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Pang Pang Hair Shadow : A Versatile Makeup Bag Essential from Mamonde



I think many of us familiar with the word Eye Shadow but a bit strange with the word of Hair Shadow. A conservative thinker may feel hair shadow is just for someone who are having lesser hair and bald hair. huhuhuhuh...well...nothing to be ashamed for being bald. You are a lucky one to hair such a fuller hair with less gap in between of your hairline.

If you have been following my blog, you will notice I hardly pull my hair back into a stubby ponytail. I have a situation where my hairline has a huge gap due to hair fall. huhuhuh...sad case for any woman. I am not a fashionista or a highly skilled beauty blogger who will mix up a palette of eye shadow colour to highlight on and fill up the gap. The wrong step in doing that with my unskillful hand may end up with a huge beauty mishap embarrassment to myself. kekekeke


Recently, I was introduced to Pang Paang Hair Shadow by my all time favourite Korean Brand Mamonde. I would say, I was glad to accept this beauty workshop invitation. As usual, Mamonde never failed to make the guest walk out feeling beautiful and sweet from their event.




The event started with skilful PocoteeLoh caricature drew me and then dab on Pang Pang Hair Shadow to finish off her amazing works.


Then I was having fun trying out this Pang Pang Hair Shadow to fill up the gap on my eyebrow. kekekeke...Yes! this is how this innovative miniature product from Mamonde is something you must have in a makeup bag. Not only it helps in filling in the sparse hairline and highlight to your hair, but you can also use this as regular makeup. 
If you have a skilful hand to use a makeup brush,  this awesome product can be used as eyeshadow and even as face contouring.

Sharing is caring... here is some tutorial for you to do face contouring based on your face shape :




This shows Pang Pang Hair Shadow is a versatile product from Mamonde. Is it safe to even apply to the skin? Well, Pang Pang Hair Shadow, formulated using Mamonde's unique "skin-fit powder system", pigments in this product are bound together with lecithin-coated powder which helps the hair shadow adhere better to the skin and surrounding hair. Pang Pang Hair Shadow is also enriched with Rose Hip Fruit oil extracts which helps smooth and revitalize the skin and hair, which keep you looking radiant.

During the workshop, I asked the beauty consultant if we will be dripping with colours down to our cheek if we sweat or get caught under the rain. Well, the answer to my concern is no. You don't have to worry about such thing.



The Mamonde Pang Pang Hair Shadow comes in 3 variants to deliver the most natural looking result to a variety of hair colors :

01  Babyface Hairline 
02 Light Brown
03 Reddish Brown

Each Mamonde Pang Pang Hair Shadow, 3.5g cost RM59.00 available at Mamonde Beauty Counters at Aeon 1Utama PJ , Aeon MidValley, Aeon Bukit Indah,JB and Aeon Tebrau City JB. As for me, online shopping is the most convenient to shop nowadays, you can grab Mamonde Pang Pang Hair Shadow at Hermo.my and Lazada.com.my.

For those who still not familiar with beauty Brand Mamonde, this brand is from South Korea and most of its products inspire feminine beauty with flowers. You can visit https://www.facebook.com/Mamonde.MY/

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