Majolica Majorca Cream de Cheek Liquid Blush were launched in four shades last year but I never got a chance to review them and that’s a shame because they are a fantastic product.
Although available for a limited time they are still very easy to get from a variety of online shops. These are a liquid blush the likes of which has never been done before by Majolica Majorca.
Take a peek!
Majolica Majorca Lash Expander Edge Meister Mascara is a liquid lengthening mascara lengthens and separates lashes with a glossy black formula.
As a long TIME fan of Majolica Majorca Lash Expander Mascara I must say that I sort of fell off the bandwagon. It used to be my HG (holy grail) mascara for a very long time but too many revisions to the formula was making my head spin a little bit so I found other mascaras to love. Gosh, I hate how that sounds but indeed it happened.
Recently, I decided I’d give the Lash Expander Edge Meister Mascara formula a try and even though I dislike fiber mascaras it seemed like a good idea at the time.
Here are my thoughts!
Majolica Majorca released two limited edition shades of Puff de Cheek for Summer 2012 one of which was Raspberry Macaron. I already raved Cherry Macaron rather hard so I thought I’d haul out Raspberry today and review it.
Ok, so I’m a little late and Raspberry might be a little harder to find but it is well worth checking out!
Japanese Brand, Majolica Majorca, has released two new, limited edition shades of Puff de Cheek for Summer 2012 in Cherry and Raspberry Macaron.
Puff de Cheek’s original formula is a bit on the chalky side and I wasn’t terribly impressed enough to Muse Approve when I originally reviewed it but I must say that these new shades are worth a glance.
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Sounds weird doesn’t it? Blood On? But that’s what Majolica Majorca has named its new potted gel blush!
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You MIGHT wanna nom the Majolica Majorca Puff de Cheek but please don’t, it’s a blush not a French pastry!
Puff de Cheek was released for Spring 2011 so this review is an ickle over do but better later than never particularly when it comes to cute beauty as you can never have enough of that.
Majolica Majorca is a Japanese sub-brand by Shiseido. It’s one of my very favorite brands from Japan however in recent years I’ve kinda fell off the fan girl bandwagon since many of the releases haven’t really captured my eye.
During the Holidays, MJ released a new fragrance Majolica Majoromantica which I enjoyed very much and most recently with the Summer Collection they released a new limited edition version of the scent.
Let’s have a look!
Majolica Majorca is one of very favorite Japanese brands. I recently purchased two of their new Jeweling Eyes Palettes in two limited edition shades they released with their Spring 2011 Collection.
I don’t need another MJ palette in all honesty (Click, see what I mean!) but since I haven’t yet tried the Jeweling Eye Palettes I decided that these colors would be a good place to start.
Let’s have a peek!
One of Shiseido’s more popular Asian brands, Majolica Majorca, and a favorite of mine, has a very small Holiday Collection this year. The selection features a fragrance oil, nail polish, and a new red mascara. I picked up two of the items on a whim since I adore the brand.
I imagine their Holiday Collection is so tiny because they are gearing up for a larger Spring release. Happy Days!
But we are in full Holiday mode so let’s worry about that first.
Today I have Majolica Majorca Majoromantica to review for you!
Let’s have a look!
For a very long time my favorite mascara was Majolica Majorca Lash Expander. This is a branch off brand created by Shiseido and at one time available exclusively within Japan but now it’s available in other Asian countries, just not, sadly, the US.
One of the most common questions I get about Lash Expander is how do I remove it? I’ve never had a problem removing the mascara but for some reason or another many people who use and love it have complained, ranted, and had major woe getting it all off. I simply use my normal oil based eye makeup remover but again, for some reason, that doesn’t seem to work for everyone.
This Fall, Majolica Majorca finally created and released Eyes Reset Gel for removing mascara. This is an exciting release for those who have had drama in the past with removing any mascaras by the brand. I was keen to try it myself out of morbid curiosity even though my normal remover worked just fine.
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Majolica Majorca, a sub brand of Shiseido, has updated it’s website with the Spring Collection 2010. It’s been a while since I indulged in MJ so I was quite delighted to take a spin through the site and enjoy the new story they have up.
Jump to view some of the shots of the Majolica Majorca Spring Collection 2010.