Incolor is a Chinese brand that has made its mark in India with all its pocket-friendly and great quality makeup products. The first product that comes to my mind when I say the brand Incolor is their Matte Me liquid lipstick which is a direct dupe of Sleek Matte me lipstick but this baby that I am going to review now has become my another favourite and that too quite unexpectedly. Read on to know more!
This eye pencil glides on colour that stays put for the duration of your non-stop, on-the-go day. These cushiony, creamy eye pencils deliver powerful, vibrant colour that slides on smooth and stays soft and creamy for blending (about 30 seconds), then dries to a long-lasting finish that won’t budge. Line eyes with a hint of colour or go for the full artistic, Multi-hued effect.
How to apply this eye pencil:
Place the tip of the pencil at upper – inner corner of your eyelid. Moving the pencil outwards, draw a line as close to the lower lash line as possible and trace the lash line. Keep it thick or thin depending on the look you want to achieve.
The Incolor Glide On eye pencil comes in a sleek pencil form that is colour coded with the actual colour of the liner. This feature is really helpful as it helps to find out the pencil you want without a fuss when you are getting ready. The tip is extremely nice and you can use it both as a liner and eyeshadow. But I really feel the lack of essential information like price and ingredients can be a big con. Overall, packaging wise, this eye pencil is really decent at the price.
What I feel about Incolor Glide gel eye pencil:
Incolor eye pencils have really amazed me a lot. The pigmentation is really really good and the application is also pretty smooth. To be really frank, I didn’t expect this much of quality from this brand. It doesn’t sting my eyes, like the Blue Heaven Innocence Kajal or makes my eyes watery. I have pretty sensitive eyes and if it suits me, I hope it will suit all.
The pencil is on the creamier side but now, as it still cold here, I’m okay with it. In summers, it might get creamier and might smudge a bit. This is absolutely my assumption and I can tell better when summers are here.
But one thing that I don’t really like a lot about this baby is its relation to water. It is definitely not waterproof but a little water-resistant. I am sure for many this is a pro as it is easier to remove but for those whose eyelids are too oily and eyes are watery, this can be a con!
I will recommend this Incolor Gel eye pencil to all of my readers who want damn good pigmentation at a moderately normal rate. This pencil surprised me a lot and I am quite happy with the overall result.