Dolly Wink Cosmetics Review
Japanese cosmetics are the rage nowadays, especially false eyelashes from Dolly Wink, created by famous gyaru model Tsubasa Masuwaka! But today, on behalf of anibee, I will be reviewing the eyeliner and the cream eye shadow in #01 Gold Nudy Glamourous.
The eyeliner I received was not the really cutesy packaging with the ribbon and the dots, but it has an improved formula by Tsubasa Masuwaka. I do not have the original one to compare with, but for this eyeliner, the brush is really fine and glides really easily! It dries quickly, and is removable with warm water.
Checking some prior reviews done, it seems that after some time, the eyeliner may lose its original opaque quality, but a little shaking of the eyeliner pen will restore it. (: This happens to my K-Palette eyeliner as well, but only after a really long time XD
The cream eye shadow is really glittery! The product payoff is very generous. You can either use it alone (like the instructions) or as a primer for your eye shadow. You just need a tiny bit, too much is too glittery and takes too long to set. If it is still too shimmery for you, don't waste it! You can still use it as body shimmer or for highlights.
On the down side though, the Dolly Wink cream eye shadow tends to come off a bit gritty upon first application. I got that smooth line only after blending, but my usual just comes on smooth. Personally, I am more satisfied with their eye shadow palettes than their cream eye shadow. Too shimmery for me XD
For the cream eye shadow, it is also available in #02 Rainbow Crystal, filled with white glitter and purple and green specks.
Dolly Wink cosmetics are available at any nearby Watsons or Sasa (: Their stocks are running out fast due to Christmas sales, so be sure to grab them while you still can at cheap(er) prices!
Recently, anibee has been on a roll with cosmetics! Check out our ambassador's review/makeover with K-Palette products here!
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All photos were taken with a Canon IXUS 220 H.