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Review & LOTD: Colorbar I-Glide Pencil in Blackout

Colorbar I-Glide Pencil in Blackout
This is going to be a short and sweet post about the blackest of all blacks in eye liner pencils. Colorbar I-Glide pencil in "Blackout" is a jet black liner that does not smudge, does not crease and does not transfer! It's simply perfect for times when you have to put in long hours but do not get the opportunity to touch up your make-up time and again. This is one reason why I find this best for office! :)

I use it as an eye liner on my upper lashline as well as a kajal on my lower waterline. 

I will not list down its pros and cons cause they are same as it is for all I-Glide pencils. You can read my detailed review here

Swatches

Eye Swatch
Eyes Swatch
Price
It costs INR 325/-

Repurchase?
Definitely! As these pencils are really soft they need to be sharpened frequently and will get over pretty soon... So yup I will buy it again! :)

Would I recommend it?
Oh you bet!

Overall Rating
9/10

Comments

  1. Nice review ! Hope this does not smudge when applied a kajal

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  2. Nice review ! Hope this does not smudge when applied a kajal

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  3. how's the staying power???? I have these on my list but I have super oily lids

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  4. Its definitely good dear, but a close dupe almost as good as this is faces solid black, try that !

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  5. @cookdokoo: nope doesn't smudge as a kajal... but staying power is better when used as a liner than a kajal :)

    @Eve: babe trust me I have the oiliest lids in the world and they stay on for 6-7 hours on me without smuding or creasing :P

    @Taps:Faces Solid Black is similar? wow! i have got to try that out as well then :)

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  6. I love Colorbar eye pencils but as Taps said you should try the Faces one..it is the blackest black. In fact I swatched both of them side by side and the faces one is definitely the blackest pencil.

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  7. omg really Parul??? wow!!! i am so getting one for myself now ;)

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  8. I'll give this a try when I divorce Colossal! Good post BTW! It's good to see that this blog has a pretty face behind it! I'm just plain tired of seeing people's hands, arms etc.

    http://liantra.blogspot.com/

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  9. lovely..u can make any shade look mesmerizing :)

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  10. awwww anamika thats so sweet of you :) thank u! :D

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  11. wow kya timing...i needed a black liner for my lower lashline so made an order for blackout at stylecraze yesterday only.....oh n i cant help sayin this out loud-ur eyes r really pretty:-)

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  12. Where can i get dis pencil in mumbai near colaba or churchgate ??

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    1. hi anonymous :) you can easily get it at Beauty Center at Crawford Market or Health and Glow on Colaba Causeway.

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