I enjoy being a girl. I also enjoy being media, because I get swag like these—I got makeup from Majolica Majorca.
Majolica Majorca is a makeup brand by Japanese cosmetics giant, Shiseido.
It is geared towards teens and 20-somethings and priced affordably.
First I got this box
which had these
Then I got the Sugary Trap collection which came in this box
and had these
Then I got the Fake Sleeping set
which had these
The swag boxes are for media only, but you can buy the pieces separately at Watson’s or SM department stores.
My favorite product is the mascara, which has a built-in comb, so your eyelashes don’t come out clumpy
The eye pencils glide over with solidly colors and are easy to apply
I also love the Aurora Tear Liner, which adds that sparkle to the corners of your eyes
The collections, colors, and packaging are very Japanese. Wish we had these when I was younger.
Majolica Majorca was officially launched in the Philippines last June 1st at OPUS, Resorts World.
Shiseido’s Area Manager for International Sales Isao Shirasuka and Area Manager for International Marketing Yuko Hattori were there to answer questions from guests and media, while models wore looks created by makeup artist, Sawako Yuri.
The place was transformed into a makeup wasteland, with Majolica Majorca products displayed in every counter, along with Bizu signature sweets.
The main attraction was the Puff de Cheek range, inspired by macarons and comes in four different shades—Peach, Strawberry, Vanilla and Apricot.
Also launched were two new shades of Jeweling Eyes (Strawberry Cake and Caramelize), Lash Expander Frame Plus in Chocolate Brown, Creamy Pencil Liner in Mocha Brown and Bitter Black and a new limited edition packaging of Press Powder Pore Cover that looks like cotton candy.
Special thanks to Catherine David, Mia Gonzalez, Jackie Avecilla, Aimee Unson, Ina Alcazar, and Iris Salazar 🙂
Majolica Majorca is distributed in the Philippines by Luxasia Inc. and is available at Watson/SM Makati, Megamall, North Edsa, Las Piñas, Fairview, Cubao, Pampanga, Mall of Asia, and Davao.
To know more, follow them on Facebook or Twitter.