Thursday, June 11, 2015

Review: Shiseido Majolica Majorca Lash Expander Edge Meister Mascara.

I bet you were wondering when I was going to try the next weird mascara, right? RIGHT. I have your back. I am still loving my Fairydrops but it's starting to get a little dried out so I thought it was time to try something new. Someone recommended the Shiseido Majolica Majorca Lash Expander Edge Meister Mascara (seriously, whaaaaaah?) and it showed up almost immediately thanks to the magic of Amazon Prime.

Edge Meister, etc!

First, the packaging is adorable. It's just really pretty and appealing and that makes me happy. And then there's the brush:

Oh, that is some Advanced Mascara action right there. The formula is fairly wet and very fiber-y and the flat brush took a little bit of practice. The result after a few coats was very long, feathery lashes. I actually had to pull off a couple of the fibers because it made my lashes too long. What it's not great at is volume. My lashes were super long, but it doesn't really thicken unless you do multiple coats. It did have decent staying power, though. Here's my before and after for the Lash Extender:

Before - sad and stubby

After - long and fluttery
Good stuff. I will say that I think the Fairydrops (reviewed here) does a better job with staying power and volume and is a bit easier to apply, but your mileage may vary. These are both very nice, very advanced formulas if you want all day fiber-length in your life. 


  1. You've convinced me to give mine another try- in conjuction with my FairyDrops perhaps, though, for volume

    1. I'm going to try that! Great suggestion. (And sorry I thought you'd recommended it! I had it saved in my Amazon cart so I assumed it was you. Eep.)

  2. No matter, it worked for you! And honestly, the first time I used the Deja Vu I was disgusted with it- but it turned out to be one of my favorites, go figure - so maybe I just judged too quickly with Der Edgemeister-

    1. Sometimes I think mascara needs a little age on it before it works correctly.


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