Lakme Black Satin Kajal?? And why am I reviewing it now?? Well, I have been using this often these days, especially when I need smokey eyes and that reminded me to review this for all you girls - just to remind about this pretty fat kajal that was once everyone's favorite. This super fat super black kajal was launched as a part of Lakme's Gypsy Collection last year.
As per the claim it delivers super dark black line on my eyes. This is the kajal that taught me how to tight line my eyes. Yes, tight lining is so easy with this one as it is so fat and soft with a tip so blunt you need not worry about poking your eyes. But.. this one smudges big time. I once did tight lining with this and went to do my eye brows. When I opened me eyes.. gosh.. everyone in the parlor were laughing at me !! The kajal was every where around my eyes and that was the last time I used this for tight lining.
- Gives a deep black lined eyes.
- Tip so soft and blunt and thus easy to tight line [However I don't do it any more]
- I use this on my water line and I do not feel any discomfort. Unless I go for any parlor session and cry :p this stays in place.
- Hygienic as we can sharpen this before use [unlike the retractable ones].
- Comes with a lid that is intact and thus travel friendly.
- Huge kajal that will last long.
- Doing smokey eyes is a cake walk with this kajal.
- Pretty designing for a kajal.
- Smudges big time. So be very careful.
The cost of Lakme Black Satin Kajal is Rs.150 for 2 g.
|Lakme Black Satin Kajal applied on Bare Eyes|
If I do not mind the smudging I don't have any complaints with this kajal but it does smudge a lot. So I prefer using this to create smokey eyes and it does the job perfectly. I use this as a normal kajal too and without any drama or tears this stays long with little smudging. This the blackest of all the kajal I have tried so far :)
Rating - ♥♥♥♥♥
♥ Aarthi ♥