Shiseido Maquillage Dramatic Melting Rouge recently launched in several shades in Japan. It’s such a shame we don’t get any of the Shiseido sub brands here in the US such as Maquillage because the Dramatic Melting Rouge is testimomy to great drugstore makeup!
I recently purchased Shiseido Maquillage Essence Glamour Rouge Neo in OR241 which is a limited edition shade that recently launched in Japan. I actually own a few shades of the original Shiseido Maquillage Essence Glamour Rouge formula and love it.
But I must say Shiseido Maquillage Essence Glamour Rouge Neo doesn’t feel much different to me than the original formula but hey, that’s a good thing I guess because I like that formula anyway!
Shiseido Maquillage Essence Glamorous Rouge is available in a few new shades for Spring 2013 so I quickly snatched up one (even though I was tempted to get them all).
Maquillage is one of the sub-brands that’s part of Shiseido in Japan. Such a shame its never made its way to the US.
The appealing aspect of Essence Glamorous Rouge was the colors were inspired by natural lip colors and tone so it gives you that “your lips but better” finish.
Take a look!
Some girls are Shiseido Maquillage girls, some girls aren’t. I happen to be in the “aren’t group”. I dunno why but I’ve never fully embraced the Shiseido Maquillage line.
Shiseido Maquillage is a sub-brand from Shiseido available in Japanese drugstores (and a few select Asian countries as well). Quality is on par with counter makeup and the brand has a very large cult following however I’ve always dabbled my time away with other Shiseido sub-brands like Majolica Majorca.
Recently, my interest did get piqued again (it does sometimes with Maquillage) and I decided to haul some of the new Essence Glamour Rouges.
Let’s take a look!
My Shiseido Maquillage Powder Celebration 5th Anniversary Set arrived from Japan last week. Lots of squealing, hyperventilating, and screaming occurred during the surgical procedure of opening and unwrapping the contents of the box it arrived in.
It’s probably my most expensive makeup purchase I’ve made this Holiday season, tipping the scales at nearly $200 USD due to costly airmail shipping.
It’s gorgeous to say the least.
Let’s have a look!