June 14, 2013

Review: K-Palette Real Lasting Eyeliner in Jet Black

I have to post this or else CottonKuma!! will kill me in my sleep.

This is a review of K-Palette Real Lasting Eyeliner (or something like that) in Jet Black, I've had this eyeliner for months but I never bothered to do a review.

So this how it looks like

So cute right? (the girl on the left)
The packaging itself is simple, and give the aura of Grown-Up's makeups (if you know what i mean)

Here's the swatch

Ok,as you can see above it does give a very smooth and clean lines whether you want it thin or thick. And it doesn't bleed to the fine lines on my hand (a few of my other eyeliners does that).
But you have to take caution not to touch it too soon after application, because it takes quite a while to dry. You can smudge it to your heart's content when it's already dry though, it wouldn't budge.

This was taken after I rub it vigorously
Notice the difference? Me neither.

Aaannnd finally, how it looks on me.... dum dum dum
LOL Sorry I suck at taking self-shot. At least I tried...

For the upper part I use K-Palette Real Lasting Eyeliner in Jet Black and for the bottom part I use Maybelline Eye Studio® Lasting Drama™ Gel Eyeliner in Blackest Black.

Yea, it really is smudge proof. And (supposedly) waterproof, but NO! It's not waterproof AT ALL. Nooooo! Whyyyy??!! It bleeds it bleeds so much and became so messy and gross I ended up looking like an idiot.
I don't know how it manages to hold when it's rubbed, but when it's touched with water it melts and bleeds like hell.

Great Brush for drawing thin and thick lines
Highly Pigmented
Smudge Proof
Easy to find; almost every beauty shops have this

On the Pricey side
Not Waterproof and BLEEDS so much

No, I would not. Except if you only wear this indoor and with AC then that's fine. Because sweat and rain will definitely mess up your makeup if you wear this. Oh, and teardrops/eyedrops too.


cottonkuma! said...

thought it's waterproof!

ZalikhArthu said...

I thought so too! It supposed to be waterproof though, the "WP" in the name stands for "WaterProof"

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