|Color Studio Kohl Addict Black Kajal – 299 PKR*|
However, on the waterline, it doesn’t set like it does on the actual skin. It kind of loses intensity there and I have noticed minor nude patches on my outer corners after several hours. The formulation of course is different from a gel or liquid liner and therefore it has lesser power of withstanding water in comparison, particularly on waterline which is wet itself. Also, I don’t find it transfer proof as it does transfer on the lightest touch, again from waterline especially. So, if you can give up on the bad habit of just touching your eyes through out the day, this surely won’t disappoint you. Overall, I am pretty satisfied with the results mainly because it does not smudge. One little tip for you is that it applies better on the waterline when blunt and better on upper/lower lid when sharpened.
|Note: It does look darker in person.|
Price: 299 PKR
Amount: 1.2 g / 0.04 fl.oz
Availability: Color Studio kiosks in leading superstores and malls.
Update (30/12/2014): After a few weeks of usage, this pencil started smelling weird. I figured it was due to the dampness being locked in by the cap that caused it to stink. I have never experienced this before with any other kohl but apparently the water it picked from waterline made the product smell funky. The actual kohl didn’t smell but the body that was in contact with the sides of the cap. The smell disappeared once the pencil was left uncapped. I suggest wiping off any water on the pencil before capping. I used it a couple times after that and it did not irritate my eyes but be careful and use at your own risk.