Tuesday, 26 April 2011

Product Review : Koji Dollywink Eyeshadow #1 Sweet Dolly (Brown)

Ending work early isn't only just good for me, it's good for you peeps too! Because I get to do more reviews/giveaways/swatches! ( ゚▽゚)

This Koji Dollywink Eyeshadow in #1 Brown is one of my all time favorites. I'm a very neutral person, I love colors but I tend to reach out for this eyeshadow often to do a simple everyday/work look. The compact is really lovely and small/flat that it's really convenient to carry around for touch ups! Not to mention how cute it is too!

This is what it look's like.

See how adorable it is? Too bad my camera ain't good enough to do the product justice. The eyeshadows look a little washed out though and I suppose I have my table's florescent lighting to blame for that. It comes along with a spongetip applicator as you can see in the picture on the right. Sorry that mine's used because I used it to swatch the colors!

There're four colors in this palette and here are the long awaited swatches!

The eyeshadows are pretty pigmented and has a buttery soft texture. If you observe carefully, it appears more pigmented on my arm as opposed to Ringo's. I have no idea why so I can't give you all an explanation. Maybe these shadows morph with skin colors? (゚Д゚|||) Since Ringo's paler, the eyeshadow decided not to be so contrasting on her pale *ahem ghostly white* skin? Nevertheless it's probably a good thing because that means it can show up on most people!

Once again don't let the swatches fool you, it's probably my florescent lighting that made them look somewhat frosty, especially the highlight color. I personally love the highlight color as it's soft enough to use as a cheek / brow bone / inner corner / cupid's bow highlight. Me love multi-tasking products. All of these are super creamy and lean towards being more warm. I'm not saying that cool toned people can't use this, hell I think it looks great on everyone and everyone should buy it!

In Singapore, this product can be found in Watsons but it's rarely in stock as it's quite loved by a lot of people. It retails for $32.90. Super awesome! If you can't get it in Watsons, you could (if you have) as your friends living in Japan / travelling to Japan to get one for you. It's worth it.

Texture : ★ ★ ★ ★ ★
Pigmentation : ★ ★ ★ ★ ★(May the pictures speak for themselves!)
Application : ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ (A breeze with the spongetip applicator. Of course you can opt for brushes if you have any.)
Overall : ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ (This is one of my MUST - HAVES. I love everything about it. Maybe gimme more?)

Me greedy! ( ´ ▽ ` )

Cheers and off to slack,
Chiharu ❤

Disclaimer : This is not a sponsored review thus it shall be somewhat empty.

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