Bourjois Queen Attitude Kohl Kajal Eyeliner Review
Eyeliner is a staple for any makeup bag, particularly mine! Whilst I’m all for makeup free days, I will generally make a conscious effort to wear at least a hint of eyeliner so my eyes appear more awake (even though sometimes they might not be, especially in the morning!) The latest eyeliner I have accumulated for my every growing stash is the Bourjois Queen Attitude Kohl Kajal eyeliner which I received as a Christmas present!
Firstly I love the packaging. It’s so unique and I haven’t come across anything like it! It is a little bit reminiscent of a lipstick because of the tube and even comes complete with a twist up function to reveal the rich, crayon shaped black kohl.
The Bourjois Queen Attitude Kohl Kajal Eyeliner is for lining the eyes and the waterline and it certainly does the job with ease because of its compact shape. The formula is ideal for smudging out (smokey eye lovers this one’s for you!) The drawback though with having a kohl formula is that for people with watery eyes such as myself I’m in danger of getting smudges underneath my eyes and end up looking like a panda! Although if I was using this eyeliner as part of a makeup look it wouldn’t look out of place I’m sure.
Despite this though I really like the Bourjois Queen Attitude Kohl Kajal Eyeliner! The packaging is definitely one of the reasons I like it and maybe if you don’t have quite as watery eyes like mine this would be perfect for you!
Have you tried the Bourjois Queen Attitude Kohl Kajal Eyeliner before? Do you have a favourite eyeliner at the moment?
Love Sophia xo
I’ve not seen an eyeliner like this before! Would it stay to a point though? xx
Apparently it doesn’t need sharpening as it will adapt to each individual’s eye shape! I haven’t had it all that long yet, but will definitely keep you posted on how true this is 🙂 xx
That looks totally gorgeous – BUT what happens when the tip gets blunt? is there a way to make it pointy again? If not then I could see me throwing it out after just a few uses which would mean I’d be wasting so much product. I’m a sucker for packaging though and as packaging goes this is one of the best yet, I love it.
It is meant to gradually adapt to each person’s eye shape which is why it doesn’t require sharpening! I think when it doesn’t eventually get blunt I’ll just start applying the remaining product with an angled brush or something 🙂 The packaging is definitely the best thing about this eyeliner though! x