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Friday, October 3, 2008

Review: Kanebo Lavshuca Eye Color




Range: 12 colors, from bright pink, to wine, to blue, to silver, to gold, to beige and brown. A very nice variety.

Naming: As usual, Japanese brand naming is boring...abbreviated words with numbers usually meaning the order of which it came in. For example, PK-1, PK-2. PK is pink, 1 and 2 being which color was created first. BL is Blue, WN Wine, GD gold, BG Beige, BN Brown, SV silver, and so on.

Packaging: This comes in an easy to depot white case with a clear lid. The lid is also embellished with pinky silver decorations. Very fancy, and by the way, if you like to keep a few MAC eye singles with you, these fit MAC :]

Depotting: Like most other Japanese brands, Lavshuca things are easy to depot. However, it's kind of hard to find the hole. Where it says Kanebo at the top of the sticker on the back, the hole is 'ne'. Just poke a pen or toothpick in there and lift out.

Lasting Ability/Creasing: I experienced no creasing over UDPP and it lasted the whole day with no touchups.

Texture: There is an imprinted L Lavshuca symbol which does NOT fade over a few uses. The texture is soft and very pigmented. I love it!

Price: This can be bought for 14USD at ichibankao.com, but I believe I got mine for far less...maybe 6$? I'm not too sure.

The colors I have are PK-3, light shimmery pink, and WN-1, a plummy wine.

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