Lavshuca Holiday 2007 Makeup Palette

by PJ on Monday, November 12, 2007

in -Kanebo, -Lavshuca, 2007 Holiday, all about Japanese cosmetics, makeup, makeup - eyeshadow, makeup - lip color, makeup - lip gloss, stash focus

(Lavshuca Holiday 2007 Palette)

I just got my Lavshuca holiday 2007 palette a couple of days ago. The first thing I did was to take some photos so I could show you this cute palette.

I have not actually used it yet. (Unlike the DiorLight necklace that I also just got, I WILL be using this.) I will post a review after I have used the eyeshadows and the lip colors.

I was surprised to find that all the bits were outside the case when I received this. This is Lavshuca’s first eye-and-lip palette so they seem to be having a bit of fun with it. Also, since the case is not transparent, it makes sense to present everything like this so the customers in the drugstores can instantly see all the colors and the front of the case. Overall I like the whole presentation.

The case is made of cardboard but it is relatively sturdy.

(the case and the colors presented separately)

(Complete the puzzle!)

Obviously all the bits go into the case. But, I think perhaps some people will be quite happy just to leave them where they are so everything can be displayed as it is in the cute box. Umm…it is not a bad idea actually……

Related posts:

Straight onto my Shopping List: Lavshuca Holiday 2007 Palette
(my first impression of the palettes along with the new lip glosses)

Chanel Contraste Lumière Palette
(another great eye-and-lip palette)

{ 8 comments… read them below or add one }

RF Monday, November 12, 2007

Hey PJ!

I did a quick review of this on my blog – Mmm it looks so pretty but it’s not up to usual Lavshuca standards. I really wish I had kept mine in the original box like you instead of putting them in because I doubt I will use the palette that much anyway.

Ho humm….


PJ Monday, November 12, 2007

Hello RF,

Thank you for letting me know that you did a review on this. I see that you got both of them!

I see. I haven’t tried the colors yet so I don’t know how they are compared with my other Lavshuca items. But I will certainly look at the comparison when I do my review.

I am enjoying browsing your blog! If you are interested in talking about blogging in general (like what you were mentioning earlier), do please send me an e-mail (the e-mail icon is near the top of the blog). (I didn’t seem to see your e-mail address on your blog.)

In the meantime, thank you again for your comment! :)


the Muse Monday, November 12, 2007

I can’t wait to get mine :)

The post left me an orange slip on Saturday but I’ve been swamped and haven’t had a chance to go and collect them! PO is closed today sadly so have to wait for tomorrow!

Great pics and first impression PJ!


PJ Monday, November 12, 2007

Hello The Muse,

I see. I was thinking that you must have received it since you ordered it before I did.

I am positive that it is waiting for you in the post office!

Thank you for your kind words and for commenting again! :)


Emma Monday, November 12, 2007

Ooh I oredered the other palette from adambeauty so I’m looking forward to seeing your review :)


PJ Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Hello Emma,

Good to hear from you again!

Well, I think you might receive your palette before I post my review later this month. But I’d love to know what you think, and hopefully you will like it.

Thank you for stopping by again! :)


Lindsey Wednesday, November 14, 2007

I bought the gold version of this after seeing it in store and being won over (as if I needed to!) by the lovely assistants. I’ve been really surprised here at how much help and advice store staff give out!

I must say, the colours are gorgeous I’ve found and really suit my skin tone a lot more than I thought they would. I do believe that this palette has won me over to buying more Lavshuca items, especially since they are so readily available.


PJ Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Hello Lindsey,

Thank you very much for reading my blog and leaving a comment!

I am glad you like the palette!

I assume you are in Japan. (Lavshuca is also available in a couple of other Asian countries.) What you said really brings back my happy memories of shopping for cosmetics in Japan. Apart from being quite generous with samples (which is always a plus), the assistants are usually so polite, kind, and helpful.

Hopefully you will find other Lavshuca items you enjoy using. For me, I have bought quite a few Lavshuca items this year and I enjoy using almost all of them. (Do have a look at some of their eyeshadow palettes. They are quite nice!)

Thank you very much again for visiting my blog. Hope to hear from you again soon! :)


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