Lord&Berry Black Silk Kajal Kohl Eyeliner Review+Swatches




 Lord&Berry says "Sensual and exotic, that's the effect that Silk Kajal Kohl Eye Pencil delivers. Just like the traditional Kohl, but with the modern ease and control of a pencil. Giving a semi-matte finish that is also smudgeable, Silk Kajal Kohl's soft tip is ophthalmologically-tested and gentle enough to be used on the inner eye." Lord&Berry offer this kohl pencil in three shades, today I'm writing about Black. This eye pencil retails for $16. I received a tiny nub of the Silk Kajal in an Ipsy Bag. Lord&Berry does not test on animals. This pencil eyeliner was made in Italy.

 There's not much to say about Lord&Berry's Silk Kajal when it comes to packaging. This a basic wooden pencil; the Lord&Berry logo anjd product name are printed on the black pencil in white lettering. The Silk Kajal sharpens poorly, the wood splinters and the tip snaps off very easily, making it quite difficult to get a precise point.
 Lord&Berry's Silk Kajal Kohl has a soft, easy to apply texture. This pencil is best suited for use on the eyelid, it doesn't transfer onto the waterline very well. Lord&Berry's kohl is a soft black, really more of a charcoal grey. with a matte finish and weak pigmentation. This kohl is very smudgeable, which is great for about half a minute, but the product never completely sets. This eyeliner has a tendency to transfer from my lash line to my brow bone or collect in my inner corner. Messy, messy stuff right here. On top of the smudging and smearing, Lord&Berry's Silk Kajal also fads significantly after just a couple hours of wear. This eyeliner removes easily with just water.
Lord&Berry's Silk Kajal Kohl Eyeliner is pretty disappointing. the texture is nice, but its poorly pigmented and too smudgy. The Black shade is more of a drab grey. I like Lord&Berry's packaging style and have admired their products from afar for a while, but I'm less than impressed with what it contains! The Silk Kajal was a very poor introduction to this Milan based brand. I'll be tossing out this tiny kohl nub, its not really worth trying. 




Ingredients:
hydrogenated palm oil, hydrogenated cocoglycerides, ethylhexyl palmitate, mica, cera alba (beeswax), hydroxylated lanolin, cera microcristallina (microcrystalline wax), propylparaben, retinyl palmitate, tocopheryl acetate, macadamia ternifolia seed oil, propylene glycol dicaprylate/dicaprate, tocopherol, ascorbyl palmitate, lecithin, glyceryl stearate, glyceryl oleate, citric acid, nymphaea alba, dehydroacetic acid, bhit, methylparaben, sorbic acid, sodium dehydroacetate, iron oxides ci77499, ferric ferrocyanide ci 77510


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  1. I was unaware this post was about mary

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    1. -bes poorly pigmented and smeary-

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  2. I haven't tried mine that I got, but I'm going to throw it away now. Thanks for the review!

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    1. Its for the best. you're welcome. <3

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