The Victoria Beckham Beauty Satin Kajal Liner is a product which has never been on my wishlist, but I decided I had to have it in my life after seeing a video on Instagram.
I’ve recently reviewed one of the Victoria Beckham Beauty Lid Lustre Eyeshadows, and I love that formula, but this liner is just as amazing.
I love scrolling through Instagram looking for new products to write about, and I was scrolling through posts one night, when a makeup tutorial popped up in my feed, with a makeup artist applying the Victoria Beckham Beauty Satin Kajal Liner in Bronze, and it looked absolutely beautiful.
Whenever I like the look of a beauty product, nine times out of ten I look for reviews before purchasing, just to see if it’s any good, but the Victoria Beckham Beauty Satin Kajal Liner wowed me so much in the video, I headed straight over to the Victoria Beckham Beauty website and bought it.
“Playtime When You Want It, Staying Power When You Need It.
Lashline, waterline, winged, or smudged—Satin Kajal Liner is a creamy, highly-pigmented pencil that delivers every look with ease and waterproof wear that lasts all day.“
The Victoria Beckham Beauty Satin Kajal Liner is a pencil eyeliner, and comes with a sponge on the opposite on the end of the pencil for smudging the liner.
The liner is £22 and if you order via the Victoria Beckham Beauty website, you have the option to order the eyeliner with or without a sharpener, which I think is nice.
I didn’t choose the sharpener option, as I own the Urban Decay Grind House Sharpener, which is amazing, but if you don’t own one, it’s great you have the option to add one to your liner.
The Victoria Beckham Beauty Satin Kajal Liner is available in six different shades, and it was the shade Bronze which was used in the tutorial, and was the shade I *had* to have.
I have a lot of eyeliner pencils, and my favourite formula is the Urban Decay 24/7 Glide-On Eyeliner Pencil formula, but the formula of this Victoria Beckham eyeliner is even better than those from Urban Decay, which is something I thought I’d never say.
It’s extremely creamy, soft and pigmented with the first two lines of my swatches being single swipes of the pencil, and the larger swatch is three swipes. It’s completely opaque, and is the smoothest, most pigmented eyeliner formula I’ve tried.
Bronze is the most gorgeous golden brown, and as it’s so creamy, it blends out beautifully with the sponge on the opposite end of the pencil. After a couple of minutes, the liner sets, and doesn’t budge all day long.
In the makeup tutorial video, the makeup artist used the Victoria Beckham Beauty Satin Kajal Liner in Bronze blended along the lash line, and buffed out, and it looked amazing.
I’m so glad I stumbled across that video, as I probably would never have looked twice at the liners as I’m happy with the pencil liners I already own, but I can’t wait to add more of the liners to my collection.