4 Fantastico Kajals Available In India

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Kajal is a beauty staple among Indian women. My mom is just not into make up and the only thing she applies is kajal with powder compact and lip balm. 

Few years back I used to stay far far away from kajals because they smudged horribly on me and then Maybelline launched the fantastico colossal kajal which was smudge proof and long lasting, so now I wear my kajals without worrying about ending up with panda eyes.
After Maybelline launched its pocket friendly colossal kajal the Indian beauty market got flooded with smudge proof kajals .

When buying a kajal here are the key things you should look for:
  • A smudge proof kajal is ideal because you will be using it on waterline.
  •  If you have sensitive eyes look for herbal kajals which give a cool minty sensation on application.
  • Twist up kajals are fuss free and convenient as they don't require sharpening. They is also no product wastage in such kajals.
  • See whether the kajal is water proof. Most water proof kajals are difficult to remove and if not removed properly it can make your eyes look tired and Panda like the next day. I prefer my kajal to be smudge proof not water proof.
I have personally used many different kajals in the past two years and from my experience I present to you reviews of 4 fantastico kajals which you might want to consider buying:
#1 Lakme Eyeconic Kajal:
This is my favorite kajal , a HG product of sorts . I love it because it is jet black with a smooth texture which glides easily on both my waterline and lashline. This kajal is smudge proof and stays for 8 hours on my lash line. On my waterline eyeconic kajal lasts for 6 hours and though this kajal is water proof it can easily be removed with baby oil. 
Packaging: Retractable twist up pencil
Price : 210 for 0.35gm
Availability: easily available online and offline

#2 Plum angel eyes kohl kajal review:
Plum is a SLS and parabean free brand and this kajal from them is best suited for sensitive eyes. Plum kajal gives a nice black colour in 2 swipes and easily stays on my waterline for 6 hours giving a slight cooling sensation after application. This kajal is pricey compared to other kajals I have used but for its natural formula paying more is OK with me. My eyes sometimes get watery easily and when I want something gentle on my eyes I turn to plum kajal.
Packaging: wooden pencil which needs to be sharpened
Price : 425 for  1.14 g
Availability: only available online

#3 Maybelline colossal kajal :
This was my first twist up pencil kajal and frankly I was not impressed with its colour pay off. I had to swipe multiple times to get dark black colour. Once I have swiped 3-4 times I get an intense black colour which lasts 5-6 hours on both waterline and lash line. The texture is creamy and it glides easily as well. I prefer lakme eyeconic over Maybelline colossal kajal because of it intense black colour in single swipe. If you want a kajal which gets removed easily choose Maybelline instead of lakme eyeconic.
Packaging: Retractable twist up pencil
Price : 175 for 0.35 g
Availability: easily available

#4 Oriflame kohl pencil in black :
I don't use too many oriflame products so when I got my hands on this pencil I had zero expectations but it turned out to be pretty good. This khol pencil isn't jet black and needs at least 3 swipes to give a dark colour. I like the texture and the wear time is also impressive staying for 5 hours on water line. If you get bored of using eyeconic and colossal give this one a try.
Packaging: black pencil which needs to be sharpened
Price: 249 for 1.3g
Availability: can be brought only through Oriflame representatives or online on ebay.

This blog post is inspired by the blogging marathon hosted on IndiBlogger for the launch of the #Fantastico Zica from Tata Motors. You can apply for a test drive of the hatchback Zica today.

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2 comments

  1. Hi Bushra, Thanks for the info. One question - which one is the easiest to remove from the 4? I use the Lakme one and from experience I can say that it gives trouble even if I use a good remover or just coconut oil..

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  2. Hi Bushra, Thanks for the info. One question - which one is the easiest to remove from the 4? I use the Lakme one and from experience I can say that it gives trouble even if I use a good remover or just coconut oil..

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