Here’s a closer look at the forthcoming Maybelline Master Kajal in blue (there’s a Black and Oriental Gold coming too) since blue is heading to be spring’s big shade.
As you can see, it’s a vivid blue that is so creamy to apply. The shape of the Kajal pencil means it never needs sharpening – you sort of self-sharpen through using (although I have to admit I have never used one right down so I’m not too sure what happens). I’m looking forward to experimenting with this – as someone with brown eyes I have shied away from blue colours but I know they can look incredible.
The Kajal will be £5.99 when it launches – it’s already made an appearance in some branches of Boots although not all.
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