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Elle 18 Liquid Eyeliner

Ladies, I am in an very uninspired mood today, hence forgive the un-inspiring title. But I have another winner product for you.

It's the Elle 18 Liquid eyeliner. I tried a lot to find a picture of it on the net, but the company seems to be aiming for anonymity. All I could find is a picture of their nail paint bottles and I have pasted the same, coz the eyeliner comes in a very very similar bottle. Don't worry about the two sinister looking curtains, they are there for a reason explained below.

The eyeliner is available in very cool shades of bronze, a cool sparkly aqua green (looks lovely at night - look at the cloth above to give you an idea of the shade), charcoal grey (black, but not intense black, goes well with my light eyes) and sparkly magenta (which I have to admit I am a little afraid to try - again look at sample cloth). But the other three I guarantee you are winners. Bronze is a shade I particularly love because it makes eyes of any color (other than black) look great. The charcoal grey is a god-send for me, as I cannot use black eyeliners because of my green eyes. I look really fierce (ok, "bitchy") in it, and not in a good way. The Black is dark enough to look wow on me without providing bitchiness. The Aqua shade is for you to play around with. It is such a fun color to use at night on a girl's night out.

The eyeliners are water-proof and last from 9 to 5, it costs anywhere between 35 to 40 bucks (depending on where you get it from - this is something I hate about this product. Why don't they just print the price? Each store charges whatever they wish to) for a 5 ml bottle (which if you ask me is quite a lot since each lid application takes on a very minute amount).

It dries in a few seconds and the applicator is very nice, if your technique is good. It delivers both a fine line and a thick line.

This is by far my favorite liquid liner.
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  1. This is one Indian brand I love to pieces :) they are so damn cheap, but trendy as per the name! i have 3 lipsticks and 3 nail colors from elle 18 and they r my fav :) for the price, u cant complain. I dont find any issues with the products, either. Great going, Elle 18.

  2. Same here.. But it is getting very difficult to source their products..

    There are no elle 18 counters in most stores, you will find them only in local beauty stores, where they are kept on dusty shelves. These stores carry very little inventory of this line, mostly only nail paints & eyeliners..

    I cannot find anything else.. It almost seems like elder sister Lakme has forgotten about elle-18 which is getting the Cinderella treatment..

  3. why is ell 18 eyeliners not available in any cosmetic store these days ??? guys pls tell me whr in mumbai will we get the elle 18 liners in pink, aqua, green, bronze shades... pls inform if anyone knows about it..


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