EYE LINER PENCIL COLLECTION

Hey guys. How are you all doing?
If you know me one bit, you would know I’m a total eyes person, I don’t even care about lips, bronzers anything else. And as a consequence, I have an array of different types of eye liners.

Today I decided that I would share with you guys all the eye liners I have. It has only pencils, not gel or liquid liners.

Also before I begin, I have to apologize for a variety of  things. One, for being MIA for almost a month, two, for the miserable quality of this post and three, for how I will be absent for the next few days (laptop still not recovered.)

With that out of the way, let’s get started.

Maybelline Gel Liner Eye Pencil – Lustrous Sapphire (Rs. 499): One hundred percent my favourite, both formula and color. The formula on these is absolutely water proof, smooth af, long wearing and doesn’t budge on move once dry. This particular shade dries matte and looks beautiful on people with brown eyes as it makes them pop. If you want to start wearing colored liners, this might be a good one to begin with. It’s beautiful, I highly recommend this one. The only down side is that these are not roll up pencils so they need sharpening.

Kiko Milano Eye liner pencil – 806 (Rs. 250): Not as smooth as the Maybelline pencil, still quite good especially for the price. I love how unique the color is, a matte mauve purple, can’t wait to actually use this. I never have for some strange reason. I’ll be doing it soon.

Faces Magneteyes Kajal (Rs. 179): The most affordable yet good quality kajal in the market right now. I haven’t used a different kajal in over three years, it’s pigmented, budge proof and I definitely highly highly recommend it.

Maybelline Gel Liner Eye Pencil – Soft Nude (Rs. 499): Formula I’ve spoken about before, I love it. This particular shade, I like using it in my waterline all the time, even when all I’m wearing is mascara. It’s experimental since it’s not matte, but totally worth it!

Kiko Milano Eye liner pencil – 812 (Rs. 250): This shade is amazing to wear with a black liner, on it’s own it sort of washes it out the eyes and looks not so flattering. I used it in my Diwali Get Ready With Me you can check it out for some inspiration.

Lakme Eye Conic Kajal – Brown (Rs. 275): I love brown liners so much more than black ones, more natural and more real. I use this as a liner and smudge it a little lightly and also on the lower lash line to make the eyes look big and more defined.

Maybelline Colossal Kajal – Turquoise (Rs. 249): Okay Maybelline, if you can do great formula like the gel liner pencil then why beat up the quality with this one? I mean I know price but you know! These ones are not as creamy asI would like my liners to be that is probably why I don’t see myself reaching out for this. However, this is the only turquoise one I have ,so when feel like it, I go for this.

Essence Eye Pencil – Ms. Money Penny (Rs. 249): Gorgeous right? I know me too. The pigmentation on this one is amazing and it’s a twist up pencil, which is awesome. However, I’m not fond of how this color looks in the waterline for some reason and it is too out there for the top. So, I don’t really use this one much. I want to start doing that though, I’ll figure it out and tell you guys!

Maybelline Gel Liner Eye Pencil – Glossy Emerald (Rs. 499): I know I have way too many of these but this particular color is my absolute obsession right now! I love how out there yet classy this is. I used it in a wedding guest make up look very recently. I love it so much.

Those were my eye liner pencils I own. I love how there is a lot of variety in my collection in terms of shades and brands (or not, Maybelline for life.)

I hope you guys enjoyed this post as much as I did!

If you have any requests or questions for me, make sure t DM them to me on Instagram! I’ll be happy to hear from you all.

Thanks for stopping by.

Loads of love,

Preksha. ♥︎

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