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REVIEW: Lakme Eyeconic Kajal in Blue

Lakme Eyeconic Kajal in Blue
Lakme Eyeconic Kajal - Blue

 

Review of Lakme Eyeconic Kajal in Blue


As I sit here drafting this post while simultaneously watching Ghana fight it out with the USA in the FIFA World Cup 2014, I cannot help but feel sad for Portugal and the way they were washed out by the mighty "Aryans"... Portugal is my favorite team (Spain comes a close second), mostly due to my obsession with Cristiano Ronaldo but I like Pepe and Coentrao too and so Pepe's Red Card was something that completely broke my heart tonight.


And so, even though I had earlier planned to do a full blown LOTD, after the match all I could come up with was a product review :/
But don't get me wrong, Lakme Eyeconic Kajal in Blue is no ordinary product and hence it's review is anything but.



Price of Lakme Eyeconic Kajal

It costs INR 250/-






Lakme Eyeconic Kajal - Blue


Lakme Eyeconic Kajal in Blue is a deep, midnight blue that can sometimes be mistaken for black. If you are looking for a bright, electric blue then this isn't a shade for you but if you need a subtle, subdued, dark blue then this is a shade for you.

Lakme Eyeconic Kajal in Blue
Lakme Eyeconic Kajal - Blue

Texture wise Lakme Eyeconic Kajals are soft and intensely pigmented. They stay on for more than 6 hours easily and smudge very less.
Another important feature that works in its favour is the easy availability. They are very easily and abundantly available at all drugstores, chemist's and grocery stores.

I am not really sire if they are waterline safe but I use them on my waterline as well on my tightline and my eyes seem fine, no watering, no itching and no burning :)

Recommendation
A great dark blue liner that is beautifully pigmented and doesn't smudge too much.

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