Minna san genkii??
Think I haven't updated my blog for decades, I miss this little space of mine! *sobs hard*
I actually have bought this like few months back from Blossakura 小樱店铺, this online FB shop sell a goods from Japan, they constantly fly to Japan and buy stuff there and then sell them cheaper on their FB. Japanese stuff they sell includes cosmetics, skin care products, candies & confectioneries!
This only costed me around RM30 something. I'm not gonna lie but if you buy a Canmake eyeshadow from the local Sasa it will cost you more around RM40-RM60 (barely remember but it is just around the price). Just that the difference is the packaging is slightly dissimilar, I asked Canmake Malaysia before regarding why some of the Canmake products bought from Japan have a rather different packaging (especially the words written in English) from the one which is sold in Malaysia and they said that they did produced them in a different packaging in Japan but the products are all literally the same one under the Canmake brand itself.
What is Japanese makeups without their kawaiism as a trademark! The reason of why I'm so into Japanese related stuff because they're so adorable! Canmake brand portrays a kawaii image of what most girls in Japan are into! Their products can give you a cute "onnanoko" look (means girl/girly) like an anime & manga creation! When applied, the eyeshadows looks barely there but it's totally grant you a polished look with a natural sheen! (anime and manga mitai!)
The packaging looks almost like a rose gold in color to me. I love the angular glass-like thingy around its square edge as well, this give it much a princessy look.
Btw, spot the "Styling" word? This is the one that I bought from Blossakura which is bought from Japan instead of Sasa Malaysia.
This is the one that is sold in Malaysia. See the "Stylist" word? Anyhow this is the only difference I managed to spot. The rest is just the same be it the shades, packaging and etc.
I actually can't read Japanese, but that doesn't matter to me. This one is in the No. 03 Happy Coral. There's also a guide on how to use it on your eyes on the back.
Comes in 5 shades and the colors are all pretty to me...they look just natural and not too much. I think they're good to go with your everyday look. The only cons is the color doesn't last too long, like only less than 5 hours and they will start to blend in with the skin tone especially if you have a greasy eyelids. The shades are not so pigmented as well, like how Canmake described their products..."barely there" but honestly I just love them the way they are since I'm really into the anime-ish/manga-ish look, which is light, natural and dolly mitai! Go generous to make the shades more noticeable and use eye primer to make it last longer.
If you might want something more pigmented this one is probably not for you. I don't use this when I feels like creating more bold look, it won't works because the shades are too subtle and all they have is more shimmers than a pigment. I just love to use this for my light makeup look on daily basis...now that I'm working I'm using this almost everyday and I just damn love it!
Comes with a mini mirror which is quite handy together with a cute short applicator inside (one side is a sponge type for your eyelids and another side is a brush type to be used on your tear bag)
This is how all the shades looks like
A - Soft beige (to be used as a base or to create a puffy eye look on your tear bag)
B - Coral peach (optional to the sakura pink shade for a princessy look)
C - Sakura pink (optional to the coral peach shade for a natural high school girl look)
D - Chocolate milk brown (to line out the eyes along the lash line for a kawaii gyaru look)
E - Colorless glitters (to be used at the inner corner of your eyes for a brighter eyes or to be used as a highlighter)
You can also find Canmake Perfect Styling Eyes in more shades, and I just found out that 03 Happy Coral shade is no longer available and discontinued, now the shades left are 02 Baby Beige, 05 Pinky Chocolat, 07 Gateau Framboise, 08 Mermaid Blue, 09 Sunny Brown, 10 Sweet Flamingo, and 11 Rose beige. Here for your reference. They're sold at the Canmake section in all Sasa outlets in Malaysia, check out Sasa store locator and visit your nearest one to check out more Canmake products there!
Btw, Blossakura 小樱店铺 always open a preorder to people before flying to Japan so they can help you getting the Japanese stuff you want which is not available here, so make sure to take a peek at their facebook page later, Jaa matta ne!