With a promise to bring nature’s goodness with honesty and responsibility, Soultree is a brand that you can trust. I recently had the chance to try out a few of their all-natural, handmade kajals. Read on to check out my thoughts!
Made by a traditional Ayurvedic recipe, Soultree’s handmade kajals contain purely natural and organic ingredients. Black carbon is collected from vegetable oil lamps and mixed with organic ghee, organic almond oil and natural colour pigments to create beautiful, vibrant colours. These kajals do not only add colour to the eyes, but they nourish and protect them too. The organic almond oil and ghee keeps the eye area nice and nourished whilst the added camphor has a naturally anti-bacterial refreshing effect. How amazing is that?
There are twelve shades to choose from; I have “Cold Black,” a charcoal black with an intense cooling effect and “Rich Loam,” a musky brown with a glowing shimmer that is perfect for making your eyes luminous. Whether you’re looking for a pop of colour or something more subtle, there’s a shade for everyone. You can use use these kajals as an eyeliner and eye contour in the waterline or even as eyeshadows – I do love a multitasking product!
Due to its smooth and creamy texture, I found that these kajals are very easy to apply and glide on effortlessly. To apply them to the top of the eye, Soultree recommends using soft and short strokes from the inner corner of your eyes and moving outwards on the upper waterline, increasing the thickness of the line to enhance your eye shape. For the lower waterline, gently pull down the lower lid before applying.
The pigmentation of these eyeliners is great when you first apply it; however, I found that the colour does fade significantly after two to three hours. Furthermore, I found that it does smudge underneath the eyes after a while too. So, you may need to touch up if you plan to wear these kajals all day long.
Overall, I love the fact that these kajals contain pure ingredients that not only add vibrant colour to your eyes, but protect and nourish them too. The staying power isn’t the best though, so this is something to consider before purchasing.
Have you tried any Soultree products before? I’d love to hear how you got on with them.
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