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Essence Kajal Pencil Review & Swatches – Feel The Mari-Time

(Last Updated On: April 23, 2018)

We all love some pop of colour in our everyday makeup. Whether be it lipsticks, mascara or liner, we can always switch from neutrals to some funky stuff. So, today I’m sharing Essence Kajal Pencil Review. A little pop of this product would go a long way!

Essence Kajal Pencil Review Swatch

Product Name: ​Essence Kajal Pencil in the shade Feel The Mari-Time

Price & Quantity: It retails for ​INR 129 for 1g.

Availability: ​It is easily available online .

Shelf Life: ​Use within 36 months.

Ingredients: ​Not mentioned! You can check on their official website, I’m pretty sure they’ll have it.

Packaging & Appearance: ​It has a color coded packaging. It has turquoise colored body & a very basic kajal body with a long cap. The pencil is sharpenable but it doesn’t come with a sharpener.

Essence Kajal Pencil

Fragrance: ​It doesn’t has any fragrance.

Swatch: ​In the image below.

Essence Kajal Pencil Feel The Mari Time

Variants: ​There are no variants as such but different shades are available.

Claims: ​Precise application & long lasting.

How To Use: ​You can use this on your upper and lower line, however you would like to use!

My Experience: ​I love trying out different colours of liners on myself. I had seen many people using this kajal but I never bought it. Turquoise was the colour that I was looking for and I finally got my hands on it.

I really like the pigmentation. For me pigmentation has to on point to like a product and it succeeded in that. The only bummer is that it doesn’t settle to a matte finish nor it is smudge-proof, so it budges easily which reduces it’s longevity.

But you can always go ahead and set it with a translucent loose powder. Also, it doesn’t come with a sharpener but at this price we can’t expect much. I have used this to line my upper waterline but never used it for my lower one as kajal because I do not like to wear kajal. But I am definitely looking forward to try some cool looks with it!

Essence Kajal Pencil Review

Texture: ​The texture of the Essence Kajal pencil is very creamy and soft. It glides on smoothly without tugging. But in winters you have to warm up the product a little before using as it becomes a bit dry.

Shade: ​The shade which I have is Feel The Mari-Time. There are many other shades available and I really love it’s colour range.

Essence Kajal Pencil Eye swatch

Staying Power: Essence Kajal Pencil stays on for 5-6 hours. The longevity depends on everyone. As Essence Kajal Pencil is not smudge-proof so it might fade earlier from your waterline.

Pigmentation: ​The pigmentation is very good. I really like how pigmented it is in just one swipe.

Finish: ​It has a satin finish. It doesn’t settle down to be matte. So it can budge easily.

Pros:

1. Pigmented
2. Creamy
3. Glides easily
4. Affordable
5. Travel Friendly
6. Good variety of shades
7. Staying power is decent

Cons:

1. Budges easily
2. Not smudge-proof
3. Doesn’t come with a sharpener
4. Will becom a bit dry in winters

Jhaali Diva Verdict: 3.5/5

Do I Recommend?

Yes, I do recommend Essence Kajal Pencil in the shade Feel The Mari-Time as it is very affordable and the shade range is also very nice. It glides on easily and has an easy application.

Will I Repurchase?

Yes, I will purchase this but in some other shade as I am smitten by almost every shade that they have in this range.

Overall Summary: ​If you’re looking for some coloured liners, go for Essence Kajal Pencil as it is ultra affordable and this liner is perfect if you don’t want to invest in any expensive coloured eyeliners but just want to try some funky colours out!

~Divi Tuli

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