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REVIEW: StudioWest Pure Passion Kajal and Eyeliner


REVIEW: StudioWest Pure Passion Kajal and Eyeliner

Diwali is exactly 11 days away and I am super excited about it :) The pati and I plan to travel to Delhi for the festivities and my mental scramble for getting things done last minute has started... The physical scramble will happen only late next week when there truly wont be any time left :/

It happens every year without fail... I just cannot get things done on time how much ever I try...
That's me!

Coming back to the topic of the post, I have also started making a list of makeup products I need to repurchase and the one that tops the list are the StudioWest Pure Passion Kajal and Eyeliner... If you have been following my blog lately you'd know that I had attended an event by StudioWest at the Westside store at Infinity Mall, Mumbai and had an opportunity to play with loads of loads of StudioWest makeup products, I wrote a post about it and you can read all about it HERE.

Price of StudioWest Pure Passion Kajal & Eyeliner

They cost INR 195/- and 295/- respectively

The StudioWest Pure Passion Kajal and Eyeliner are perhaps my most favorite products from the entire range and they are hands down the best of their kind. They are creamy in texture, glide beautiful and do not smudge at all! As far as pigmentation is concerned they are pretty awesome for a drugstore product.

I have already finished my kajal and eyeliner and I intend repurchasing them.

Staying power wise they stay on the whole day without fading and I am truly in awe of them.

Overall Rating:

I would highly recommend liners from the StudioWest Pure Passion range. They are affordable, glide on smoothly, do not smudge and stay on for a whole day.


  1. The blue kajal is pretty. Doesn't look odd on the waterline like some blue shades.

  2. आप के ब्लॉग की जितनी भी तारीफ की जाए कम है अगर आप हिंदी फिल्मे देखते है जुड़े हमारे पेज से जिसपे रोज 10000 लोग आते है


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