[purchase] I finally caved and bought the Victoria Beckham Kajal Liner in Bronze – I’ve thought about it so often I knew the day would come! I don’t really have any relationship with the PR here these days so it’s a happy purchase that I’m glad to have made although the £5 postage fee did sting somewhat. For a pencil!!

Victoria Beckham Bronze Satin Kajal Liner Review

This isn’t your traditional bronze shade – in fact, I think it’s more of an antiqued gold because there are some olive undertones in there and you won’t find the usual pinkish tones that bronze can give. I’ve recommended this shade so many times to anyone with blue or green eyes because it’s so perfect for those colours.

Victoria Beckham Bronze Satin Kajal Liner Review

I had a slight concern that it might be too light for my brown eyes but I really don’t think it is (pic coming up) and I played around with it a bit using a brown kohl lightly and layering Bronze on top of that. Either way looks good, I think.

Victoria Beckham Bronze Satin Kajal Liner Review

As well as inner rims you can also wear it as a lid liner – it’s coming on holiday with me so I can use it a bit more like that.

These kajals are absolutely buttery soft – they melt on skin contact so you get a really nice lay down of product but if you prefer to smoke things up instead of attempting a precision line (hello me!) there’s a smudger at the other end of the pencil. In the UK, Net A Porter and Cult sell VB Beauty but there is no stock of the kajals – I’m noticing that so many brands are out of stock of many, many items at the moment, but that’s why I went directly. I recycled the box without paying attention to where it was posted from but at the back of my mind, I thought it would be sent from the USA. It took about a week to arrive. Anyway, it’s £20 HERE. I very much wish I hadn’t seen the Olive shade…..

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