Stageline Professional Paint Sticks ~ Review~Swatches

Thursday, October 23, 2014 Huda Sheikh 29 Comments


Paint Sticks are trusted worldwide for full coverage esp in Professional Makeup, SMB is reviewing Stageline Professional Paint Sticks today. Read More to Reveal More!!! 
STAGELINE PROFESSIONAL PAIN STICK:

Stageline Professional Paint Sticks
Stageline Professional Paint Sticks
Stageline Professional Paint Sticks
Paint Sticks Ivory, Asia 1, Asia 2
Stageline Professional Paint Sticks
Paint Sticks Ivory, Asia 1, Asia 2
SWATCHES:

Note: Upper swatches are unblended and the lower ones are lightly blended.
Paint Sticks Ivory, Asia 1, Asia 2
SPARKLING'S EXPERIENCE:

We all know the importance of foundation in our makeup routine, but with so many options and types of foundations available in market its difficult to choose your HG foundation. There are many types of foundations to choose from according to your skin type and liking i.e Cream, Liquid, Powder, Mousse etc. Every type of foundation also provide different levels of coverage i.e light, medium and full. For full coverage Paint sticks are trusted, which is mostly a demand of professional makeup (model + bridal). In Pakistan many people even use paint sticks in their daily routine or events like a pro. I personally prefer liquid foundations but being a blogger has given me an opportunity to play with paint sticks from Stageline range. Before this I only got paint sticks applied on me for my bridal makeup or any media ventures, so this is exactly the first time I was using them personally, learning along. Stageline Paint sticks are not a hard-task, as they are creamy, glides smoothly, apply easily, blends well and have a margin to build up the coverage from Medium to full. Blending can be easily done with fingers, but better to use a wet/dry puff, beauty blender as per your liking and convenience. Mostly suitable for Normal to oily/combination skin type. Exfoliate your skin off any dry patches before using it, as it may enhance dryness. With a very good exfoliation and a generous application of moisturiser it can be applied on dry skin. On me it didn't cake, as I always apply light handed and blend well, can be set with a setting powder or a setting spray. One thing they are not fragrance-free and very strangely smells like sweet dates, it fades away with time, personally I am not bothered much. It can be easily removed with a good makeup remover. I got three shades to try: Ivory, Asia 1 and Asia 2.
  • IVORY: It is the lightest of the three, more appropriate for a fair skin, with neutral tones. Can be used for highlighting in face-sculpting.
  • ASIA 1: This one goes for the medium fair skin tone, it has warm undertones to the extent of almost neutral, but will surely suites Asian fair skin tones. Among all this is my shade (for reference I am NC 20-25)
  • ASIA 3: This shade is perfect for a darker or tan skin tone. Clear yellow undertones. In face sculpting it can be used for contouring.

I love using all three for face sculpting for formal makeup. If you want me to share my Face-Sculpting pictorial using these three do let me know in the comments.
I am satisfied with overall performance of these paint sticks by Stageline, and not to forget the awesome packaging, all silver, shiny and sturdy. Although the silver may get stained while use, but can be cleaned afterwards.
You get 15 ml of product for PKR 945/- and it has a shelf life of 24 months (2 years). Stageline is available on their special display counters, nationwide.

For further details check their facebook page, Stageline Pakistan. Stageline Professional's wide makeup range is available at #daraz, daraz.pk.

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29 comments:

  1. I really like stick foundations but now they don't suit for my dry skin..I hate dry skin:$

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    1. I agree that these doesnt go well with very dry skins but still professional makeup artists use the same on brides in winter. Thanks for your feedback :)

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  2. I prefer paint sticks using as concealer, it looks good and is less pricey then kryolan stick :)
    GlamupGirls

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    1. Thank you dear, yes these work good as concealers.

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  3. Thank YOU for posting the swatches and reviewing these! I have been looking for some info on them without swatching on the counters and there was none! Have you used the Kryolan, Color Studio or Luscious ones - if yes, I would love some comparison!
    And a big fat YES to the contouring pictorial !

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    1. Sure will post that. Well as far the comparison is concerned I ask my sis.in.law to apply her kryolan stick in w3 on me, its good but tend to look cakey if applied by an amatuer like me, I used luscious one but cannot compare my experience as when I bought that 3 yrs ago I didnt know it wont suit my dry skin in winter, unfortunately i tried it then n was not impressed, it crached me as I had scales... gave it away, only to learn afterwards that it was not suitable for dry skin, but let me admit I find these more creamy n blendable n appropriate for normal n formal use equally.

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  4. Lovely review huda ...i would love to see a pictorial please do it soon xo

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  5. Lovely review, not shades for me though x

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    1. They have a wide range for professional use you amy find your right shade :)

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  6. For some reason I have stopped using paint sticks.. Well they are great for occasional use though.. Nice review.. Do share ur sculpting pictorial with us :)

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    1. Yes they are good for occasional use. :) Thanks

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  7. I've never used a stick foundation, this was really interesting to read! I'd love to see how you sculpted your face with them :)
    The silver packaging is lovely too!

    Jess xo
    http://just-jesss.blogspot.co.uk

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  8. Asia 2 seems like a suitable shade for my skin. Thanks for sharing huda

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  9. I don't like stick foundations but glad it's working for you.

    Sophie
    Xx
    www.pocockins.co.uk

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  10. Ohhh I like the sound of these :) These would be perfect for contouring and highlighting too :) :) are they available to Ireland ? Nina From Ninas Bargain Beauty

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  11. These look different!

    http://bamblingsofnaffy.blogspot.co.uk/2014/10/review-charlotte-tilbury-matte.html

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  12. The first foundation I ever used or rather what my mom applied on my face was a paint stick :p and yes I agree, moisturization is a must with stick foundations

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  13. I have never tried a stick foundation, maybe I should ;) they look nice.

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  14. I never tried a stick foundation before but these look really pretty :)
    I would probably go wild with contouring haha

    http://creepersandcupcakes.blogspot.co.uk

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  15. Thank you all for your lovely feed back, Love to all!

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  16. Amazing paint Sticks! I use Concealer and also have dry skin. So I will advice to apply it with any good lotion or creme. It will give a good result. :)

    Love XoxoX

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  17. i spotted them a year ago but never bought it ... now will buy next time i see :)

    Shumaila Jaffer
    Beauty Redefined

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  18. These sound amazing and I love the packaging, shame they're no available in the uk though x

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  19. i wonder what the oil control is like. cute packaging

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  20. I've never used a stick foundation! they look so neat!

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  21. i have this in ivory color but i am afraid to apply it on my very dry skin.i am not used to use stick foundation.i like mineral foundations.please help me about that, is this safe and skin friendly for daily use?i am waiting for your suggestion. Allah Hafiz

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  22. great review! which shade is better for highlighting? the ivory or asia 1?....

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