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As you all know Lakme already launched the Eyeconic range of eye makeup products! I am a regular user of Maybelline Colossal Kajal and now Lakme too offers Eyeconic range which is very much similar to the Colossal range of Maybelline. However I am not going to compare the Maybelline Colossal Kajal to that of Lakme Eyeconic Kajal. This is going to be a review on the eyeconic kajal.
What Lakme claims about Lakme Eyeconic Kajal :
How to use the Lakme Eyeconic Kajal? : On the upper lid, draw a neat stroke, starting from the inner corner of the eye and extending outwards. Repeat on lower lid.
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It comes in a nice packaging. It’s a retractable twist up pencil. The pencil is having a turqoise and black color combination. The Lakme Eyeconic Kajal is a black pencil, but its not jet black like the Maybelline Colossal Kajal. The pigmentation is just okay, nothing superb! Its smudge-proof, and soft but its not so creamy.
The Lakme Eyeconic kajal stays on whole day, however at the end of the day you might see the line fading away a bit. When I apply the kajal on the lower lashline, it budges after a few hours. Cant say about the waterline. So the claim of its 10 hour staying power is only partly true!READ REVIEW OF MAYBELLINE COLOSSAL KAJAL - CLICK HERE
The Lakme Eyeconic kajal is waterproof and even if you splash some water, it will stay intact. Its difficult to remove with soaps and facial foams, comes out only with a good makeup remover. It did not sting the eyes, also the price is INR Rs 199 so its very affordable.
I could create a smokey eye look with this pencil, so you need to have another kajal to do that. Though it is soft and smooth to apply, you wont get a super dark line with this Lakme eyeconic kajal.
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