Face of Australia :: Liquid Eyeliner

The first time I found Made in Australia product was the cosmetic brand, Face of Australia. I bought a liquid eyeliner from this brand for as low as AUD 8.85 from Priceline, probably the only brand and the ONLY local brand which sells at an affordable cost while compared to others.

The liquid eyeliner weighs 3ml or 0.25 fl oz. I liked the design of the eyeliner bottle. The long lid allows me to hold it easy and draw the apply the liquid easily. I have used many eyeliners which have small lids and it is quite difficult to hold.







Pros:
The first thing I loved is the long thin brush and the nozzle gives an excellent finishing, be it thick or thin.
Does not cause any irritation. Lasts long until you wash your face or eyes.
Easy to apply very thin lines.


Has a friendly "Price" tag 

Cons:
I didn't find any drawbacks.

Verdict: 4.5/5


Makeup kit from Models Prefer

Most of us haven't heard of the brand, Models Prefer, which is available in the Priceline chain of retail across Australia. During my last visit to Melbourne, I bought this Makeup palette from Priceline, which was running an offer, as low as AUD 4, that's $ 4. I was so happy to see the kit which comes with two face powders, three brushes and four eye shadows

Models Prefer makeup kit
Blush brush with Mineral Foundations

Models Prefer Makeup kit

Eye shadows with brushes
Overall, I am happy with the kit which comes along with three brushes. :)

Mowgli's Boomerang

Every child is fascinated to watch the cartoons and why not they bring so much creativity in them. Especially when you listen to the animals converse with each other, share happiness and sadness, emotions unlike, we, human beings. Amidst all the animals in the forest, so called Jungle, the word also adopted by English dictionary, there is a brave boy who has been brought by the animals and firmly believes they are his parents. After watching the Jungle Book, when I would go out for walks or see other animals on the street, I would think, why these animals aren't talking like us, just like the ones with Mowgli. Mowgli must be a special boy that the converse with him alone and we are just ordinary that they talk to each other in coded language and share secrets to themselves. 

The bonding shown between the naughty boy, Mowgli and his relationship the animals  is tremendous. Bhalu, the bear, was another character which I admired due to its honesty. Sher Khan, the tiger would always challenge the young boy but also teach him the survival methods. The older, the wiser you're to advise the young. I always loved and even love the title song "Jungle jungle paTa Chala hain, chadi pehenke phool khila hain.." As a child, I had the same addiction to Jungle Book, the way the kids these days are crazy to watch Chota Bheem! My Sunday mornings were spent right in front of the TV without even brushing the teeth and my mother would always scold. Even during the clash tests and exams, Jungle Book were a part of study time and I would obviously receive extra scoldings, "Are they going to ask what you watched on TV yesterday? Better focus and study." But watching Mowgli's adventures with his so called loyal wooden weapon, "Boomerang", that would return to him, no matter how far he was, was always astonishing. I would also wonder how Mowgli survived the varying climatic conditions of the forest without any clothes.

Best thing I loved was the boomerang and my father would say that the boomerangs were available only in Australia and it is Australia's souvenir. Fortunately, Australia is the first foreign land I stepped and always reminds of Mowgli's Boomerang. Every time I noticed a boomerang, the song would play on my mind, "jungle jungle pata chala hain.."

The boomerang fridge magnets

Boomerangs - souvenir of Australia

Watch this video which refreshes the old memories of 90's and brings back the child in you.


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