Pink lip liner is most essential lip product for me. I recently spotted Inglot Soft Precision Lip Liner is shade 60 and it instantly vowed my heart.
What Inglot says about Soft Precision Lip Liner:
·Paraben Free Formula
·Not Tested on animals
·The molded type pencil prevents lipstick from smudging or feathering while the texture allows for soft but precise application.
The Soft Precision Lip Liner comes in traditional pencil form. The pencil has a cap fotted to it to keep the point safe. Cap and pencil both are of the color of the product. The pencil comes in a black outer carton.
Price: INR 460 for 1.13 gm
Texture: It is very soft and has creamy consistency. It does not settles into fine lines. No tugging or pulling is while lining the lips. The texture is creamy therefore it spreads easily to fill the lips. I personally prefer using lip liner to line the lips and get some color onto lips and them smooth it out using a lip brush.
Color & Pigmentation: The shade 60 is a medium toned purplish pink. It looks borderline lotus pink in sunlight. This is a color which can be worn by itself or easily under most cool undertone pink lipsticks. It is bright to an extend but does not screams. Pigmentation of the product is pretty good. It gives opaque color in first stroke but can be layered for more intense pigmentation.
Performance & Staying Power: Despite being creamy it does not bleeds at all and has a very good staying power. Its thin point gives precise lip line and prevents smudging of lipstick. For me it survived a full blown meal and drinks and stayed for 4+ hrs when worn over a lip balm without any lipstick. But I felt the need of slight touch up after 2 hrs which included an Indian meal. Many times when not-so-long wear lipsticks fade in about 2-2.5 hrs, its good to have a lip liner like this underneath.
Creamy soft texture,
Non Drying formula,
Does not settles into fine lines,
Prevents lipstick from feathering,
Good staying power,
Available in 18 color.
Last Words: I highly recommend the Inglot soft precision lip liners. These are worth every buck you pay for them.
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