30 Jul 2012

Eyetex Dazzler Eyeliner in Black-Review

Hi,

How are you doing? I am trying to follow my self imposed decision to blog more frequently. This one is going to be a review about felt tip eyeliner. Felt tip liners have always fascinated me. They look like sketch pen and give us a feeling that we can draw any type of lines, thick, thin etc with ease on our eyes.

I have used one felt tip liner from lakme long back and liked it. After that I started using their instaliner and it has become a staple to my routine eyemakeup.

I love my Lakme Instaliner very much that I did not venture into other brands for long. When I went to stock up my instaliner, this product caught my eyes and I was like “why not this” and purchased it.



Read on to know more about the performance of Eyetex Dazzler Eyeliner in Black.

Eyetex is famous for its Kajals that come in tiny boxes and Kumkum’s. Recently they have broadened their horizons and now have a famous line called “Dazzler” that brings in nail polishes, eyeliners, eye shadows etc. I love dazzler nail polishes for their cost and colors. This eyeliner is from their dazzler range.

Cost: Rs. 200 but I got it for Rs. 180/- (Special Launch Offer) for 2ml.

Expiry: 24 Months from date of Manufacture.

Info from the packaging

About Eyetex dazzler Eyeliner in Black:

Velvet black eyeliner with superior application in a convenient and easy to carry form.

Ingredients: Aqua, acrylic acid/acrylonitrogens copolymer, PVP, PEG-10 Propylene glycol, pigment, preservatives.

How to use: Starting from one end of the eye, line your eyelid till the other end. Make the line as thick as you like.

How to remove: Close your eyes, Splash water and let it soak the eyes for about a minute. Rub gently and rinse off.

My take on Eyetex Dazzler Eyeliner:

It comes in a sturdy Maybelline Collosal Kajal type of cardboard packaging. The packaging was thrown away by my mum who thought that I am accumulating way too much cardboard covers. The color of the packaging is Cream and black with their names written on them. The list of ingredients, cost, How to’s etc are provided at the backside.

The eyeliner comes in a felt tip pen kind of plastic case and the lid is quite sturdy. I personally like the way the eyeliner looks. The Liner is easy to use and we can create the winged liner look very easily.  My only concern was that the lines created by the liner are not “get black” and I prefer much darker shades of black.



Now to list out the positives & Negatives:

Positives:

  1. Pretty pack.

  2. Felt tip is easy to use.

  3. Study and travel friendly cap.

  4. Pocket friendly.

  5. Long Staying if not rubbed.

  6. Lines drawn looks fresh even after 7-8 hours.

Negatives:

  1. Not That Black.

  2. Liner is NOT smudge proof. If you have the “Eye rubbing Syndrome” then stay away from this one.

  3. Not waterproof.

  4. This is not really worth mentioning as a negative point but I prefer the products I use to have a full ingredients list. I would have been much happier if they have put the “preservatives” names as well.

[caption id="attachment_129" align="alignleft" width="256"] Lines Swatch[/caption]

[caption id="attachment_130" align="alignright" width="256"] After Scrubbing once :([/caption]

















Judgment Time:

Though i like this, I am not a fan of this one. But if you want to try out a felt tip liner then buy it as it wont burn a hole in your pocket.

See you in another post. Good Night

Voiceofrm

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