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Maybelline: Master Kajal

I just realised that I haven’t blogged about my most favourite eyeliner in the history of eyeliners! (which I’m sure dates back to the ancient Egyptian era, #Khol).

Listen, I’m going to say this once and only once – I cannot, for the life of me, use liquid or pencil liners. Me and liquid liners? Enemies. It’s just never going to happen. Same with pencil.

But, give me a khol one, and I’m fine. Weird, huh?

I think I like thicker crayon-style eyeliners better than the thin pencil/liquid ones because there’s more precision (for me, anyway).

Maybelline‘s ‘Master Kajal‘ is without a doubt the best one I’ve ever used. It really reminds me of one I used when I was in secondary school – it was a Moroccan brand, I believe… But, this one is ACER (not the computer)! I perfer Maybelline’s one to the one I used to wear because the old one smudged easily. This one, on the other hand, holds up pretty well!

Also, when my eyes water – in the windy or cold temperatures – I don’t cry black tears. Magic!

I love the flicks it does, I love how it lines my lids and my waterline… I also love how I can use it to corner the outer of my lids, giving more of a cat-eye effect.

In terms of shades, I understand there’s choice of a Pitch Black and a Lapis Blue. I picked up ‘Pitch Black’ because I have relatively dark eyebrows and lashes – once three or four coats of mascara have been applied, anyway. (I also had no MOFO idea there was a blue one in the first place!). If I had known… BOY! I would’ve bought them all! Alas, it must’ve been sold out when I went to pick one. 😭 #BlueIsMyFavouriteColour #ShowMeSomeoneWhoDoesntLikeTheColourBlue #IllShowYouColourblindness

So, yeah, to conclude before actually concluding, Maybelline’s Master Kajal is a must-have if you like khol liners or crayon-style liners.

5* liner. I was originally going to give it a 4.5*, but, after receiving compliments about it, I’ve decided to give it a 5!

The only reason I was going to give it 4.5* was because: if you lose the lid, it gets everywhere (and I mean EVERYWHERE) (and it picks up bacteria which isn’t safe if you’re applying on the waterline).