1-Day Tattoo K-Palette Lasting Eyebrow Pencil

Monday, January 12, 2015

I learned nearly perfecting--though it still needs work--my eyebrows last 2013 while we were in Japan. With so much makeup tools around you from one shop to another, you won't be able to stop yourself from grabbing almost all of them. You would want to try almost EVERYTHING. Japan is known for there very effective beauty products. One of which is the brand, K-Palette. I took my ate's (it means big sister in Filipino) advice and bought one for myself. I got the 1 Day Tattoo K-Palette Lasting Eyebrow Pencil in Camel Brown since my hair color back then was light brown leaning to golden at that time. Plus, there is a rule when it comes to the shade you should use for your dear brows which depends on the color of your mane--I hope to discuss this in the future. *hint hint* I was able to practice drawing my non-existent eyebrows with this sorcery. I swear, it really does last the whole day and it won't even fade. I experienced my lipstick, blush, eyeshadow, and foundation fading but not this one. It will not be called 1 day Tattoo if it doesn't have high pigmentation. It comes with a spoolie brush which is attached at the end of the pencil. It was my favorite beauty arsenal and will forever be a go-to item. Unfortunately, my usage of this prized possession was short lived because it has gone missing one day. It just disappeared inside my bag. That day was one of my saddest in 2014. It's difficult for me to replace it since this variant is not available here. I've checked all the Beauty Bar branches and so far, I have failed. I guess I have to try their other items then... Maybe soon!

Hope you can end your day by reading this post!

Love lots, xx
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