Thursday, 30 June 2016

Line your Eyes WIth VLCC Enchanting Eyes Kohl (Green & Blue) - Product Review

Want a shift from basic black kajal and create looks beyond classic black? Colored kohls are the latest can't-live-without beauty product for most women and are hugely appreciated to create all the drama. I got two of the kohl shades from VLCC other than intense black and these are how they look and perform...
Product Description: 
Nothing speaks to the world more than your eyes. Whether simply lining the eyes with a neat, clean stroke or experimenting with dramatic winged lines, Kajal is a must-have for women’s makeup. With VLCC Enchanting Eyes Blue & Green Kohls you can achieve many intense looks that accentuate the beauty of your eyes. The stunning blue and green shades to brighten up your looks and make the lasting impression from office to evening outs. So go ahead and woo the world.
Key Ingredients:
Cyclopentasiloxane, Trimethylsiloxy silicate (and) Polypropyl silsesquioxane, CI 42090:2, Caprylyl Methicone, Bees Wax,Euphorbia Cerifera,C20-40 Alcohols, PVP/Eicosene Copolymer,Mica (and) CI 77891,Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, CI 77891 Copernicia cerifera, Ozokerite Wax, Butylated Hydroxytoluene

Price: Rs. 245 each
Shelf Life: 2 yrs.
Weight: 0.3 gms.

VLCC colored kohls are available in two shades currently i.e. Green and Blue. Both the kohls have similar packaging. They come in retractable pen format which is packed in catchy orange cardboard packaging. The kohl pens have color coded labels at the cap for easy identification. The pen's cap is tight enough not to come off unexpectedly.
The kohls are very creamy in texture and are nicely pigmented. Single stroke gives rich, visible color to accentuate your eyes. Repeated strokes for twice or thrice intensifies the look beautifully. The smooth application causes flawless line to come up without jerks. But its too soft to break easily, I wish its toughness can be increased.
The kohl are not completely water proof, but don't easily bleed on eyes if your eyes get watery for some reason. Infact, it lasts decent time period on my watery eyes, if I manage not to rub my eyes all day long :P Just like VLCC Intense Black Kajal, these kohls also need to to be cleaned using a good quality creamy makeup remover, so that it doesn't either itch or leave its impression behind. 
Overall, these colored kohls are a good break from usual black kajal and can be fairly acceptable for daily wear because these are non-shimmery and look gorgeous.

12 comments:

  1. The green liner shade is really pretty and like you mentioned definitely a break for the regular black.

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  2. Interesting shades and review, will surely try buddy :)

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    1. Hope you found this review comprehensive

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  4. want to see this on you -plz wear this & post pics - waiting

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  5. I love the pretty shades especially the blue one. Lovely review Shilpa! :)

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