Today I'm talking about one of the scariest looking eyeliners that you've ever seen!!
Bourjois Queen Kajal Eyeliner
Ok, so it's not thaaaaat bad.. But imagine if it got shoved in your eye.. It'd hurt. Bad
It used to be pointier, but I've used it quite a lot so it's now less pointy and dangerous...
This was a February addition to my make-up collection, and I've been using it since. I'm a big fan of khol eyeliners because I prefer a smudgy (is that a word?) look, but haven't tried many kajal eyeliners.
So I decided to give it a go. It's supposed to be an eyeliner that will stay on your waterline all day. And it does surprisingly. It does fade, but it's still there!
I've had an on-off relationship with putting eyeliner on my waterline because:
a) it hurts my eye (I tend to poke...)
b) it doesn't last long
So this definitely conquers the second one, maybe not the first...
It applies really easily (like a kohl), but makes a defined line (like normal eyeliners).
But the best feature is the kajal bit. Where you can smudge it into your eyeshadow so that it looks like you've used powder as a liner (without black powder ruining foundation), which is the look that I prefer, YAY!
I'd recommend this kajal to people who are fans of eyeliner in their waterlines. It lasts way longer than any other eyeliner I've used in my waterline. So, it applies like a waterproof eyeliner, but the best bit is that it removes just like a normal eyeliner with an oil-based make-up remover.
It is now a regular eyeliner for me and has replaced Dolce & Gabbana Colour Intense Eyeliner (review here) as my everyday eyeliner.
Have you tried Kajal eyeliners?
Let me know what you think of them in a comment!
Ciao for now, G x