Why use Kajal eyeliner?
Kajal eyeliner is a popular eye care product made with natural ingredients. The ingredients used have medicinal properties and have been used for decades. Kajal comes with a lot of benefits such as:
- The essential oils nourish the skin around the eye
- Maintain eye moisture
- Enhances the whitening effects of the eyeball
- Smudge free and waterproof
- Helps alleviate eye strain
- Eliminates eye irritations
- Unique black color making the eye look bright and attractive
Kajal is available here for only $20.00 per 3 packs of 2.7 gm.
How does Kajal eyeliner work?
Kajal eyeliner contains the following ingredient:
- Almond oil- a nourishing and an anti-aging agent around the eye
- Rose extract- provides a cooling effect on the eyes
- Castor oil- a skin protector that shields the eye from dust and wind
- Camphor- replenishes the eye moisture and keeps the eye hydrated
- Triphala- has an anti-inflammatory property that help removes redness and swelling
How to use Kajal eyeliner?
The following are steps on how to apply the Kajal eyeliner:
- Clean the area in your eyes. Remove the old makeup or any cosmetic that you’re using. Wash your face or with a make-up remover. This procedure will prevent the eye care from smudging.
- After cleaning draw a line from the inner corner of your upper eyelid. Make a straight line on your eyelash. Do this through your inner eye and into the outer edge.
- Then pull down the lower lid to line under your eye. Gently pull down your lower eyelid while looking up. Draw it along the lash line or in the water line of the eye.
- Lastly, smudge it with your finger or a brush. Smudge it after applying the Kajal. Gently blend it upward and towards your brows. Repeat the same procedure if desired.
What are the side effects of Kajal eyeliner?
Possible side effects include:
- Eye redness
- Infection of the glands of eyelids
- Corneal ulcer
- Dry eye
- Eye discoloration
If this symptom gets worse visit your doctor right away.
Warnings and Precautions
- Do not share your cosmetic to others to avoid infection.
- Avoid applying cosmetics inside your eyes.
- Never apply makeup or eye cosmetics when you’re in a vehicle. One bump may poke your eyes and can lead to eye damage.
- Do not apply eye makeup if you’re having an eye infection. It may further increase eye irritation.
- Monitor the expiration date. Do not use expired cosmetic.