Hey guys, Hope you all doing great. I will be scheduling a YouTube video for Monday in which I will announce the winner of my Boutique Giveaway. Coming back to today’s post, I came across the cosmetic line by Westside a few days ago. I have already reviewed the Shimmer Stick from their range. So, for now, I will be doing a review on the StudioWest by Westside Fluid Eyeliner in Azul. This fluid liner is from their Tropical Collection of cosmetics. The shade Azul is a bright peacock green with a blue tinge. Frankly speaking, this is the only wearable shade for daily use. The other shades include orange, pink, grey, maroon and you get the hint…
Price:- Rs 195 for 3.5 ml (I got it for 175 since they have a 10 % discount going on for this month)
Shelf Life;- 3 years
Where to Buy:- You can find the StudioWest range at all Westside stores across the country.
Ingredients:- Not Mentioned
Description:- Not Mentioned
What I feel about the StudioWest by Westside Fluid Eyeliner in AZUL:-
Firstly, This fluid eyeliner does not come with an outer packaging. Due to this the product itself does not have an ingredient list nor does it have a proper description of the product. This was the similar case the Shimmer Stick as well. I am guessing they don’t want to tell us about their secret/harmful ingredients if they have used any 😛 Since I haven’t tried out other products, I don’t think I should comment on this any further.
Coming to my review, this eyeliner has a gorgeous gold packaging. Since it is a liquid eyeliner, it comes with a very fine tip. The tip helps to pick up the accurate amount of liquid. The shade that I got is called ‘Azul’. The name reminds me of some Greek God that I don’t remember 😛 I like how subtly this shade can be worn on a daily basis. Like I said before, I found the shade ‘Azul’ to be the only wearable shade from the Tropical range. The other shade can be used to create colorful looks.
The consistency of the eyeliner is thick and it glides on really smooth. The first time I tested it out, I was afraid that it is like those flaky eyeliners. However, the formulation proved me wrong. It does not flake, it just disappears over time. It has a good staying power of about 7-8 hours during which it fades slowly. There is absolutely no smudging. Although this eyeliner is water resistant it is not completely waterproof. But to get it off you will need too much water. I don’t think we water our eyelids that much :p Also if you have oily eyelids like me, this will stay put. I am really impressed with the formulation.
Although I love this eyeliner, the only thing that bothers me is the missing ingredient list. I wish they more transparent about what goes into their products.
- Amazing shade range for makeup looks
- Water resistant
- No tugging or pulling while applying
- Shade Azul will suit most Indian skin tones.
- Cutsy packaging
- No flakiness
- Has no smell unlike most chemical eyeliners
- Good quantity
- Dries up quickly
- Stays put for 7-8 hours
- Does not smudge
- Good for oily skin beauties as well
- No ingredient list.
- No proper description
Overall I feel this is one of the cheapest eyeliners out there. If you like trying colorful makeup looks then buy these won’t burn your pocket. These can be a great alternative to the costlier variants from competitor NYX. I am planning to purchase more shades from this range.
That’s all for my review, Hope you guys have a Very Happy Sunday 🙂
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