Dolly Wink Pencil Eyecolor Eyeliner Review & Swatches

Purchased by me


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I love going to Mitsuwa. They have decent Japanese food, pantry and snacks and their cosmetic aisles are awesome! They don't carry a lot of brands but as long as they carry Dolly Wink, I'm happy. I don't have the entire collection of the brand or anything even remotely close but the very few things that I have, I adore them! They are a bit overpriced at Mitsuwa and I know I can get them cheaper through eBay but… sometimes you just want to feel the product in your hand you know? So I'm OK with paying a little extra for that. :)

Dolly Wink Pencil Eyecolor Eyeliner in White/Champagne

Dolly Wink Pencil Eyecolor Eyeliner in White/Champagne

Dolly Wink Pencil Eyecolor Eyeliner in White/Champagne

Dolly Wink Pencil Eyecolor Eyeliner in White/Champagne

The Dolly Wink eyeliner pencil I'm about to review today is also from Mitsuwa. I don't know if this is a new product or not but the packaging is definitely new. The pencil has adorable purple flowers printed on the off-white background. The cap is a matching off-white and adorn with floral emboss. Super mega cute!

Dolly Wink Pencil Eyecolor Eyeliner in White/Champagne

Dolly Wink Pencil Eyecolor Eyeliner in White/Champagne

Upon opening the cap, I was surprised to see that the color is actually champagne. Initially I thought it was just plain white. But champagne is even better and it has gold glitters in it. The texture is ultra creamy and it glides on really smoothly without tugging or pulling. It is to be used on the waterline to help create the “illusion” of big/awake eyes and if you go heavy with it, you can actually achieve the “undereye bag” effect as well. You can also use this on the inner corners of the eyes and I actually quite like how the gold specks reflect light. It's very pretty. The staying power is so unheard of for a waterline highlighter! You know most eyeliners when used on the waterline, they don't seem to last that long, maybe a few hours and then you will see some fading. This Dolly Wink, however, just lasts and lasts! When I first swatched it on the back of my hand, I had a hard time removing it even with a makeup wipe! And when I tested it on my waterline, it did not disappoint. This thing is there to stay. And stay some more. Very impressive.

Dolly Wink Pencil Eyecolor Eyeliner in White/Champagne

Dolly Wink Pencil Eyecolor Eyeliner in White/Champagne

Dolly Wink Pencil Eyecolor Eyeliner in White/Champagne

Dolly Wink Pencil Eyecolor Eyeliner in White/Champagne

Dolly Wink Pencil Eyecolor Eyeliner in White/Champagne

Dolly Wink Pencil Eyecolor Eyeliner in White/Champagne

If you are looking for an alternative to a matte white or nude for lining the waterline, definitely give this one a try. It's so easy to use and the result is very natural-looking. Another job well done, Tsubasa Masuwaka! (She's the creator of Dolly Wink & Candy Doll makeup.)

BUY ▶ US$13 | Mitsuwa, eBay

8 Comments So Far & Counting!


 
  • Lily says:

    Cutest makeup by dollywink! I recently purchased a few of their products, the packaging alone allured me to it!

  • Lily says:

    I got the pencil eye colour (the one you reviewed except the packaging is pink and gold) and a mascara/eyeliner duo pack. It was very difficult to pick out the right mascara because everything was in Japanese T_T

    I also picked up some goodies from Canmake, they make pretty blush ^_^

    • Jaa says:

      Oh I have the same problem! I usually purchase my Asian cosmetics at Mitsuwa and I wish they would label their products a little more detailed in English than just “black eyeliner” or “face lotion”! LOL I wanna know if they are long-wearing/waterproof/shimmery/blackest black or just black and so on.

      I have heard so much about Canmake products! I think I need to try them soon. Do you think I should start with their blushes maybe? :D

  • Lily says:

    LOL!! yes!!!! I spent 20minutes looking at the mascaras, opening each bottle, looking at the brushes, smelling the content etc lol I also think I may have purchased a concealer stick for lips (i never knew they made specific lip concealers :s)

    Canmake had some cute products! Their lip range was quite appealing but I didn’t pick anything up. I think blush would be a nice place to start (although I’m a little obsessed about blushes lol). I picked up this one: http://instagram.com/p/k3-wgoGfT9/

  • Jaa says:

    Oh I’m curious about the concealer stick! Do you think it would be opaque enough to cover my natural lip color?

    And that blush – OH EM GEE!!! How can something be that PRETTY! I will hunt it down!! LOL, oh wait, how much is it? LOL.

    • Lily says:

      The concealer stick is quite thick, creamier than a lipstick i’d say!

      hahah, I got it for approx 700yen in Japan, quite decent ^_^ I’ve seen it on Sasa’s website though! Do you go to Japan often?

      • Jaa says:

        No, actually I’ve never been to Japan! *sad face* I purchase my Japanese makeup through eBay mostly and also when I stop at Mitsuwa. :)

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