March 27, 2017
Miracle Romance Sailor Moon Eyeliners Review
If you and I are close enough, you would know that there are three major things that I'm really crazy about and wouldn't trade for anything; Super Junior, Harry Potter and Sailor Moon. I have less control over my impulse when it comes to these three. Sailor Moon for instance always reminds me of my childhood, Harry Potter of my teenager days while I fell in love with Super Junior as soon as I finished high school. They kinda represent my youth and even until now, I just love and can't get over them. Some might call me childish, immature, and that it's just a waste of time but I don't care anymore. I used to be extra conscious about what people say but nowadays, I've just decided to embrace the things that I love. I am good at that and I plan to keep on doing it.
Anyway, let's stop ranting and get into the business. I am writing today to share about my Miracle Romance Sailor Moon eyeliners haul. At first, it was intended to just be collectables but I ended up loving the formulation and just can't stop using them. It's a tad on the pricier side (around RM70 each when I bought them last year). The first two of them was bought by my friend +Carolyn Ramoran Hamilton Malasig when she visited Japan, and the remaining was purchased by me during my trip to Seoul, Korea last year. I have to purchase two more designs to complete it so I am planning to ask my Thai friend to buy it for me when they go back to Bangkok.
Seriously, aren't those adorable? They worth every penny! The cap is actually separable in case you don't want to lose it while bringing the eyeliner around. They have two varieties which are the liquid and pencil type. I only use the liquid ones because I don't want to sharpen the pencil type and ruin the design. At first, I didn't really bother to try them and just display them nicely on my vanity but one day I ran out of my Dolly Wink liquid eyeliner (which I love too) so I just grabbed one of them as a substitute.
The tip's width is nice enough to make sure my lines are not too thick nor too thin. It's very easy to handle (not too watery) and dries off quickly too. I think that they are also waterproof as once it dries off, it doesn't smudge and stays on. I can put them on during the morning and it will stay as it is when I come back at night. Sometimes, even when my eyeshadows already fade away, they'll still be looking just fine. Now, I kinda cannot live without them so I guess I'll purchase more when all of them ran out. This once again proves that Japanese liquid eyeliners are just the best in the 'winged game'.
P/S: I used the eyeliner in the look above too. Precise enough to draw a thin one!
Till next post, toodles~! ♥ミ