Description: Sleek Makeup’s legendary I-Divine palettes are 12 shades of super-pigmented, long lasting, mineral based eye shadow, designed to suit all. Each I-Divine contains pearlescent shades, which contain mica particles that highlight and illuminate giving an overall radiant effect. Available in a variety of colour ways, your I-Divine is waiting for you.
Back in college, I used to love wearing kohl on my waterline but by noon, I would look like a raccoon and my eyes would be the b*tt of many jokes that used to float around. So from experience and tried and tested methods, here is a quick tutorial on how to make your kohl last longer without smudging on the waterline.
I have an aunt who avoids complimenting others. If all of us love someone’s look she’ll pooh-pooh it. If I compliment one of my cousins/other aunts on their makeup or clothes she’ll try to out do them and put them down. She just cannot open her freakin’ mouth to give anyone a compliment. And one day it happened.. in her house .. when I had gone for lunch!! She said the kajal I had used looked really nice and dark and said it enhanced my eyes beautifully! Eh?? Really?? Then definitely the Lakme Eyeconic Kajal had worked its magic on me!!
When I first heard of the Lakme Eyeconic Range, the name, claims and price impressed me. It did remind me of the Maybelline Colossal Kajal instantly and needless to say both of them are tough competitors! (I’ve tried both and if you want me to compare them do let me know in the comments section below!)
Today I will be reviewing the Indian Eye Kohl from Colorbar. I say ‘the Indian Eye Kohl‘ since it’s the only kohl available from Colorbar, the one and only one! This was a random pick during one of my online shopping sprees. I had high expectations from this since it comes from the company which gave us the I-Glide pencils. Anyway, moving on to the review…..