The Unabashed Review – Lakme Eyeconic V/s Maybelline Colossal

Eyes Speak Louder Than Words

Yes Indeed! They are most beautiful part of your body – deep and intense.

Kajal makes your eyes look even more beautiful and goes far in changing your appearance. You can be creative with your eyes using Kajal – make them look soft, bolder, intense or even sensual. A day without it and people start questioning if  you have fallen sick! Certainly!

Among the various brands available in the market, your eyes deserve the best of all. And so here we are with the unabashed review of the top rated and leading brands for Kajal – Lakme Eyeconic and Maybelline Colossal. 

Both these brands are into a continuous war of winning their user’s hearts. The buddy-buddy Colossal is the first of the New Age Kohl (Kajal) to enter the market and continues to be the front runner. On the other hand is the hunky-dory Eyeconic – the arch foe of the Colossal. History says that the Lakme Eyeconic stole Colossal’s girl back in 2011 and things have changed since then!

The war between the two brands continues leaving the girls in a dilemma to pick the best option. So, let’s get down to brass tacks which will help you make your decision for your mysterious eyes easier.

1. Packaging

  • Lakme Eyeconic Kajal

The black twisted-up packaging imprinted with a standard blue Lakme Eyeconic range makes it look really classy and appealing.

  • Maybelline Colossal Kajal

Colossal is candidly packed in an eye-catching and pretty yellow color cover. The packaging itself magnetizes the customers at stores because of its cute color.

2. Texture

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  • Lakme Eyeconic Kajal

The texture of Lakme Eyeconic Kajal is soft, creamy and smooth which makes it glide nimbly on your eyes. Being intensely black, just one sweep of it stays on for a long time.

  • Maybelline – Colossal Kajal

It has an amazing pigmentation but requires at least two swipes to get the dark intense black shade in your eyes. Having a more of the matte side. It is not that smooth but not rough either.

3. Longevity

  • Lakme Eyeconic Kajal
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The company claims it to stay for 10 hrs, which it actually does.

  • Maybelline – Colossal Kajal
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It stays for a good 6 to 7 hours, starts to fade thereafter.

4. Smudge and Water proof

  • Lakme Eyeconic Kajal
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It is smudge proof and water proof!

  • Maybelline Colossal Kajal

Most of the girl’s handbags witness this product and being claimed as totally smudge proof and water proof, it has become the best buddy of many girls’ make-up stash. But with personal experience, it sometimes smudges on the oily lids/skins.

5. Shades Availability

  • Lakme Eyeconic Kajal
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It is available in 6 distinct amazing shades – Black, Brown, White, Turquoise-Blue, Grey and Green which makes it a far cry from others.

  • Maybelline Colossal Kajal
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It is available in 5 shades being Black, Turquoise, Silver, Emerald and Jewelled Jade.

6. Price

  • Lakme Eyeconic Kajal

Easily removable with oil based removers, it is easy for your pockets. Currently available at a nominal price of Rs. 180.

  • Maybelline Colossal Kajal

The price is similar to that of Eyeconic Rs. 199 which is again pocket-friendly.

Our Recommendation – Lakme Eyeconic Kajal Vs Maybelline Colossal Kajal

Choosing the right Kajal for your eyes also depends on the type of skin you have. Since price is not a constraint in these two amazingly effective products so the quality counts.

Eyeconic takes over its competitor by providing a deep darker black shade and the number of color options it has. Whereas, Colossal being the first player in the market has an advantage of having loyal customers.

My personal favorite is Lakme Eyeconic Kajal! Do let us know about your choice!


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