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Review - Christine Cake Eyeliner


Today, the review is of Christine's Cake Eyeliner. This review was requested to me by many girls since I bought it. I think it is the cheapest eye liner anyone can have. 

Christine is a local brand. They have a good range of products. I haven't tried other things yet. I always wanted to try the cake liners, as I heard good reviews about them. Most of the makeup artists use cake eye liners too.

I bought this liner 2-3 months back. Since then I am using it where ever I go. I am very picky about eye liners, because I have oily eye lids. And, the liner area touches my brow bone, because of that my liner smudges or sticks to the brow bone, which is quite annoying. That is why I have to be very careful while choosing an eye liner. Gel liners never works for me.

I bought Christine Cake Eye liner for Rs.190 only. Which is quite reasonable. That is why I picked it up to try it out. It is a water based ofcourse. You have to dip the brush in the water and then work with the liner. You can go from light black liner to jet black too. Just dip the brush in water, tap off the extra and dip in the product.
It is quite pigmented. Easy to work with. You have to work a little bit more to get the perfect black color, as it is a cake eyeliner. If you don't mix the color well in the first place, you have to work a little more. Does not smudges, even on my oily lids (which is the best part). Easy to wipe off, without spreading because it is water based. I didn't find it smudging even on a hot day. It does stays for couple of hours. I applied it to a wedding on a hot day in April, and it was fresh and in place even after 5 hours.
I think, I should The result is worth the money. For girls who does not have oily lids, it will work even better.
You can see the swatch and the color of the liner. I have applied 2-3 strokes of the brush to get this color. Mix the color with the brush well once you dip the wet brush in the product, to get a nice black product on your brush. This way you will get a nice black liner.

If you want to know which brushes can be used for cake liners, you can see my review on it HERE

That's it from the review. I hope you liked it. :)


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