29.3.19

Mamonde Pang Pang Hair Shadow Review



Whenever we tie our hair back to do a sleek ponytail, the first thing that comes to mind is usually the hairline. For whether it is too thin, receding or even has too much of space in the front; a good coverage product is always great to have in hand to assist.

Mamonde Pang Pang Hair Shadow


So measuring 3cm in height and in diameter, and weighing 3.5g, the Pang Pang Hair Shadow features a mirror, a Pang Pang puff and a hair shadow. All this is completely built in within the product as it is developed as a compact all-in-one solution to give the face a more youthful appearance by focusing on the areas that show signs of ageing on the face, which includes the hairline, eyebrows and the certain eye areas.
Details to Note:

  • Formulated using Mamonde's unique 'Skin Fit Powder System' pigments.
  • Enriched with Rose Hip Fruit Oil Extracts which help smooth and revitalise the skin and hair.
  • It also can be used as regular makeup (eye, contouring, shading, etc)

As can be seen above, the range has 3 variants which are in 01 Babyface Hairline, 02 Light Brown and 03 Reddish Brown. The consistency within is a lightweight, long wearing tinted powder that can be used in multiple ways to complement a natural, radiant makeup look. For by tapping the hair shadow onto hairlines or eyebrows, it fills uneven hairline and can add dimension to sparse eyebrows. You can also use an angled brush to fill in any sparse areas on the eyebrows as well.


Plus having utilised it last week in the workshop, we have to say that it is a good product, and seeing that it is multi-purpose, affordable and extremely travel friendly too, it is definitely a great item to have with you.

In the meantime, Mamonde's Pang Pang Hair Shadow will be available at all Mamonde Beauty Counters at Aeon 1 Utama, PJ, Aeon Midvalley Megamall KL, Aeon Bukit Indah JB and Aeon Tebrau City JB. Other than that, you can also find it online at Hermo and Lazada as well.

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