If you are a Lunasol fan, you might remember that spring 2007 was a big season for the brand. Its fall 2006 Scent Purification collection, featuring the beautiful Scent Form Eyes palettes, was very well-received, but it is the spring 2007 collection that elevated the brand to the very top of Japanese cosmetics.
(Blend Creation Eye & Cheek in D-1)
(image from www.cosme.net)
I like the idea behind the new Blend Creation Eye & Cheek palettes from Esprique’s spring 2013 makeup collection. The middle two shades in each variation are used for both the eyes and the cheeks, and the shades for the eyes and for the cheeks can be used separately or mixed together. All the variations look quite easy to wear, and D-1 looks the most appealing to me.
Shortly after I purchased Kanebo Kate‘s Gradical Eyes A in GD-1 (my first purchase from this popular Japanese drugstore beauty line), I decided to go for PU-1 from the same range. (It was released in spring 2011.) Today I am sharing my thoughts on this palette.