This is another absolute essential from Bourjois; there’s not a whole lot to say about it other than it’s just a brilliant addition to the make-up bag if you love wearing kohl. One of my big problems with kohl is that it slips into the inner eye corners all too easily but this one seemed to have more hold than most. The white end is frosty and pretty and looks lovely lined on lids with a ton of black mascara on the lashes. You can also do that modelly thing of lining the inner eye corner.

The Bourjois Kohl & Contour Shadow & Light Pencil is in stark contrast to the newest foundation to the Bourjois camp; Flower Perfection. A lovely, long-lasting foundation formula containing wild Azalia but with a completely pointless sponge top applicator thing that is no help whatsoever. I just don’t understand what they were thinking! It’s a clumsy design and you are far better applying the foundation with a brush or your fingertips.
 

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