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REVIEW: Maybelline Colorshow Crayon Khol in Violet

Maybelline Colorshow Crayon Khol - Review Swatches

 

Review of Maybelline Colorshow Crayon Khol in Violet


Since my childhood I was never a very artistic kid. I mean generally children supposedly love to draw and color and stuff but I never enjoyed it and even though my parents tried to get me into the "groove" I never relented. Imagine the frustration they had especially since one of them is a fabulous oil painter and the other is into creating some out of this world sketches... And so finally they gave up on me...


However, one thing that I distinctly remember is the texture of crayons. Now remember when we were kids there came 3 kinds of crayons, one was the wax crayons that never gave a smooth and opaque color payout. The second kind was the plastic crayons that were smooth and silky to touch and colored a little too smoothly almost as if they would slip from your hands and then there was the third kind, the oil crayons that had crazy crazy pigmentation, was smooth and even and a created a thick coat of color on whatever you were coloring...

Remember?




Well the Maybelline Colorshow Crayon Khol falls in the first category. It is uneven, not very pigmented and a little too hard to apply. Well, to put it clearly, it feels a little chalky. Plus its a little brittle and hence breaks easily. On top of it, it smells a little weird.

Maybelline Colorshow Crayon Khol - Review Swatches






But not all is bad with this little piece of color. It stays put for pretty long without fading, smudging or flaking and hence is fabulous as an eye shadow base...

Price of Maybelline Colorshow Crayon Khol

It costs INR 325/-

Below are images of when used as an eye liner and as eyeshadow base.

Maybelline Colorshow Crayon Khol - Review Swatches






Pros of Maybelline Colorshow Crayon Khol:
1. Stays on for very long
2. Can be used as an eyeshadow base
3. Has some beautifully vibrant shades in the range

Cons of Maybelline Colorshow Crayon Khol:
1. Feels chalky
2. Applies unevenly
3. Breaks easily
4. Has a funny smell
5. The price isn't justified for the quality

Recommendation:
Well honestly, I wouldn't recommend it. But if you are really curious then you might want to check it out :) No harm there!

P.S. Product sent by PR for consideration. However, my review is honest and is in no way biased.

Comments

  1. love ur eotd...but sadly the quality is not upto the mark..thanks for ur honest review

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    1. Thank you for liking the review and for liking the EOTD Preethi :)
      Am planning to do a tute on the EOTD so do stay tuned :) ♥

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  2. Worst eye pencil ever!! Mine keeps breaking :P Can't even draw a line on the eyelids.

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  3. Looking forward to the tute. I have this in Noble purple and probably I can modify your tute to suit that colour. Nice honest review.

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