). Considering its finish and my oily skin, it also lasted quite well, around 4 hours with the pigment still pretty strong. It's not a glossy eye per se, but the dewiness is nice enough, and the color, though noticeable, is still quite subtle. I'm not big on blush, but it does work well on the cheeks too. On the lips I'd approach it more as a sheer, tinted moisturizing balm with a nice bubblegummy scent, though I'm not so sure the colors differ much on pigmented lips like mine. I have Milk, which goes on pretty orange, and Beachy, which is a warm brown, which look different on the lids, but not so much on the cheek and on the lips, unless you really build them up. I would just go with an actual lipstick if you want lipcolor. My only con really is that the range of colors isn't so broad, as they mostly revolved around oranges. Still a great product though!about 1 month ago
When these first launched, I had such a hard time getting them because they were always sold out! While I was browsing the site, I saw that these were in stock in several shades. I initially wanted to try GLO UP but since it wasn't available, I opted for KWEEN which is my 2nd pick. As a huge fan of cream blushes, I loved that this came in a small tin but still had a significant amount of product. Most cream blushes come in round compacts that are bulky and take up too much space in my bag. Second, I love how this smells! It smells strongly of bubblegum BUT not strong enough that it lingers when you put it on. Third, the color payoff is really good. No need to use copious amounts for it to translate on my cheeks even when I had a slight tan. Tried this on my lips too but it dried them out pretty quickly. (Side note: almost everything dries out my lips!) I would say this is at par with other cream blushes from well-known brands. Kudos to Colourette for this!about 2 months ago
I FINALLY got my hands on Beachy after all these months! Here are my pros and cons (for the Beachy shade only) PROS: feels lightweight, very pigmented, morena-friendly, does not cause breakouts (BUT be sure your fingers/brushes are CLEAN when you dip them into the product),nifty packaging, dummy proof (great for makeup noobs), gives a wonderfully natural flushed look to your face, works well on bare skin and powdered skin, bubblegum scent is not annoying and sickly sweet, reasonably priced, does not contain parabens. CONS: Doesn't last very long (2-3 hrs max on oily skin), VERY DIFFICULT to procure since it's always sold out, doesn't work too well on dry and pigmented lips, can end up oiling up your skin if you slather on too much, it can be somewhat unsanitary because it comes in direct contact with skin. DUPE FOR: Palladio's I'm Blushing 2 in 1 stick in Darling and Human Nature's Perfect Flush cream tint in Rosy. VERDICT: Is it REALLY worth the hype? IMHO, I don't think so. It's an awesome product but there are more readily available alternatives (just a bit pricier). I'd still buy again though :)3 months ago
I got my Beachy and Milk from Shopee and I love them so much! They're like a cream blush and they work really well on my dry skin. I love that they give the skin a little bit of a glow unlike the colourtints which are matte when dried. Overall, I love this and I also love the packaging, it's very cute and unique!3 months ago