Blue Heaven Artisto Kajal Review

Hello, everyone! By now all of you know how much I love kohl. As a matter of fact, every Indian girl does. This time in my New Year haul, I ...

Hello, everyone! By now all of you know how much I love kohl. As a matter of fact, every Indian girl does. This time in my New Year haul, I received a beautiful kohl from Blue Heaven. In my first impression, I told you how beautiful the packaging is and I was totally blown over by the price as well. The kajal, as claimed by the brand has various good factors like the goodness of almond oil and camphor, lead-free and vegetable oils. After using it for a week, I thought of reviewing this and I have mixed feelings about the Blue Heaven Artisto Kajal. Scroll down to know about my experience in detail.

About Blue Heaven Artisto Kajal:

Blue Heaven Artisto Kajal is soft for easy application, does not smudge. Gives your eyes a cooling effect. Define your eyes for a dramatic magnified look. Comes with a detachable applicator attached at the cap.
Kajal with approved colors and vegetable oils. Specially enriched with the goodness of almond oil and camphor. Lead free formulation that nurture and protect your eyes in the highly polluted environment.


125 INR for 3.25 g

Shelf Life:

3 years

Ingredients List:

Castor oil, vegetable colours, paraffin wax, carnauba, bees wax, microcrystalline wax, camphor, clarified butter, lanolin, vitamin e acetate, propyl paraben and bht.

Directions For Use:

Use the brush to apply the kajal on the upper and lower lids.

My Experience With Blue Heaven Artisto Kajal:

Packaging: The kajal has a gorgeous packaging which is very similar to Lakme Gel Addict Eyeliner. It comes in a round plastic pot with a long screw cap. The screw cap has the little applicator brush attached. Overall, the packaging is lightweight and sturdy. It is extremely travel-friendly as it comes with an applicator brush.
Applicator: The brush is small and slightly flat with a tapered end. It is good for precise application and gives a nice hold while drawing the line. It is good for medium to thick lines but very fines lines need steady hands. You can easily draw any regular cat or wing eyeliner too. It doesn't shed after washing.

Shade: It is a nice, rich black to enhance the eyes. It looks elegant as a kajal, both on upper and lower lash line. There is a very nice sheen to the kajal and the intensity of the kohl is impressive.
Texture: The texture is creamy but lesser than any gel eyeliner. It has the smell of camphor and there is a slight cooling sensation when you apply the kajal but it doesn't last long. The texture is so smooth that you can use it as a base for smoky eyes and it helps in adhering the eyeshadow well. It doesn't tug, pull or irritate the eyes and can be used on the water line.
Formula: The kajal doesn't settle down matte but has a sheen or glossy finish and is also very creamy. To some extent, it works for its advantage. It takes a long time to settle and thus it is not smudge proof at all. It smudges easily and by any chance, if you rub the eyes, chances are that you will end up as raccoon eyes. However, it is completely waterproof and requires oil to remove it.

Pigmentation: The pigmentation is good. It takes two proper swipes to get the rich and intense jet black color on the lids. For the watery lash line like mine, it takes 3 swipes to get the rich color.
Staying Power: The staying power is around 1-2 hours on water line which is extremely disappointing. It smudges very badly on the water line and is best used on eyelids and as a liner. As a liner, it stays around 5-6 hours easily and then starts smudging or fading.

Pros Of Blue Heaven Artisto Kajal:
  • Awesome packaging.
  • Intense jet black color.
  • Good applicator brush.
  • The texture is smooth and creamy.
  • Camphor smell with slight cooling sensation.
  • Waterproof.
  • Works well as a gel liner.
  • Lead-free formulation.
  • Good pigmentation with 2 swipes.
  • Budget friendly.

Cons Of Blue Heaven Artisto Kajal:
  • Smudges very badly.
  • Doesn't work as a kohl.
  • Poor staying power.

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Final Note:

This one is better used a gel liner than a kajal. So, if you are looking for a nice budget friendly, waterproof gel liner as a beginner, then I would highly recommend this one for its rich color and beautiful packaging.

Contributed By: Salomi Das


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