Kajal, as I have told in my previous posts, happens to be a very essential thing to me just next to oxygen. I will never be caught without lining my lower waterline. I somehow feel, without that, I look like a sick patient.
In this post, I am going to review my beloved faces kajal that has been my travel buddy for so long.
Price: Rs. 99/- for 3 g
Black sturdy plastic packing with a cute mirror in the cap. Travel friendly.
I line my waterline at 9.00 AM in the morning and it does not smudge/crease/make your face look like a panda till 2 PM after which it seems to disappear a bit here and there and settle in to the lash line. It did not give me that embarrassing panda eyes.
Pigmentation & texture:
The pigmentation is very good. It gives a decent dark black color in just single swipe. As it is creamy, it glides on easily. It does not melt like the hashmi one’s. I have been using this kajal for the past one month and I have not experienced irritation of any sort.
The tip of the kajal becomes fatter as we use and it becomes a little difficult to draw a thin line. The Cap fits in tight making it my favorite travel buddy. The tiny mirror that’s attached along its sides is an added advantage.
I have tried using this to line my upper lash line and found it difficult to do without ruining the shape of the bullet as I required a brush to do so.
It is not smudge proof. i.e., if you rub your eyes you have big chances of ruining your kajal.
It is a very good kajal that stays long and does not give panda eyes. What more can you ask for 99rs?
Hope you loved my review. Do share about your favorite kajal in the comments below.