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Product Focus: Majolica Majorca Brow Customize In Sword Cut




















Those of you who may have read my post about the importance of having well-groomed eyebrows in "The Beautiful Brow", might have detected my underlying love/obsession for great products designed for the eyebrows. On days when I want to make-believe that I'm not wearing any makeup, I secretly always have my eyebrows done!


In that post, I realized that I had only mentioned one of my favorite eyebrow crayon but did not formally introduce you to it. Meet Majolica Majorca's (MM) Brow Customize in Sword Cut. Out of all of the different styles available from MM (i.e. sword cut, super slim & powder), my favorite has got to be the sword version. It features a slanted automatic tip which requires no sharpening and the formula is the right consistency (not too soft, creamy, dry or stiff) to fill in the brows easily and naturally. The eyebrow crayon refill is sold separately from the holder (which has a spool on the other end, see picture), which I think is an added bonus. Since MM is a Japanese brand under its big sister, Shiseido, the shades available are unfortunately only suitable for those with medium-red to light-black hair.

Now, the reason that I am telling you this is because I have recently become friends with a makeup artist, who is not shy about giving me makeup advice. I actually do really enjoy constructive criticisms. We were having drinks at a posh bar, when my friend suggested that I darken my eyebrows. So, because of him, I have now moved onto the darkest of the available MM shades (in BB680).

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Since MM is not widely available outside of Asia, those of you (and me) who are interested in this product can find it on many online webshops. The holder plus the refill cost me about 10 euros, shipping included.


Credits: Grayburn

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7 Comments:

La Belette Rouge said...

I am a enhanced redhead who uses Chanel brun brow pencil--but I do get my brows coloured each and every time I go in for hair colour.

Grayburn said...

I really wish to have red hair like you. My skin color just cannot take it! Other than their mascaras, I really can't think of a bad product from them. I cannot wait for your story of walking into the flagship store of Chanel in Paris!

take care,
Grayburn

The Seeker said...

You know, I'm a really black black hair ;)
I have a Bourjois Sourcil Précision Eyebrow Pencil black, and I'm very happy with it, but since it was my first one probably I would find latter a better one.

xoxo

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Vanessa said...

OOH! that looks so cool and interesting!

Emilee @ GMM said...

I have black hair (duh), but my eyebrows are extremely light. I use MAC brow pencil in Lingerine, which is a dark-ish brown shade. The MA also recommended Espress eyeshadow, but I'm too lazy to do that every morning.

I also like the Urban Decay Shadow box (I posted about it yesterday), which is super cute and has two shades to mix & match. :)

Grayburn said...

Hey Vanessa! Yeah it is currently my favorite. Do give them a try if you get a chance!

Hi Emilee@GMM, I really really know what you mean about the laziness with brows! That's why I've looked around hard for an automatic pencil that doesn't make my brows look 'artificial'. This one is 'it' for me! I'm going to check your post now cause I've seen this shadow box being talked about on the internet.
Thanks!

Grayburn