panstick

panstick

(ˈpænˌstɪk)
n
a cosmetic in stick form
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Keep your pot rouge and panstick to hand in this Paisley park oil cloth make-up bag, PS6.
Creamy panstick will cover any pesky blemishes, the bronzing powder will give you a gorgeous glow and the waterproof mascara will leave your peepers looking lovely even if you go for a dip.
I've never liked pint-sized Wayne Sleep and seeing him with a white panstick face and dressed in stockings and suspenders really turned my stomach.
Eyebrows are waxed back before "good old-fashioned Liechner panstick and powder" are thickly applied to the whole face.
I set off wearing one of his collarless shirts withmy face covered in a thick layer of my mother's Panstick.
But wearing thick theatrical panstick and heavy eyeliner every night takes its toll on the skin.
Panstick should be left in the past, today's products contain light-reflecting particles, anti-ageing ingredients and moisturisers.
Having worked as make-up artist for five years she eventually decided she'd had enough of putting on the panstick for the likes of Joseph Fiennes and decided she wanted to see her own name up in lights.
Max Factor's original Pan-Stik make-up was invented by one of the 20th century's most famous cosmetic names back in 1948 and is still loved today as Panstick (pounds 6.