Multi-Use Cashmere Stick Foundations


Multi-Use Cashmere Stick Foundations 

They're finally here! We are pleased to bring you our Multi-Use Cashmere Foundation Sticks! Inspired by the first "Pan-Stik" foundations from the 1930s and 1940s, our beautiful foundations are all the glamour of the past without the grease! Packaged in our classic gold to match the rest of your Besame collection, we are excited to add these to our line! 

  • Made In The USA
  • Cruelty Free
  • Vegan
  • Gluten and Paraben Free
  • Feather Light
  • Matte Finish
  • Full Coverage
  • Fragrance Free

Swipe on for a flawless face and use fingers or our Besame Contour Brush to blend! Ideal for....

Foundation:  

 

Concealer:

 

Contouring:

 

Highlighting:

 

8 Shades that are perfectly easy to wear on their own or mix and match to create different shades! 

From light to dark: Bisque, Natural Beige, Honey, Medium Beige, True Beige, Warm Tan, Cocoa, Deep Bronze

 

 

We do hope you enjoy! 

 


7 comments


  • Jamie

    Was super excited thinking a vintage foundation would go fairly light but alas it seems not. Why have a really fair model arm when you don’t even have a shade to match her?


  • Chelsea

    Get ready for more “blah blah blah I’m too pale for these” comments…


  • Bethany

    Those are pretty, but none of them work on the fairest, as is evidenced in the photo swatches. Why is their no porcelain shade?


  • Jennifer Hairfield

    I’m new to the besame line and i’m in love. I’m very pale (Irish ) i found the violet and vanilla brightening powders work great but how would this new foundation stick work with those brightening powders?


  • Robin

    These look amazing, WANT. :)
    Question: To me some of the swatches appear lighter than the one that came before. And I struggle with wondering if a shade with a pinkish undertone is really called “honey”? I’m having trouble working out which name belongs to the second-lightest yellow-toned shade, which is the one I want and the swatch appears to my eyes a bit deeper than the pinkish-toned swatches on either side of it. In your description of the order you list the shade names, did you mean in swatch order from wrist to elbow?


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