Some of you may know that earlier this year, I started working for The Estée Edit. I try not to talk too much about the products as I don’t want to come across as bias (plus there are some hits and misses) but I’m finding it hard to keep these guys a secret.
Available in four different shades, the Estée Edit Inside Track Eye Kajals are dual-ended, unbelievably creamy, and easy to blend. My staple has been the Extreme Black/ Gunmetal combo because I love using the black on my waterline. I have very watery eyes so I don’t typically line my lower lashes/ waterline but these do not irritate and don’t tug making it super easy to apply.
These have easily replaced my NARS Larger Than Life pencils. EASILY. The shades are perfectly paired so you can easily create an eye look with one pencil.
Since the product is so creamy, it has a tendency to smear all over the place so I’d highly recommend setting it with an eyeshadow (points to NARS as they don’t need to be set). This is the pencil I use when I’m going out (preferably dancing) and I know I’ll be getting in late (and quite frankly I don’t care what I look like). Also, I’d love to see more shades! Four isn’t enough (technically eight if you count the two different sides).
The Estée Edit Inside Track Eye Kajal is available at Sephora for $22.