Shiseido • Majolica Majorca Majolook BR355 • Eye Shadow
|Would buy this product again.||100%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
MM palettes are my favourites.
Cheap and really good quality (the single MM eyeshadows are a different story IMAO).
BR 355 is in brown/golden tones.
The texture is really soft and creamy, and the shadows are pigmented.
On top you have a cream shadow in white with golden chunky shimmer (a little to much for my liking but it's ok).
Under the cream eyeshadow you have 3 powder eyeshadows, the first is a light champagne color, the second is like a copper/golden/lightbrown ('^.^), and the last one is a darker brown with golden shimmer.
It worth every penny.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I really love the colours of this palatte. First of all Majolica Majorca eye shadow is of high quality & as as good as most of the high end brands but with low price. i have so many high end & expensive E/S palettes but this one is definitely one of the best. The texture is buttery soft & it's very pigmented. I use the cream colour as a wash the golden brown on the lid & the medium to dark brown on the crease. A very beautiful shimmering neutral e/s palette.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
Nice, nice, nice! :) I'm usually a lost cause when it comes to eyeshadow, let alone palettes. But this! Firstly, if you're a sucker for pretty packaging like me, then Majolica Majorca makeup will suck you in with its oh-so-cute containers. Ribbons and swirly gold graphics have been the siren song for many brands (Um, hello Bourjois!), but thankfully this brand delivers. This palette includes one block of solid eye primer, three shades of shimmery brown eyeshadow, and one double-ended eyeshadow brush (one blunt end and one narrow end).
The little cream primer/base it comes with is nice, not too gunky or thick. Very light and sheer. The shadows themselves -the first a creamy, light golden, the second a warm, sandy copper, and the third a pretty chocolate- are all shimmery, not glittery, and blend like a dream. All three shades go on somewhat sheer initially, allowing you to built the color and make it more intense/dramatic. I can't say enough that I loved how easy it was to layer and blend these!
Unfortunately, I discovered a *slight* flaw in the packaging- I don't know whether this was caused by any changes in humidity or whatever when this was being shipped from Asia to me in CA, but the glue holding the shadows into the case does *not* hold up. It's the consistency of hair gel and works about as well to keep the compartments in place in the palette. This is really only a minor complaint, because it really doesn't hinder the product on the whole.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Black
The shades are all metallics, with nice shimmer that is not too loud (no glitter) and apply smoothly over the cream eyeshadow base. The floral pattern on the cream eyeshadow base rubs off immediately when first used. The cream base is not oily and applies smoothly and dries down quite fast. Applied over the cream base, I find that the powder eyeshadows last well all day with just a bit of creasing. The texture of the powder eyeshadows seem to be different from their regular single eyeshadows, less powdery but not as dry as the Majewel palettes. They apply well with the included sponge-tip applicators. I like that they can be easily layered for greater intensity. The palette itself is a very slim and compact case that is easily portable. But it does not have a mirror or brush like the Majewel palette, only a dual-end sponge-tip applicator. I like this palette much better than the brown Majewel palette which was too dull for my taste. The browns in BR355 are vibrant and more flattering with the darkest shade similar to MAC Mulch. This palette is great value for money if you like browns and neutrals.