Himalaya Herbals Kajal Review
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About Himalaya Herbals Kajal:
A unique blend of herbal extract, enriched with Almond oil that nourishes your eyes, keeps them cool and bright.
120 INR for 2.7 g
Almond oil, Castor oil, Camphor, Damask rose and triphala.
Directions For Use:
Apply kajal within the lash line.
My Experience With Himalaya Herbals Kajal:
Packaging: The kajal comes in a big cone encased in twist up case, very much like a packaging of lipstick. The cap is green in color and the body of the kajal is transparent. The packaging looks slightly cheap to me. The cone is ideal to use on lash line though with time the precise application might become difficult. A retractable or sharpened pencil would have been much more preferable.
Shade: The color is black and not intense. The presence of oils makes the kajal slightly sheer. Only 2-3 swipes are required to bring out the dark black color.
Texture: The texture is extremely creamy and oily. It is apt for smooth application on eyes, though the women with oily lids might face problems due to this. Moreover, the packaging claims a cooling sensation which I didn't experience at all. It is a sheer disappointment that the kajal is neither waterproof nor smudgeproof. Splashing the face with water makes the kajal messy. I have the habit of touching my eyes and the kajal smudges very badly that time.
Staying Power: The kajal stays on my eyes for 2-3 hours without smudging. Removing the kajal is easy as I use coconut oil to rub it off.
I expected this kajal to be at least good if not great but it has turned out to be a disappointment. I would definitely not prefer to use it!
Pros Of Himalaya Herbals Kajal:
- Creamy texture.
- Average pigmentation.
Cons Of Himalaya Herbals Kajal:
- I expected a better pigmentation.
- Not waterproof.
- Smudges very easily.
- Staying power is less.
- No cooling sensation.
Diva Likes Rating:
The only satisfaction I get using this kajal is that it is not loaded with chemicals and is safe to use on eyes. I know that it smudges but wearing it for short duration won't harm. If you are new with kajals, I would say that you can try your hands and master the art of applying kohl otherwise you can give this a miss.
Contributed By: Salomi Das