Best eyeliners available in the market

Eyeliners are an important part of the beauty regimen of women. Indians are known for applying kajal and surma to their eyes, and they have been doing it for centuries. When you apply eyeliner properly, it gives you a magical look, enhancing your whole face. There is something mysterious about a woman who gazes ahead with heavy kajal in her eyes.

There are many kinds of eyeliners available in the market, and all are good. You just need to know what type suits you best. Here is a list of some of the more popular brands:

  • Maybelline Dramatic Gel Liner

This is a gel eyeliner, with an oil-free formula. It has a clear gel base that is absolutely smudge-proof. Even if you touch your eyes or rub them accidentally, your eye liner will remain in place, thanks to its smudge-proof formula. This eyeliner is safe for use even for those who wear contact lenses.

  • L’Oreal Paris Kajal Magique

This is a not exactly an eye liner but rather a combination of an eye liner and a kajal pencil. It has a new-generation formula that is associated with mineral pigments, which gives it its deep, intense color. L’Oreal Paris Kajal Magique is enriched with vitamin C, cocoa butter and olive oil to create magic for your eyes. It is smudge-proof and lasts for at least 12 hours.

  • Lakme Eyeconic Kajal

Though the name says this is a kajal, it actually is an eye liner. It also doubles up as kajal. The slim twist of this exclusive range of Lakme is worth every penny. The kajal is very dark in colour and stays more than 10 hours.

  • Coloressence Supreme Eyeliner

Coloressence uses natural ingredients for its range of products. The Supreme eyeliner is available in a compact size of 9ml. It gives you a rich black colour that lasts a long time. It dries up fast, and is easy to apply.

  • Colorbar Waterproof Liquid Eyeliner

This product comes in a water-proof liquid format. Its features are that it does not crack, smudge or peel. It comes with an applicator which has a flexible tip. You don’t have to draw lines repeatedly; a single stroke is enough.


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