Lotus Ecostay Vs Lakme Eyeconic Kajal: Smudge Test, Quality and Price Comparison |

Lotus Ecostay Vs Lakme Eyeconic Kajal: Smudge Test, Quality and Price Comparison

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Product Description and Claims- Lakme Eyeconic Kajal vs Lakme Eyeconic Kajal

Lakme Eyeconic Kajal



This is a smudge proof, water proof kajal which is dermatologically tested. With a deep black stroke in an easy twist up format, it gives your eyes a long- lasting, eyeconic look throughout the day.

Key Features

Smudge proof
Water Proof, Lasts up to 10 hrs
Safe for eyes
Convenient Twist- up format

PRICE- Rs. 210/-

Lotus Ecostay Kajal


It is 10 Hours + Stay, Smudge-proof, Waterproof Kajal , free of Paraffin, Animal Oil and Preservatives, suitable for Waterline. It has a Velvety soft texture, Excellent Color Pay-off and suitable for those who wear Contact Lens.
100% Vegetarian, Free of Animal Ingredient, No Animal Testing

How to use : Clean the eye area including the eye lashes. Dab loose powder or a compact, gently pull down the lower eye lid so that the water line is exposed and with one stroke apply the Kajal

PRICE: Rs. 325/-


Lakme Eyeconic Kajal

1) Easily usable Packaging
2) Most reliable in the market until now
3) Affordable Price
4) Appreciable pigmentation and non oily consistency
5) Suitable for contact lens users

1) No lasting power beyond 5 hours. Visible and awkward fading and feathering.
2) 0.35 grams for 210/- (Nope, would like more. About 25% product is stuck underneath the bottom tube, never sees the light.)
3) Animal Testing

Lotus Ecostay Kajal

1) Smooth and creamy, not oily, sets to a matte finish
2) Gives away the effect of a gel eyeliner, that is, very defined on the eyelid, on first impression.
3) Good product amount for the price
4) Stays true to claim for 10 hours. Lasted on me from 4 PM up till 3 AM without a budge. Definitely true to its claim.
5) No animal testing.
6) Free from Paraben, something a lot of cosmetic consumers prefer.
7) Suitable for contact lens users

1) Packaging can be irky for some. A good move would be to use a lip liner’s sharpener to achieve least product wastage. Product can also be saved by using a stroke, rotating the kajal slightly and using the next stroke. On repetition, this will keep the tip sharp and pointy and save product as much as possible.
Clearly, Lakme Eyeconic has survival issues. Lotus Ecostay sits tight, glued to the skin. I don’t need to declare a winner now, do I, with the obviousness glaring at our face and all that?

Lotus Ecostay, thus, is more reliable than Lakme Eyeconic in terms of staying power and smudge proof tendency!


Lotus Ecostay survives a wash of water but when rubbed hard will fade.
Lakme Eyeconic does not survive a wash of water and smudges after coming in contact with water.


LAKME EYECONIC: 2 months at maximum
LOTUS ECOSTAY: 4 months at minimum

LOTUS ECOSTAY: Rs. 325 for 1.2 gm of product

LAKME EYECONIC: Rs. 210 for 0.35 gm of product
Neglecting wastage of about 0.3 gm in Lotus and 0.1 gm in Lakme Eyeconic (the kajal that is stuck under the lower tube) Lotus Ecostay it is still half the amount priced higher than Lakme for 4 times the quantity of Lakme Eyeconic.

So select accordingly 😉

Thank You 🙂

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