L’Oréal Paris Kajal Magique: Review, Swatches and EOTD

While people say India is still a
developing market in terms of exposure to makeup….I don’t think that’s quite
right. On the contrary our exposure to makeup is quite early in our life and it doesn’t matter if your are a boy or a girl…if you are born in an Indian
household, you have definitely worn one form of makeup ….and that’s Kajal.
Kajal is still one the most
important things in my vanity…I can’t survive a day without it and I love to
wearing it very visibly not just on my waterline and my lash line but on my
lids as well. If I skip it…I look unwell…which by the way comes very handy when
I want to skip a day at work on the pretext of being unwell :p.
We have  lot of budget friendly options available in
the market….Maybelline’s colossal and Lakme’s eyeconic and now L’Oréal has
launched Kajal Magique….the brand was kind enough to send to me and I have
been using it for a couple of weeks now and today I am finally ready to talk
about it.

Price: Rs 245 for 0.35 gms.

Ingredients: Not mentioned 🙁
What the company has to say about
the product:

“Get over ordinary kajals, L’Oréal Paris Kajal Magique – the queen of kajals has arrived. Step into the
spotlight and let your eyes do the talking”
Ok let’s talk about the packaging
first. L’Oréal Paris Kajal Magique comes in this electric pink and black
packaging
and a retractable tube. I love the color combination….I
remember telling my mom how pretty this combination would look in a sari….and if
you ask me I kind of  find this packaging
much more attractive than the boring colossal yellow or the eyeconic black.

It is definitely not the blackest
kajal
out there but you do have to swipe it a couple of times to get that rich
black color. The texture of this kajal is pretty smooth and it does not tug on
your eyes
when you apply it….even when you apply it on the lids.  

The staying power is decent. On my
waterline it last for almost 5 hours and then it starts fading. On the lids, it
lasts a little longer….almost 6-7 hours. I am kind of glad that this fades
rather than smudges or transfers on the socket line because fading is still
something you can handle….but fixing smudged kajal is definitely much more painful.

Here is how it looks on me

My final verdict is definitely a
great option. It’s a little expensive than its counterparts but then again when
it comes to the texture and packaging I think it fares much better than the
other options. You do have to put in a little effort to get the color but once
you apply it, it stays in place and looks amazing.
Have you tried the L’Oréal Kajal
Magique?
Did you like it?

Share your feedback with me by
commenting below 🙂
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