My love for kajal/liners is evident and I keep trying out different brnads. So Today I’m going to share review of a product with which I have love-hate relationship, it is Sugar Twist and Shout FadeProof Kajal in shade 01 Black Velvet and 02 Still Got The Blues. Why I have love-hate relationship with this, you’ll know as i share my experience.
Price, Quantity & Buy Online:
399/- INR for 0.35gm.
About Sugar Twist and Shout FadeProof Kajal:
Let your eyes do all the talking with SUGAR Twist And Shout Fadeproof Kajal! Just twist the easy applicator and rim your eyes with its intense formula and you’re good to take on the world. With a specially-designed anti-slip grip gives you a super-steady hold, its creamy consistency & preservatives-free formula makes it suitable for the waterline as well as the lash line. This high-performance multi-use product combines the benefits of a kajal with those of a gel eyeliner and does not fade or smear for more than 10 hours! Available in 2 intense shades:
- The key to breath-taking smokey eyes, Black Velvet creates depth and intensity like no other black kajal
- A true blue that looks fabulous on all skin tones, Still Got The Blues is edgy yet incredibly classy at the same time
Isododecane, Polyethylene, Synthetic Wax, Hydrogenated Polydicyclopentadiene, Ethylene/Propylene Copolymer, Bis-Diglyceryl Polyacyladipate-2, Polybutene, Perfluorononyl Dimethicone, Octyldodecanol, Pentaerythrityl Tetra-Di-T-Butyl Hydroxyhydrocinnamate, Ascorbyl Palmitate, Tocopherol, Silica May Contain: C.I. Nos. 77491, 77492, 77499, 77510, 77019.
My Experience with Sugar Twist and Shout FadeProof Kajal:
Sugar Twist and Shout FadeProof Kajal comes in a sleek and long black retractable pencil which has a rubber grip at upper part to provide good grip and a color coded bottom. I like the packaging.
Sugar Twist and Shout FadeProof Kajal are buttery smooth when you apply them when they are new. I bought both blue and black together almost 1.5 years back. I was using the black one so I bought another backup in sale and used up the new one before.
Now comes the hate part, the blue one is still as smooth and creamy and glides like butter but the new black one got dry and hard that too in normal weather. It tugged on my eyes and hurt while applying. I left it in sunlight for whole day and it got better. But I was irritated with the fact that it was dried down while the other one was still good, why is there inconsistency in the formula. I came across a post where someone mentioned same thing happened with her black velvet.
Shades & Pigmentation:
Sugar Twist and Shout FadeProof Kajal 01 black velvet is normal black not blackest black and it sets to a matte finish. Sugar Twist and Shout FadeProof Kajal 02 Still Got The Blues is beautiful sapphire blue with sheen to it. Both shades are very pigmented.
You can smudge Sugar Twist and Shout FadeProof Kajal quickly as it sets in a minute. Once set it does not budge from lashline but it starts leaving waterline after 5 hours on my normal eyes. On lashline it survives whole day if you do not touch it or rub your eyes. On oily hooded lids you might see a bit transfer and smudging over 7-8 hours but not very prominent. If you prime and set your eyes then it is not gonna transfer and going to stay put for good 9-10 hours. You will need an oil based makeup remover to get if off your eyes.
Sugar Twist and Shout FadeProof Kajal 01 Black Velvet:
Sugar Twist and Shout FadeProof Kajal 02 Still Got The Blues:
Final Verdict: 4.5/5
Sugar Twist and Shout FadeProof Kajal is smooth and long lasting. It stays fadeproof for normal and dry skin types for good 10 hours but on oily skin a bit of smudging and transfer happens. I also found it weird that after a year black one got stiff and dry whereas blue is still smooth as butter. This is not my favorite but I have already repurchased black one once and I definitely recommend it.
Have you used Sugar Twist and Shout FadeProof Kajal? Share you thoughts about it in comment section below.
Till Next Time…Take Care…xoxo.