November 19, 2014

Majolica Majorca Lip Dip Kiss Review & Swatches

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Majolica Majorca Lip Dip Kiss Lipgloss

Majolica Majorca Lip Dip Kiss is a new, limited edition lipgloss that launched in Japan recently with the Majolica Majorca Heart Hunter Winter 2014 Collection. These are actually color changing glosses but they do have a unique twist.

Take a look!

Majolica Majorca Lip Dip Kiss

Majolica Majorca Lip Dip Kiss Lipgloss is available in two shade selections (this is where things get unique) and apparently they change color depending on the moisture in your lips. Well, at least they aren’t telling us it’s a pH thing right?

Typically these color changing glosses always turn hot pink on me but I run into shades that actually work for me. Unfortunately, the shade 20 in the Lip Dip Kiss Lipgloss does exactly that. This instantly turns hot pink on me. But remember how I said things get unique? The shade 30 is a really pretty, natural shade of peach that looks fantastic on my lips….so things aren’t a complete bust!

Majolica Majorca Lip Dip Kiss swatches

Majolica Majorca Lip Dip Kiss Swatches (Shade 20 and Shade 30)

These have a light rose flavor and fragrance that’s very pleasant. They have a soft, plushy feel with a balm-y like consistency at the initial application but they smooth out to a nice, shiny layer of sheer pretty color. The pink shade is ok but the real gem is the peach in my humblest which quite reminds me of the Majolica Majorca Honey Plump Gloss Neo in OR202 but it’s a little darker.

Majolica Majorca Lip Dip Kiss 20

Majolica Majorca Lip Dip Kiss Shade 20

Majolica Majorca Lip Dip Kiss 30

Majolica Majorca Lip Dip Kiss Shade 30

If you want a nice natural shade of lip color I’d highly recommend grabbing up shade 30 in these new, limited edition Majolica Majorca Lip Dip Kiss Lipglosses! It’s a very pretty, natural shade! But I’d skip on the pink! It’s a shade that isn’t particularly unique as I’m sure you have tons of color changing glosses already that look the same!

AlphabeautyUK on Ebay.com sells Majolica Majorca.

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  • Ryou

    “Color changing” products tend to look the same on you because as far as I know, all of them rely on D&C Red #27 (also known as CI 45410), which only gives off color once it comes in contact with moisture. This means if you put it in a waterless base (most lip products and powder products fit under this category) it would appear clear until it comes in contact with moisture on your lips/skin/even paper.

    Since most of these products rely on the same pigment, it’s really not a surprise that all of them look virtually undistinguishable from each other — That’s just how Red #27 looks on you, basically. Most of the ones that doesn’t turn hot pink on me has other pigments in them (which usually change the base color so the product doesn’t start off clear).