Thanks to my sister I was able to get my hands on a Majolica Majorca Pressed Pore Cover Powder. I was expecting the Majolica Majorca Lash Gorgeous Wing along with it and 2 blushes but my sis forgot to bring the bag where her makeup and the rest of my MMs are. It's crazy. She totally has no make up in her bag. We even have to go to the mall tomorrow and buy her a temporary make up kit just for her 2-week stay lol!
I am really really excited to try it out. The packaging simply screams at me to use it ASAP. It is sooooo pretty. Who can say no to a bejeweled compact?! I can't! But its hard to think of using it and thinking about it getting used up. Thank god for refills. LOL.
I'm sure all of you have heard of Majolica Majorca. I am one of the many avid fan of this line by Shiseido. Packaging pa lang, winner na. But there's more to make up than what meets the eye.
This MM Powder was given 4/5 stars in Make-Up Alley reviews.I am totally psyched to hear that "after applying this powder on primed skin (with or without foundation), pores are noticeably minimised, especially if you have comparatively larger ones on your cheeks" and that it is "one of the best at covering enlarged pores! Even better than Mac blot powder or any other powder I have used. It is transparent, very light and very finely milled"
I hope to provide my own thoughts one day. Drats, when will I hit pan on my BeautyCredit pressed powder?! I want to use it na! LOL!
Another stuff that my sister bought for me is the Shiseido Tsubaki Damage Care set which has shampoo, conditioner and treatment cream. I have to tell you guys that I've been wanting this so much since June because it was at that time that I discovered the awesome effects of Camilla oil inside this Tsubaki hair care product.
I was thinking of the getting the Red set because it seemed like a more popular choice. My sister told me that she was going to buy me tsubaki but the white one because this was the best shampoo that she tried! Now I remember how shiny her hair always is even if she has colored her hair completely light brown and back to black again.
I was sure that she would have like one of the people who have coarse, breakable hair (she also styles it with a hair dryer daily.) but her hair has remained shiny and healthy-looking. This is her secret! Tsubaki! It smells so good, leaves your hair soft and shiny and manageable all day!
Oh, and yeah, I saw Eki's post about Tsubaki, too. You can check it out HERE.
I am now looking forward to even more hauls from Japan! I can't wait to get more. I can't seem to get enough.