Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Palgantong loose powder

Heard so much about this brand of loose powder, finally is coming to Singapore soon.
In 1978, LUDWIG LEICHNER of German created the professional cosmetic for the 1st time in the world. Re-established the cosmetic through re-blending a prescription for Asian skin with the inherited prescription and skill of the cosmetic (130 years’ tradition),
As introducing in Professional make-up field, such as Korean TV broadcasts, in 1989, professional make-up artists had started to use the theatrical powder, alias . This is very well known product to entertainers. Since 1999, this, the best hit product, has been selling to non-entertainers as well.
Also, it recorded 600 million selling products from 2002 to 2006 in critical Japan cosmetic market. Therefore, it was selected as and secures the 1st selling position in Japan powder section. This is internationally approved production power, the Theatrical powder.

* Slimming Effect : Make your face look slimmer with a three-dimension effect caused by the light reflection

* Long Lasting Effect : Strong to water or sweat. Do not make strain easily. Excellent long lasting functional powder

* Blooming Effect : The scattering effect of light scattering power creates bright and splendid skin.

* Super Hydrate Effect : Maintain the moisture all day long preventing moisture evaporation, Create silky skin


Anonymous said...

hello andy,

where and when will it be launch?

AtelierGal said...

I've been using this for the last 2 years now. The great thing besides how light the powder is, the jar is so compact that it doesn't take too much space in my bag :D

Pinky said...

Dear Andy
usually, which makeup brand did celebrity use in TV shows, print ads, model walk way, drama etc?

MAC? :)

Winnie said...

I think I saw something like this at WATSONS..not sure if i've seen wrongly.


jo said...

i like the make -up you did for Ann Kok on this week's 8 days... very nice!!


Rachel said...

hi andy, where can we get it from? many thks in advanced.

Anonymous said...

Where will it be selling when its here in SG?

AtelierGal said...

Hi Andy, sorry for asking questions again. I notice that whenever I tried to apply concealor on my under-eye, it becomes sort of cakey. Any way to rectify the problem? Thanks

AtelierGal said...


Its not selling at Watsons, far as I know. I bought mine online. But the Korean shop @ basement 1 at Cineleisure is selling this in 2 shades.


Jo said...

Hi Andy,

I have dry and crack lip problem but i do wish to find an affordable and natural lipstick that stay moisturized at the end of the day. By the way my lips are darker than the normal red rosy kind. That's why i have problem in finding a suitable colour. Thanks!! =)

PS: I'm aware that orangey tones suit most of the slightly darker skin tone. Am i right? Cos i tend to buy orangey tones yet it doesn't really reflect on my face =(

LaVenDeR l0vE said...


i would like to ask you for a recommendation on waterproof eyeliners? Where can i find waterproof ones?
Be it liquid eyeliner or pencil eyeliner? i am fine with both.
Keeping within the budget of 20-25 bucks?


InnerSenses said...

this has been selling in sg for ages.. i tried it first time abt 2 yrs bk... unless this is a different one but am sure it's been sold in sg. Effects so so for me.

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