Hello All 🙂
Not that often it happens that you want something, you try to find it, fail miserably and then finally you give up on finding that . Then you get sent that items :p Like some one knew exactly what I wanted.
Lesson learnt: If I fail at finding something, wait!! I might get sent that 😛
What the heck am I talking about? Lol my rants
I am talking about the VLCC Enchanting Eyes Kajal which I was searching for and I got sent.
Here I am with the review.
Price: Rs.199/- for 0.3g
Cyclopentasiloxane, Trimethylsiloxy silicate (and) Polypropylsilsesquioxane, Carbon Black, Caprylyl Methicone, Bees Wax, C20-40 Alcohols, VP/Eicosene Copolymer, Euphorbia Cerifera, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Copernicia cerifera, Ozokerite Wax, Butylated Hydroxytoluene
My experience with VLCC Kajal:
Packaging: The Kajal came in a bright Orange cardboard pack with some black designs. The Kajal which has silver detailing on the cap , pretty sight. Cap shuts effectively which adds to the travel friendliness. It’s a retractable Kajal pencil so the no product wastage. Overall travel freindly light tube.
Pigmentation and texture: The Kajal is one of the Jet black Kajal’s I have used. It has sheen to it, which looks pretty on the eyes. One stroke is all one needs as the pigmentation is great too. The texture is smooth like butter 😛 Glides smoothly without any tugging. But at the same time you have to take care not to apply too much pressure.
Performance: Once applied one has to wait for a minute or so for the Kajal to dry. I usually have this habit of setting my Kajal with black eye shadow. When I apply the eye shadow when the kajal is yet to dry the eye shadow gets adhered better and add to the longevity. I was able to test this on the watery eye as well as the normal eye. The day I had watery eye, the kajal stayed like 3 hours on the waterline and on the upper lash line it started fading after 5.30 hours. During the normal days the
Kajal stayed intact for about 7+ hours on the upper line and 5+ hours on the waterline. The Kajal fades by the end of its wear time. In both the cases you have to use a good oil based remover to completely clean it from the waterline.
Affordable, Good pigmentation, Travel friendly packaging, no product wastage, good performance
On watery eyes the Kajal will fade faster, Soft texture so Kajal might end up breaking if pressure is applied.
All in all a good performance for the price paid. I would not call it a heavy duty Kajal which stays jet black at the end of its wear time. I would call this a good Kajal in the range of 200-300 INR. One can give a try. However for watery eyes I would not recommend this.
Have you tried this? Which Kajal are you using currently?
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