Lakme Perfect Definition Eyeliner-20 Midnight Black
It is common among us make-up addicts to suddenly find some stuff in our make up boxes which we didn’t even know existed! This is one such product which I don’t know when landed in my kitty. It’s the Lakme perfect definition eye liner in Midnight black. The brown one from this has already been reviewed here.
Rs. 175 for 1.1 gm (ouch! Now I am sure someone must have gifted me this. I would never pay so much for a wooden pencil :-/ )
Your eyes say so much more than you know. Hide those long hours of overnight work you put in last night with Lakme Perfect Definition Eye Pencil. The midnight black shade provides definition to your eyes and makes you look refreshed in an instant. The pencil form of is easy to use especially for beginners and those on the go. With the Perfect Definition Eye Pencil you can apply the required amount to your eyes with precise and sharp lines. Ladies, all you have to do is slip the handy Eye Pencil into your purse and touch up whenever necessary. Line your eyes with this sensational eyeliner and effortlessly stand apart from others.
My experience with Lakme Perfect Definition eye pencil:
To tell the truth, I prefer retractable pencils over these woody ones as those prevent wastage. Secondly, I am so happy with my retractable VOV pencils that I am in no mood of trying anything more expensive. This pencil has a very basic look to it with a transparent plastic top. There is no sharpener. The pencil is decently pigmented and not superbly pigmented as I had expected. The texture is a tad bit drying. I like my eye pencils to be smooth and gliding. This one is none! It pulled and tugged at my eyelids when I tried to draw a winged line but yes, the staying power is good. It does not wash away with plain water. You would need a face wash or cleansing milk for the same. Another con is that it is too dry to be used on the waterline. Here are the wrist swatches.
Finally here are the EOTDs. I had a really hard time doing this. Pardon me for any imperfection. This is the first and the last time I am using this pencil for my make up!
Pros of Lakme Perfect Definition eye pencil :
I cannot find any !
Cons of Lakme Perfect Definition eye pencil:
• Overpriced for such a terrible pencil.
• Pigmentation is poor.
• Drying and tugs on lids.
• Cannot be used on waterline.
Now I know why this was lying unused in my bag.
Do I recommend Lakme Perfect Definition Eyeliner?
Am I mad enough to do that?
Will I repurchase Lakme Perfect Definition Eyeliner?
Only if someone hypnotizes me to do the same.
I hope this was helpful. Take care. 🙂
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37 thoughts on “Lakme Perfect Definition Eyeliner-20 Midnight Black”
yes they are hard but still your eye makeup is flawless! 🙂
thanks neha… hey i think the pic is repeated.. i had sent a different one too 🙁
thankooooz 😀 :*
the way u have applied your eyeshadow is good and if possible please give the application method.thank u sis
thanks a lot kavitha! i just used a highlighter under the brow bone, applied greyish black eyeshadow all over the eyelid and blended the crease with a matte brown eye shadow. next drew a winged line with the eyeliner and a blue liner on the lower lashline 🙂
Awww..I love the cute puppet thingy 🙂
And I totally agree with the review! I had this one and I was fed up with all the smudging and dryness that I started using it as a marker for writing 😀
thanks shruti! yeah, i think i will use it as a marker only! lol 😉
I agree with Neha. The eye makeup is flawless and looks so very pretty. wish it had its pros. when i read the first line i was like wow someone else like me. there are so many things i dont use but dont feel like throwing away either.
thanks a lot aru 🙂 yeah there are things which just adds to the clutter but we dont feel like throwing them away( god knows why!) 😀
woooooooooo.. wt a lovely eotd.. 🙂 stunning & flawless aparajita..!! I too own 2-2 lakme kajals, still use them everyday though my wet n wild sharpener ate them halfway.. 😛
thanks a lot neetu :* lakme’s kaajals are good re… i don’t understand what made them make such a bakwas pencil though 🙁
damn lovely ur eyes is…….n loking wowwwwwwwwwwwww temme na blue one name n yeah its nice in shade n dat eyeshadow one muhaaaaaaaa……….totally fntbls…….:) :*
Thanks a lot saim 😀 well, since my skin is not sensitive i am at a liberty to use local brands too. This blue is one such unknown brand.. Super creamy n vibrant nd inexpenxiv too. N eyeshadw is konad iloje in black. I hv reviewd tht already 🙂
Moderationnnn.. Neha rescue 🙁
thanks so much saim 🙂 blue one is a local brand re… my skin is not sensitive, so i can try these local unknown brands too 🙂
I was having my ‘worstest’ of worst days in office when I decided to check IMBB. And I started laughing reading your review. Thanks Aparajita! :* :* . I too have this pencil, dont knw why I bought this in the first place. But I do use this as a touch-up thingy. I keep this in my ofc bag as I dnt want to spoil my maybelline colossal or lakme eyconic kajals by throwing in my office bag. I use good eyeliners/kajals in the mrng n use this lakdi ki/ka pencil (one of the mallus who doesnt understand why ki/ ka was invented, I get it wrong always) as touch-up.
Hhahha.. I totally agree with the ka ki thing. My mum is a hindi teacher and she had a hard time with me when i ws in school;) n u r ryt, it just a wooden pencil.. I wd rather sketch with it on my drawing book 😀
😀 actually my mom used this on her eyebrows and my dad on his moustache 😀 😉
Btw i stitched a blouse similar to urs after ur OOTD.. Thanks dear 🙂
hahahhaha! lol! btw,really?? 😀 u liked it so much?! 😀 thanks a lot dear <3
Nice review, but i was more interested in the EOTD, which was soo pretty!!:)
thanks niesha! 😀
Blue.. My favourite 🙂
You’ve done a great EOTD with such a bakwas pencil dear…way to go! Kudos to your skill 🙂
thank uuuuu ! hugs! 😀 how did ur chhutti go? had a blast? 😉
U’r Eyes ^_^ pretty pretty… It’s captivating :* ..Pencill…uummm one more uselss product 😀
😀 😀 yeah… that pencil can used for doing maths sums 😛
very pretty, which brand is blue liner??
its just a local unknown brand 🙂
cheeeee gandaa pencil woh bhi 175/- ka… horrible…. good review and ur eye make up is clean and fabulous 🙂
ya natasha! nataraj pencils have better pigmentation than this one! 😛
have they increased the price :O !!! i reviewed that brown one ! got it from Haldirams store (near ballygaunge) ..i paid 99 then !! well..but that was quiet few yrs back !
oh ! na sorry my bad it was above 100 😛 i rechecked my review 😛
haha.. yeah 🙂
fab EOTD though 🙂
thanks a lot Bhumika 🙂