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Sunday, October 4, 2009

Review: Majolica Majorca Jeweling Palettes

Ah, review long overdue! The Jeweling eye palettes came out the summer collection of this year, long ago in the makeup world! They come is a range of 5 shades for roughly 420NTD -- 13 USD.
I had been excited to hear of a new eyeshadow series from Majolica, but then was mostly disappointed to hear the initial reports of the powdery texture and the usual pastel like shades. However, I wanted to pick at least one palette up to see how it really was...and ended up getting another as well.

But anyways, the colors I ended up getting were SV887 and GD886. After swatching all of them I thought these two had the best texture and pigmentation, even if they are for a sheerer look.
SV887 contains a shimmery white, a cool, purpled light pink, a medium silver and a darker gray.
The texture of the white was okay, a little chunky, the pink a bit chalky, but the other two great.
GD886 contains a gold tinged shimmery white, a pale buttercup yellow, a deeper bronze and a darker greenish brown.

The texture of all of them are a bit powdery, not atypical of Japanese eyeshadows. It's a very 'meh' texture, one that usually sucks when used with a brush but applies better with sponge applicators. If you use these palettes with a brush, you will be so disappointed! You MUST use these with sponges!

I like the color combinations of these two. Not overwhelmingly creative, like the Trick On palettes are, but they are very pretty and idiot-proof [trust me ladies, I would know ;-)].

Overall, if you're looking for a more office-friendly soft shaded palette, these are for you! If not, steer clear and keep your 13$ safe!

10 comments:

  1. Where can you get these palettes for 13usd? lol A link would be great! :)

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  2. Ah, thanks for the review. I hate sponge applicators so I will not be getting any of these.

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  3. Hi marsbarsx3!! Actually I bought these retail in Taiwan :x! I think adambeauty.com is the cheapest reliable source right now though!

    Hi Catherine! No problem, steer clear if you hate the sponges!

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  4. Hm. Im sure that there are ways to get a office look without buying these really really sheer colors. When i looked at your arm, i was like "omfg.. did she just take a pic of her arm?!". LOL =0=

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  5. Hey Y! LOL! I agree, personally I don't think I'd have bought these if I knew they were that sheer. They're a bit buildable though, so that sort of balances it out!

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  7. Hey Y! :D Where can I view the award/nomination on your blog? I can't seem to find it! :)

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  8. I have MM's eyeshadow too, they're good but the color's kinda boring... hope they'll come out with more interesting colors.

    :)

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  9. Hi Alex! I agree exactly. Pretty but not that unique right? I can't wait to see their next collections!

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