Lotus Colorkick Kajal Review, Price & Swatches
Wishing everyone a Very Happy and joyous New Year! I really wanted to post today’s review in the last month but it turned out to be my first post in the new year. Nevertheless here is a review one such thing that i cannot stay without.
I can never step out of my house without my lip balm and a kajal. I love keep trying kajals so that one day I can find my ultimate pigmented and long lasting kajal. I have already reviewed the Faces Mageneteyes Kajal and the Maybelline Colossal Kajal. I wanted to try the Lotus Colorkick Kajal for quite some time now, but I was not able to find it online. Finally one day I found it at my local medical store and undoubtedly I picked it up in a blink. Let’s see if the Lotus Colorkick Kajal can be a fair competitor for my favourite kajals.
Price: Rs 199
Package Description: The Lotus Colorkick Kajal comes in a lovely pink retractable pencil case. The name is printed in yellow colour and I love the bright pink colour which makes it easy for me to spot it among the other items in my purse. Retractable pencil leads to no wastage and ease in using the product.
Product Details: When I first swiped this kajal, I was blown away by its pigmentation. The kajal give you a jet black in just a single swipe. The texture is quite soft and creamy but still the kajal does crumble or break. I love how it easily glides on the waterline and lower lashline without irritating the eyes. The best part is this kajal is 100% vegetarian and enriched with botanical extracts which makes it completely safe for applying it on the waterline too. I still hate the fact that the ingredient list is not mentioned. Now most of the kajals that I using currently are pigmented but the main test is the staying power and if the kajal is smudge proof. I have quite watery eyes and most of the kajals tend to smudge from my waterline within an hour or two but this kajal surprised me by staying on almost 3 hours with minimal smudging. It stays on the lower lash line for a good 6-7 hours with a bit of smearing. Honestly speaking, for me this is by far one of the best results I have achieved from my kajal.
Hits – Lotus Colorkick Kajal
- Attractive pink packing
- Jet black
- Awesome pigmentation
- Smooth application
- Creamy texture
- Safe for eyes as made from botanical extracts
- Good staying power
- Easy to create different looks
Misses – Lotus Colorkick Kajal
- Ingredients not mentioned
Overall Verdict: I am bowled over by this cutie and the Lotus Colorkick Kajal has given me the best result by far. It’s amazingly pigmented and stays on for really long. The best part of trying new stuff apart from your HG products is that you never know you might find something that can replace your favourite products and this is what exactly happened to me after trying the Lotus Colorkick Kajal. I really love this kajal and I don’t think I will part away with this easily.