Monday, 24 September 2007

Rimmel Soft Kohl Kajal Pencil

RRP: £2.99
no. of shades available: 6

--What does the promo say?--
"Benefits: Defining, Powder
Soft, smudgeable line. Fade resistant colour. This pencil gives dense colour application, which can be blended into the lid for a softly smudged look. A very easy to apply formulation."

Pretty simple - the pencil is the same colour as the eyeliner itself, with product information written on the pencil in white. The lid also matches the liner colour. Simple is fine, but the packaging doesn't stand out in any way.

I believe the 'application' section on this page adequately covers the actual methodology of it.

The line appears very weak on the waterline, which is never good news.

The above indicates that this pencil is too soft, so you might want to keep it in the fridge.

Useless. Slides off within an hour or two.

--Value for money--
While in terms of actual monetary cost you're paying very little, it's so useless that I'd recommend doubling your budget and getting the Bourjois pencil that I linked to earlier. You'll get a wider range of colours and a better, longer-lasting line, even on the eye's waterline.

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