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REVIEW: L'Oreal Paris Magique Kajal in Supreme Black

L'Oreal Paris Magique Kajal in Supreme Black

 

Review of L'Oreal Magique Kajal in Supreme Black

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I as a rule do not retrospect. And neither do I introspect. I am just not a retro/introspective person. I prefer to live in the present and take life as it comes. However, like my mom says a little retrospection and a little introspection is what one needs in order to strike a balance in life and make it harmonious. So whenever the pati and I have a fight or an argument, I make it a point to force myself to cud chew about the past and look at my inner self and see what improvements I can bring about in me.


So yesterday after the pati and I had an argument, I introspected. And honestly? I came up with a few self disciplinary actions that I need myself to act on. And the first that tops the list is that I need to be a little less cranky during "those" days. Of course all this has no connection with today's post but then my introductions to a post rarely ever were related to the reviews that I was doing, now were they? Ha!

So coming to review...

L'Oreal Paris Magique Kajal in Supreme Black





The L'Oreal Paris Magique Kajal in Supreme Black does not require any introduction and not necessarily in a nice way... Everyone's heard of it, everyone's tried it and everyone's read reviews about them... Now when I received the PR sample I was pretty excited especially seeing how black the kajal looked on Aishwarya Rai (in commercial)... OMG I was jumping with joy the day I received it and I just couldn't wait to try it out...

Price of L'Oreal Paris Magique Kajal in Supreme Black

It costs INR 245/-





However, I was in for a nasty surprise... It just wasn't black enough :( I mean reallly, after all the hullabaloo and fanfare with which the product was launched, I expected some outstanding, something that would alter the course of history and would make women flock every drugstore, supermarket and even kiraane ki dukaans to get their hands on the wonder... But my bubble burst cause how many ever times I layered the product the pigmentation did not measure up... And that was enough to make the product a failure for me.

L'Oreal Paris Magique Kajal in Supreme Black


L'Oreal Paris Magique Kajal in Supreme Black


However, there is one saving grace. I don't know what chemistry is behind the product but it is something that does not smudge and hence does not give you the dreaded panda eyes! I mean it disappears/evaporates as the day progresses but just doesn't melt or smudge or get collected at the corners of one's eyes or form artificial dark circles.

Would I Repurchase?
No!

Recommendation:
If you are not looking for a jet black kajal but need something that would not smudge or give you panda eyes then you might want to try it out.

Comments

  1. Not very black is it, and sounds decent! Nice review! xx

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  2. Oh my God! It looks like some local kajal pencil that just wouldn't show any colour.. Very poor pigmentation..
    So sad. After all the hype :(

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  3. Yeah it isn't the balckest black..was kind of disappointed with that. But I do like the soft matte finish it gave somehow.
    Also, yes, it stays on so long. On and on :)

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  4. Retrospect. Hahahha me and pati have major clashes during thise days too...

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