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SexySmoky Kajal Powder Liner


SexySmoky Kajal Powder Liner


0.01 oz Item 2526975

Color:Sultry Black


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Go sleek or smoky - No look is out of line. Create a sultry bombshell look with Buxom's SexySmoky Kajal Powder Liner. With a specialized delivery system and conical sponge tip applicator, this innovative component houses an ultra-smoky, intensely pigmented "wet powder" formula within the cap. Reload color with every twist for a smooth and effortless liner application. Simply swipe along upper and lower lash lines for a smoldering look that is perfectly imprecise.

Precision Look:
  • Line your lash line from inner to outer corner for powder precision.
  • Point the conical sponge tip towards the end of your brow, then line back towards your outer corner of the eye for a smoldering cat-eye finish.

Smoky Look:
  • Line your lash line from inner to outer corner for powder precision.
  • Smoke it out by gently blotting conical sponge tip along initial line to create a trendy lived-in, smoky effect.


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Needs work

By Atty Tude

from Boise, ID


  • Cumpy
  • Doesn't Run
  • Long-Lasting
  • Very hard to blend f/smokey look


  • Clumpy
  • Difficult To Apply

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    Comments about Buxom SexySmoky Kajal Powder Liner:

    I always loved the idea of a creamy (or wet powder, if you prefer) eyeliner that would be easy to blend, so when I saw this I jumped on it.

    Unfortunately, it needs work. It's not creamy enough to go on smoothly, much less to blend out easily. The application goes on clumpy and dries instantly so it is almost impossible to blend. The good news is that once you put it on it does not budge.

    I still think the idea is good, but I would strongly suggest the manufacturers to go back to the drawing desk with this one. Here are my suggestions:

    - Make it creamier, therefore, easier to blend. But keep it as "stay put" as it is now
    - Make the brown color darker, or maybe created a black brown color

    If they manage to make this as per above, this will be a winner and I will definitely repurchase it. Over and over again.

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