Tuesday, 24 May 2016

Colorbar I-Glide Eyeliner Blue Topaz : Review and Swatches

Hello Dolls
This summer I have done a good thing,guess what? I have picked up a few Colorbar eye pencils from shopperstop’s colorbar counter.I  was literally  gushing about how creamy and pigmented they are to one of my friend. My followers who have been reading this blog since a few months must have got a clear idea about my inclination for blue .So, I  went to the Colorbar counter and swatched a few  shades.  I was absolutely amazed by how creamy and smooth these eye pencils are,thus needless to say ended up picking quite a few. They are called I-glide pencil liner

Packaging :
I have always been pretty much impressed by this brand’s packaging . The pencil comes packaged in a a silver cardboard box. The pencil and the cardboard both have been color coordinated with their ends reflecting the shade. So, whether you store these pencils in the box or in a stand, it’s easy to pick up the colour you want in a jiffy. They claim the product to be a liner .I was expecting it to be something like nyx black liner . I was a little disappointed to see they are pencils that needs to be sharpened . The lid also does’nt come with a sharpner ,nor do you get a sharpner with the product . Do not be disappointed the pigmentation takes the cake.

My Experience:
This highly pigmented i-glide liner I am talking about is very bright topaz blue .You can create any look wid it keeping  it thick or thin depending on the look you want to achieve.  This liner defines like a pencil and glides like liquid eyeliner, the I-Glide Eye Pencil, with its smooth formulation, gives your eyes rich colour in a single stroke and blends in easily after application. It lasted pretty long on my lids .The best part is you can use it as both kajal and liner .
The the tightlining job is hassle free with it .
It lasts more than 9 hours, does not feather or bleed. Waterproof, super long wear, no transfer and smudge-proof.

Price: Rs. 499
Pros:
Available both online and off line
Not much pricey
Can be used ad kajal and liner both
Smudging can be done to created blue smokey eyes
Amazingly longlasting and insanely pigmented
Cons :
Needs to be sharpened