Product Review: Natural Organic Chemical-Free Hemani Herbal Kajal In Black
Hello everyone! With all the chaos going on in the world today, I have been simplifying my daily makeup routine; I have been opting for a simple BB cream, kajal liner, and eyeshadow. I have also been trying out some new kajal liners, since I am going through them faster. One of the new kajal liners that I used is an organic one, which is the one that I will review for you today. This is the Hemani kajal eyeliner in black, which is a natural, organic, and chemical-free eyeliner pencil.
Cost: Kajal eyeliners cost between $3-$6, depending on where you buy them.
Ingredients: This kajal eyeliner has a simple ingredient list with less than ten ingredients.
Smell: This kajal liner does have a smell; it smells like incense.
Waterproof: When this kajal eyeliner gets wet, it runs like non-waterproof mascara, so it is not waterproof.
Application: This eyeliner did apply easily without tugging on my eyes, but it didn't apply in the inner corner when wearing eyeshadow, so in the photo where I paired this eyeliner with eyeshadow, it is uneven and you can see the skin at the inner corner since the liner would not apply there. Without eyeshadow, this liner does adhere to the inner corner though quite smoothly.
Color: The color of this kajal is really dark black and it is very pigmented when you apply it. However, the color fades greatly each time that you touch it to the point where there is eventually little pigmentation left; as the kajal fades, it will start to look brown, instead of black, so this is not a very good quality eyeliner.
Despite the issues with this kajal, I do like how it looks in terms of darkness, with and without eyeshadow. However, I won't likely ever wear this kajal again with eyeshadow since it doesn't apply at the inner corner well.
Removal: This eyeliner washes off easily with oil.
SECRET BEAUTY TIP: Whenever I want my eyeliner to smudge as little as possible, I always apply a natural organic baby powder to a makeup sponge, and then apply that baby powder directly on top of my liner. This makes the liner set and move around much less throughout the day. Fortunately, kajals are so dark in color, that even with white baby powder on top of it, it is still quite pigmented. When I want the liner to be even darker, I will apply a black eyeshadow on top of the liner, which helps reduce and prevent smudging even more.
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