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Pretty Peepers with Majolica Majorca Lash King Mascara!

When I saw the Majolica Majorca deal reincarnated in the Deal Dozen website some two or three weeks ago, I didn't have to think twice about purchasing it. I mean, where else can you get one of the best mascaras in town for almost half of its original price? Not in the malls, of course.
The MM Lash King for only Php 499! 
And besides, this was an opportunity that I missed last year. Now that the deal is back due to popular demand, I'd be a fool if I'd miss this chance again.
Majolica Majorca!
Majolica Majorca, just so you know, is a product of the Shiseido Company - the leading Japanese cosmetics producer, and the oldest cosmetics company in the world. The Lash King, one of the most popular products from the Majolica Majorca line, is a luxurious mascara that contains 5mm of super long fibers which cling to your lashes, giving your eyes added definition.
No English text found in the back, so it pays if you can read Katakana/Hiragana.
The Lash King's acrobat brush guarantees to lengthen your lashes, while giving it fullness, curl, and volume at the same time. This makes the Lash King the grand daddy of all Majolica Majorca mascaras, and perhaps even all the mascaras in the market today.
The acrobat brush + 5mm super long fibers.
This mascara is waterproof and smudge-proof, by the way, so expect it to be a little difficult to remove with just soap and water. (Comparing it with Fairy Drops Volume Burst Mascara, the Lash King comes off a bit easier, though.) You'll need a cleansing oil or a makeup remover to get the gunk out without causing your lashes to break or fall.
Its elegant packaging is a winner. :)
See how the product looks like in my peepers! :)

What I love: 
Elegant packaging.
Lengthens and volumizes the lashes.
Creamy formulation - not runny nor clumpy.
Waterproof, smudge-proof, tear-proof.
Non-irritating, no allergic reactions to it.

What you might not like:
It's a bit difficult to remove, but nothing a good cleansing oil or makeup remover can handle.
Php 795 may be a price too steep for some, but this product is such a great investment. :)

Now for a quick FOTD. :)
FACE: The Face Shop Velvet Skin Primer, Benefit Erase Paste in Medium,
Missha  Signature Real Complete BB Cream #21,
Human Heart Nature Perfect Coverage Mineral Foundation in Honey.
EYES:  Ever Bilena Eyebrow Pencil in Brown, BYS Smudgeproof Liquid Eyeliner in Black,
Majolica Majorca Lash King Mascara in Black.
CHEEKS: Tony Moly Lip and Cheek Tint in Cherry Pink.
LIPS: EOS Lip Balm in Vanilla Nonsense, NYX Soft Matte Lip Cream in Milan.
In case you'd like to try the Lash King, the deal is still available at Deal Dozen. From its original price of Php 795, it now costs only Php 499. Now that's what I call a real deal. :)

11 replies:

Unknown said...

you look more prettier sis with that product

Debarpan Mukherjee said...

no doubt it improves your beauty.

Cheryl F. said...

Expensive for a mascara :D
I think all waterproof mascaras are hard to remove. They stick too much on the eyelash.

Cheryl said...

Your beautiful! That is amazing to think it is made by the oldest make-up manufacturer in the world!! Pretty bottle to.

Animetric said...

I've been tempted by this deal too but I just have way too many unopened tubes of mascara at home so I didn't budge. XD

ReviewsSheRote said...

Looks great--I might have bought it JUST FOR THE BOTTLE Very NICE! =)

Franc said...

It does make your lashes more prominent.

earthlingorgeous said...

packaging looks nice indeed and yup nothing a goo makeup remover can handle. looks good on you btw.

Mommy Roxi said...

Can I just say, I super loooove your eyebrows! Mine are super weird (they grow out in weird directions!) I wish I can have it like yours with the right shape and have it tinted too!

ReinaBorinquena said...

Hmmm. I'm totally in love with my Mary Kay and Estee Lauder mascara. I'm always willing to try something new, especially since it's hypo-allergenic.

Lexie Lane said...

I love that it's smudge proof. It really helps a lot when it can have translations or at least English on the labels though. Thanks for a thorough review!