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5 Best Kajals for Sexy Eyes

Nisha Joshi
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A kajal is a must-have accessory in a woman’s make-up kit. A good kajal instantly makes you look more beautiful. It is so versatile as well! You can use it for a simple look, or smokey eyes or even a bold and dramatic look. Need we say more? A woman is tied for life with the kajal and we aren’t complaining. What other make-up product brings such beauty? Don’t the poets wax eloquent about the expressive, kohl-rimmed eyes?
We know you must have your favourites, and we also know you are mentally married with them. But there are so many new kinds of kajals out there in the market and we know you are too busy to try them all out.
So here, we have made your life a bit simpler by listing out the 5 best kajals that are available in the market today, so that you know what’s the best of the latest.

5 best kajals

​Lakme Eyeconic Kajal

The first on the list and one of the best ones for daily use, the Lakme Eyeconic Kajal is true to its name – a single stroke gives you an iconic look. Apply this one to transform yourself into a diva. It lasts up to 10 hours and is a constant companion in your meetings, travelling or just a day of hanging out with friends. It is totally smudge-proof and combined with its matte texture and long staying power, this one is a superhit. Its superior texture gives a nice finish. It also comes in various shades like black, intense black, brown, blue and white. All in all, a great product at an affordable price.

Maybelline New York Colossal Kajal

This is my current favourite. The Maybelline New York Colossal Kajal is simply delightful. It contains light absorbing pigments, that make the kajal look darker and give more intensity. It is super long lasting, with a staying power of up to 16 hours. Extra bonus points for being smudge-proof and waterproof. It works great for contact lens wearers and for those with sensitive eyes, as it is opthalmologically tested. In just 2 strokes, you get a rich, elegant, bold look. Another superb product at an affordable price.

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Bobbi Brown Long-Wear Eye Pencil

The Bobbi Brown Long-Wear Eye Pencil stays on your eyes for a good 12 hours, even on the waterline. It is smudge-proof, waterproof and transfer-resistant. Just sharpen the point with the sharpener that comes with it, and this richly pigmented pencil will satisfy your needs. Available in 6 different shades and a creamy, gel-like texture that gives rich color in just one stroke, the Bobbi Brown Long-Wear Eye Pencil is a sure winner.

Biotique Kajal Nourishing & Conditioning Eye Liner With Almond Oil

As with all Biotique products, this kajal, too is made with traditional Ayurveda. It nourishes the eye and improves vision. Your eyes get that sparkly look due to all the natural ingredients. It promotes eyelash growth too. Because it is herbal and natural, it does not stay on for long; it smudges easily and lasts only for a few hours, specially in summers and during monsoons. But if you are a very health conscious person or have very sensitive eyes and do not like to apply artificial make-up, this Biotique Kajal is the best for you.

Himalaya Herbals Kajal

Himalaya has carved a name for itself in the natural products range, and this is no exception. The Himalaya Herbals Kajal cools your eyes and adds lustre and elegance. The ingredients comprise of Damask Rose, Triphala, Almond Oil and Castor Oil. Wow! Such a wonderful combination to not only enhance your beauty but also nourish your precious organs. As a natural products, it does not stay long. But it is smudge-proof and has good pigmentation. An easily available and affordable natural product.

So, which is your favourite? Any of these or something else? Comment and let us know!

Also check out this video by Kavita Koparkar to learn to perfectly apply kajal!!

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Nisha Joshi

Nisha Joshi

Homemaker, new mother, true punekar, bookworm, blogger, photographer, budding chef, music enthusiast, likes to keep her fingers in many pies!

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