Makeup- Soultree — Ayurvedic Kajal

5 Unbeatable Make Up Essentials Belong to Every Makeup Kit

While you don’t have to spend a million bucks to look a Zillion, investing in a few must-haves will definitely take the edge off your wallet and still give you the perfect look.  1 Kajal A Kajal can make all the difference. Use a roll out kajal or an eyeliner to define your eyes. They also have a longer shelf life. The same can also be used to fill out your eyebrows.  2 Concealer A good concealer will not only hide blemishes but also balance out your skin tone, allowing you to skip that heavy foundation.  3 Lip and Cheek...

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Winged Eyeliner Hacks

One of the biggest make-up fails is often the winged liner look. Kudos to the women who can manage to do it! For those who are struggling, let us make your life a little easier with these hacks to get that cat-eyed wing: 1 Use a Pencil or Gel-based Eyeliner Use a pencil liner or a gel-based one which comes with a brush, so that it is easy to apply, and you have more control over it. You can even use a kohl-liner and warm its tip over a flame to get a gel-like consistency, so it glides over smoothly....

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Make any Kajal Smudge Proof with these Simple Steps

To enhance the natural shape and beauty of your eyes, nothing works better than a Kajal. It is easily the most used make-up product by Indian women. Whether it is the iconic Kohl-rimmed eyes or just a simple stroke on the lower lid, or a thin upper eye flick, a Kajal does it all. Let your eyes do the talking with these effective hacks to make your Kajal last all day long: 1 Apply the Kajal Properly First off, make sure that you are applying the Kajal in a proper fashion. Wash your face before applying any make-up, including a Kajal....

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Revealing Truths #2

Lies in your Eyes Kajal is one cosmetic product which today you can find in every girl or woman’s hand bag (or vanity drawer). How did Kajal suddenly become so popular? From a traditional product how did it turn into a must-have cosmetic product? Kajal or Kohl as it is also called was used in ancient Egypt and later in the middle east as a multi-functional product- to protect the eyes from harsh sun, to make the eyes look bigger and hence more beautiful. Back then, the black colour came from burning a lamp and collecting the soot. This soot...

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