Last year in October I brought bunch of Lakme Eyeconic Kajal from India. Mainly that was for to stock them up because I’m an old fan of Lakme Eyeconic kajal in black. That time along with black one I also got Blue, Grey and White to try. I was suppose to write this review long time ago but the lazy me and time management hold be back till now!
Apart from this four color there is also two more color green and brown of Lakme Eyeconic Kajal available in market. They claims to be long wearing up to 10 hour, smudge proof, waterproof and dermatologically tested.
Packaging of Lakme Eyeconic Kajal is very random like all other twist up liner. Every pencil contains .35g of product.
Among all budget Kajal available in market Lakme is my favourite. First reason, they are very smooth to apply compare to others. They glide on supper easily in waterline and with one/two swipe I get that perfect opaque color.
About the shades I got, as I mentioned before black is my favourite always. Some people find this black isn’t black enough but it’s completely fine with me. I die on its smoothness mainly. White one is another best white kajal that I have experienced so far. None of the white kajal/liner I have used so far stayed in my water line with full opacity but this one. I find the blue one little bit disappointing in terms of color. This blue is almost close to black not that deep navy blue I expected. Grey one appears to be blue-ish grey with opaque pigmentation.
Lakme claims these liners to be smudge proof but they are not. As you can see from the picture above they does smudge with of course strong effort. They do last long in eyes if you don’t touch them. I wore these liner up to 6/7 hour and they stayed put all the way. These liner also turned to be safe in sensitive eyes like mine, they didn’t occur any allergic issue. Taking them off isn’t hard either but if you want to wear them in waterline then you might need to use a good remover to take them off.
Overall, I love Lakme Eyeconic Kajal. I already went through few of black one and will repurchase that again for sure. At least for me they are the best budget kajal available in market. I highly recommend them if you haven’t tried one yet.
These are widely available in India ( RS 200) and Bangladesh (BDT450/-).
In Malaysia selected Guardian Carries whole range of lame product. Lakme Eyeconic Kajal retails here in Malaysia for 20RM.