I have been using black liquid liners for a long time though am more into gel liners and pencils. I initially started using liquid liners for drawing bindis. Lakme Absolute has launched these Shine Line liners in various colors and I have already reviewed the stunning Gold shade here. I got this black to pair it with the gold one.
Price: Rs. 290
What Lakme Claims:
Packaging: Travel friendly tube with a very thin brush that is easy to use. You can get the thinnest of lines with this brush. Love!
Shade: It is a true black, not very intense and looks glossy initially but sets to a matte black finish. The only difference between this and Maybelline Hyperglossy is the finish. The Maybelline Hyperglossy has a similar brush, more thinner maybe. I shall do a comparitive post soon.
Consistency: Neither runny nor thick, perfect for a thin line.
Staying Power: Water resistant but not waterproof.
My lids felt a little uncomfortable and stretchy initially but it sets in a minute
Final Words: If you like not so intense black liners with matte finish at affordable rate, then this is a great pick. Maybelline Hyperglossy retails at 225 bucks but I guess the quantity is lesser so this is not a bad purchase at all.