Thursday, May 16, 2013

Review : Majolica Majorca Lash King Mascara

Hi loves!!

It took a while for me to finally buy a Mojolica Majorca mascara. I've read so many great reviews on their mascaras that I was convinced to try them out. It's just that I kept receiving mascaras as gifts and I didn't want to waste them.

But a month ago, Majolica Majorca Philippines gave a huge discount on a mascara that I just had to buy one! Got it for only Php 499.00!

Majolica Majorca Lash King Mascara

It's cased on a plastic container upon purchase:

The shade I got is the black one, BK999. 
They have it in a different color too, BR666 (brown).

The labels are written in Japanese so I just browsed the web and found a website with the product desciption:

Majolica Majorca Lash King Mascara contains rich fiber and Volume Up Wax make glossy, pine needle-shaped lashes with abundant volume and length. Strong against humidity, it maintains the lashes’ curl all day long. As it is water-proof, sweat-proof and tear-proof.

Majolica Majorca Lash King Mascara catches even tiny lashes from their roots. Lashes are bitten between the balls and sharp triangular bunches are made. It pushes up making beautiful curls without clump.

how to use it
  1. Comb eyelashes with eyelash brush. Curl up eyelashes with lash curler.
  2. Take out the mascara brush. Brush your eyelashes outwards and horizontally. Brush the outer side of eyelashes first then the inner side for curly eyelashes.
  3. Apply the second layer if necessary. Reapply after the previous layer dries.
  4. Tidy up with eyelash brush.

The packaging is gorgeous! I'm a big fan of Majolica Majorca's packaging because it's simply princessy! :)

Here's the wand.

You'll see some loose fibers and it may also appear dry (but it's sooo not). It has a weird smell though... but it doesn't really matter since you won't be smelling it since it's applied on your lashes.

So below are pictures of my eyes before and after application and even up to 3rd coat of the product:

Bare eyes

Curled (using Shu Uemura's lash curler)

One coat 

2 coat!

3 coats!

My eyes with only mascara on!
No eyeliners. No eyeshadows.

It volumizes. It lengthens. It's lightweight so it doesn't pull down my lashes and kept it curled all day! The wand makes it easy to use and it reaches the short lashes! It's so easy to use at the lower lashes too! You might need a comb since this can tend the lashes to pile together because of the fibers but that only happens when you put too much coats. And it's waterproof too!

This can cause some smudging underneath the eyes... especially if you have oily skin like me. So try to place some translucent powder to avoid that from happening. And oh, you might need a good makeup remover to completely take this product off your lashes. :P

To summarize:


Keeps my lashes curled
Easy to use
Packaging is gorgeous
Locally available
Available in 2 shades


May sometimes smudge under the eyes

Will I repurchase?
Probably. But I want to try the other Majolica Majorca Mascaras first! Haha!

Have you tried Majolica Majorca's Lash King Mascara yet?
What about the other mascaras? Which is your favorite?




  1. Too bad it smudges. I'm looking for a good mascara that doesn't do that.

  2. Buti kayo ni Lash King bati, kami hindi. haha But it's really good hindi lang kami meant to be. :p Love the photos Dawn. I miss you BIG time :)

  3. Really nice mascara and nice packaging. I'm thinking of buying one of these...*_*

  4. Anong ginagamit mo to remove this, I have the Lash Enamel Volume On, and ang hirap nya tanggalin. Is it really impossible to remove mascaras in one go? Mascara newbie here. I tried shu cleansing oil, bifesta, and the eye stinging ever bilena makeup remover.

  5. for rae: i use etude's mascara remover... óne shot clean' ata pangalan, parang ganun... madali xang matanggal, no matter what mascara i use, and i also just got lash king

  6. What other Majolica Majorca Mascaras have you tried? XD
    ~Pauline @Kallony

  7. I usually just use makeup removers and cotton pads. You cut the pad and place it under the lashes while your eyes are closed. There's a tutorial on youtube on how to do that. It's time consuming though. :P