Who doesn’t love defined eyes? Kajal is something that I can’t avoid putting on when I am stepping out of the house. It has become a necessity for me. I love heavily kohled eyes and you will find a bunch of them in my vanity. Recently, I got my hands on Sugar cosmetics Twist and Shout Fadeproof Kajal in the shade ’02 Still Got the Blue’ which is a stunning cobalt blue kohl that can be used both on the lids as well as on the waterline. You gotta read on to know more
Price : 399 INR
Quantity : 0.35 g
SUGAR Cosmetics claims
“Let your eyes do all the talking with SUGAR Twist And Shout Fadeproof Kajal! Just twist the easy applicator and rim your eyes with its intense formula and you’re good to take on the world. With a specially-designed anti-slip grip gives you a super-steady hold, its creamy consistency & preservatives-free formula makes it suitable for the waterline as well as the lash line. This high-performance multi-use product combines the benefits of a kajal with those of a gel eyeliner and does not fade or smear for more than 10 hours! Available in 2 intense shades:
- A true blue that looks fabulous on all skin tones, Still Got The Blues is edgy yet incredibly classy at the same time.”
How to Use
- Open your eyes wide for precise application & gently rim your waterline. This wonder product can also be used as an eye liner thanks to its creamy consistency.
I must admit I have loved each and every sugar cosmetic’s product that I have tried till date and this one is no exception. This beautiful thing comes packed in the usual adorable carton box that lists the ingredients of the product on one side. Inside it, you will find the retractable pencil that rotates from the front unlike many other twist up pencils available in the market. I remember how I was moving the bottom part of the pencil thinking why the hell isnt anything coming out and then I realized ‘Ah! it gotta be twisted from the top’. I don’t know if I was the only one who struggled figuring out this little piece but yeah it can get a little confusing for the first time users. So basically the blue colored area just at the front is where you want to move the pencil is order to get the kajal out. There is a rubber grip present just behind the retractable top which allows one to hold the pen firmly resulting in a better control.
Leaving aside the packaging, the kajal has a buttery soft texture that glides onto the lids with such an ease that it literally amazed me. The stick is really delicate so a little extra pressure and you might break it apart which is what happened to me when I used it for the first time. Although you don’t really need to put in a lot of effort to get the pigment right there but sometimes you just dont wanna be very careful and when you are using this one .. Mannnnn ! you have to be..you don’t have any choice. This is insanely pigmented .. all you need is two swipes and you are ready to go. The color ‘blue’ is a very subtle one. It won’t look ‘over-the-top’ even if you wear it to work. The staying power is good as it lasts long on my super oily lids as well as on my waterline except that it smears somewhat at the outer corners of my eyes which is one area where none of my kajal has ever survived. It doesn’t sting or burn in the eyes and feels alright even when I wear it with my contact lenses on so I am assuming people with sensitive eyes wont have any kind of trouble using it. To remove it, all I do is massage with olive oil and then rinse off with my regular facewash.
Overall, Sugar Twist and Shout Fadeproof Kajal in the shade ‘Still Got the Blues’ is a complete winner for me. It is intense and long wearing – which is everything you want from a kohl Do try it if you like wearing blue on the eyes For those who aren’t comfortable with the color may opt for the black shade because the formula of this one is really commendable
I tried creating a cut crease eye makeup look with it. I tried a glitter liner along with it later whose swatch I have put below this picture
What do you think about this kajal? Let me know…
PS : *PR Sample* Honest Review.