And not just because we share the same initials and use alliteration.
I personally think that Majolica Majorca has the prettiest packaging for mascaras. Hands down. There are those who disagree, but I just love the elaborate black with gold.
This is what the cap looks like (Click to read on)
And the wand, You can’t mistake this wand for anything else. Stands out by a mile. To get the full effect, you have to use both sides. First, apply mascara to your lashes with the #1 side, wiggling it back and forth to really load on the product. Next, comb through with the #2 side to separate and lengthen (the second side gets the fibers onto your lashes).
I took another picture, this time with thinner eyeliner so you can see how much length this gives me.
Just so you know, this is a freaking PITA to remove. I’ve heard it’s relatively easy with a dual-phase remover, but I left my Lumene WP in America. Right now, I’m using DHC Cleansing Oil (I buy mine from 7) which gets about 90% of it off. I use two pumps, then work it into my lashline for about 20 seconds. I let it sit for a little longer, and then rinse it all off with water.
That being said, I don’t think it gets any better than this in terms of length. When I went shopping with my friend yesterday, she definitely noticed my lashes (we tried to hunt down a bottle for her, but Sasa was all sold out). It also holds a curl like nothing else I’ve ever tried (I’d say it even beats Maybelline Full N’ Soft) and is seriously smudgeproof (well it better be if it takes that much work to remove).
My rating: A+