Like most Japanese sunscreens, this goes on greasy but dries to a very matte finish and I mean very. In fact, it is so matte that it made my nose slightly flaky. Plus it gave my skin a ghostly white cast which was so not hot! So yes this may come with a high SPF and pretty models in their ads, but I will not be buying this again.
I was totally sucked into Majolica Majorca Automatic Liner by its pretty commericals and cute packaging.
While the promo pictures show a great selection of gorgeous, metallic colors, the liner comes in softer colors and is not as pigmented as shown. I have BK999, which is supposedly a rich black but it shows up a dark gray at most on my NC30 skin. To get a solid black line, you really need to layer it on.
The formula is also a little runnier than my favorite Inoui Liner, making it harder to draw a fine line.
I do like the brush a lot though – the bristles are very soft and do not tug at my skin.
For ~$20, there are definitely better options out there. I will not repurchase.