Lavshuca recently introduced a range of eyeshadow singles entitled Candy Pop. Along with this release Lavshuca Eye Base Primer makes an appearance in two different shades (pink and beige) which I decided I might as well try out.
I really don’t need another base at the moment but the cute pink tin was partially responsible for my spontaneous purchase, come on, cut me a break, you know I can’t resist cute packaging.
If you already own KATE Eyeshadow Base Primer you probably don’t need the Lavshuca Eye Base however, I will say that it actually seemed to perform a little better than the KATE formula. Of course, I might be just imaging that as KATE and Lavshuca are sister brands created by the same parent company, Kanebo.
Take a peek!
I wanna accuse Lavshuca Flower Syrup Gloss of not turning my everyday life into a wonderland.
According to the package, “As you put on this makeup, your everyday life turns into a wonderland in an instant”.
LIES all LIES!
The wonderland didn’t happen…where is my damn wonderland…?!
Ha…no seriously, that really is what the packaging says. I love Japanese makeup!
Lavshuca Jelly Pot Essence is probably one of the best lip products I’ve run across lately outside of the new Hourglass Cosmetics No 28 Lip Treatment Oil that just released.
This little pot of joy was launched with the Lavshuca Spring 2013 Collection and I just recently got my grubby little hands all over it.
Take a look.
I’m starting to get excited about the Lavshuca Spring 2013 Collection! It launched earlier this month in Japan and I’ve been waiting for my shipment to come in after asking a friend to snag me a few pieces.
I’m hopeful it’ll arrive this week as it kinda has a Valentine’s Day vibe to it!
Take a peek!