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PREVIEW & LOTD: Maybelline Colossal Kajal in Turquoise

Maybelline Turquoise Kajal Kohl Review Swatches

 

Preview of Maybelline Colossal Kajal in Turquoise


Have you heard the news yet? Maybelline's Colossal Kajal is now available in Turquoise too... I know I sound like a billboard advert and I am sure you are all sick and tired of reading and hearing this catch line since a week now but truly it is a colossal news especially for all Colossal kajal lovers... If you were a die-hard fan of the Maybelline Colossal Kajal in Black then you are sure to love the turquoise version as well...


Of course, when I first heard they were coming out with a shade in turquoise, my first thoughts were why turquoise, why not a beautiful jewel toned sapphire blue or an emerald green or a jade purple... But when I got the turquoise delight in my hands, I realised how Summer apt the shade was and how fun and flirty it could make your look, look :)







Price of Maybelline Colossal Kohl in Turquoise

It costs INR 249/-

So here's me wearing the Maybelline Colossal range i.e. the Kajal in black, the kajal in turquoise and the mascara...
I will soon be posting a step-by-step tutorial on the look as well...

Maybelline Turquoise Kajal Kohl Review Swatches

Maybelline Turquoise Kajal Kohl Review Swatches

So how do you the look's come out to be? And what are your first impressions of the Maybelline Colossal Kohl in Turquoise?

In other news, have you seen my Accessories Blog lately?






Comments

  1. I like how you've done a bit of a gradient with it. :)

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  2. I have been controlling myself. But the colour is soo pretty that I really have to get it :)
    And pleasee give me your skin. You look so stunning :)

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    1. ha ha babe go get it... I am sure you'll like it if you liked the black version as well...
      And thank you so much for the compliment about my skin ♥

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  3. The look is nice, but I'm loving your earrings, and absolutely drooling over your hair! That is one amazing pouf! :-)

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    1. awwwww thank you Rashi ♥ That pouf was quite a work of luck, if you know what I mean ;)

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  4. This is an awesome look Suma! You look fab!

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  5. This looks really pretty. Loved the FOTD

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  6. looking great...want look breakup step by step..

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  7. Heyyy Sam pls share tutorial how to apply this along with mascara n black kajal๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š

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