Thursday, April 7, 2011
Product Review: Majolica Majorca Jeweling Eyes in A Doll's Slumber (PK722)
Isn't this pretty? Despite my sniffles (darn allergies), I can't help not to post this for all you guys to see close-up. It's the Majolica Majorca Eye Palette in A Doll's Slumber.
As seen in other beauty blogs, Majolica Majorca Jeweling Eyes clearly have many palettes in store for everyone. The one I got is a very pretty palette that is composed of a pastel purple, pink, neutral beige and light brown. All very much compliments a very fair to medium skintone (i consider myself light-medium).
This very demure palette called A Doll's Slumber is very subtle and unassuming. I see this palette being used for an everyday girl neutral look.
Majolica Majorca Jeweling Eyes palettes I found, have a soft pliable texture to it. It's very easy to blend. The shimmers I saw from the pans were not as visible as I thought it would be. I like the silky texture. It is pigmented but not as much as my other eye palettes. Colors are very buildable though. I can say that I am in control of the pigmentation on my lids.
What I love:
1. Great for everyday use
2. Packaging is too cute for words
3. Small enough to fit on any makeup kits.
4. Sweet effects on the eyes.
5. Sponge tip tool have a high quality in them.
7. Nice pigmentation
8. Soft silky texture.
What I don't:
1. I still need a primer for it to stay in place and avoid creasing (well, I have oily lids, that's why)
I love how it makes my eyes look anime-ish. :) Like those models I see on Majolica Majorca ads.
This is definitely a great buy for anyone who wants a subtle neutral look and wants that wide-eyed appearance. And it's very easy to use which is always a plus in my book. Although I am one who enjoy bright makeup, sometimes I would want something that enhances my peepers in a natural way and I think I found it in Majolica Majorca, too.
Have you tried Majolica Majorca Jeweling Eyes Palette? What are your faves? Suggest some to me because Megamall I think is already open. :)