Soultree Ayurvedic kajal Reviews
Hey pretty women, how have you been doing? The rains, out here in Delhi have showered some mercy finally giving us a little respite from the heat and humidity. So, coming back to the review of the day.. Soultree Ayurvedic kajal in shade pure Black. It is a twist up format kajal in Jet Black shade. You might love applying all sorts of colours of eyeliners but a Jet Black kohl is something that you cannot afford not to have in your makeup kit, at all times. I frankly, do not wear eyeliner very often and prefer it only while going out for parties or special occasions. So, on most ways for work, I am good to go with a plain line of kajal along my waterline.
I recently reviewed Oriflame The One kajal for you guys which was in a Graphite Gray tone and was named Smokey Charcoal. Due to it’s subtle shade, it works well in a number of eye makeup techniques like Double eyeliner, smokey Eye makeup etc.
Since this product is Ayurvedic, it claims of having no chemicals especially, parabens. It contains the goodness of pure, organic Ghee. The Black colour of the kajal comes from natural minerals making the kajal safe to use on eyes.
INR 350 for 3 grams
6 Months approx.
Directions of use
Swipe on your waterline three to four times for a bold black line.
The kajal comes in a Silver coloured twist up packaging which fully resembles a lipstick. On twisting, an inverted kajal cone in Black pops out. The cap does not open up and is secure enough to travel with.
It is in form of an inverted cone and the texture is smooth to apply on waterline probably due to presence of lubricants like ghee, cocoa butter etc.
Organic ghee, natural minerals, natural essential oils, honey, vitamin E, camphor, sweet almonds, castor oil, cocoa butter
Pros of Soultree Ayurvedic kajal
- the cap of the soultree kajal does not budge
- The product is user friendly as well as travel friendly
- It is fragrance free
- Gives a bold black line on your water line within 2 to 3 swipes
- It gives a cooling sensation to eyes on application probably due to presence of camphor
- It glides on easily on waterline due to presence of organic ghee and other essential oils
- Castor oil and sweet almonds are considered good for eye sight
- Staying power is good with an average of three hours or so
- The formula is smudge free to a good extent
- It has not been tested on animals
- Suitable for sensitive eyes
- There are many other shades available in this range of kajals for those who want to try out something different than Black kajals
Cons of Soultree Ayurvedic kajal
- The formula is not entirely waterproof
My experience with Soultree Ayurvedic kajal
Though, it is a bit expensive as compared to Maybelline colossal, Himalaya herbals and Lakme eyeconic kajals which I had been using quite routinely, I can totally ignore the price because it is an Ayurvedic one and I can be sure that my eyes are not exposed to any kind of harmful ingredients like Parade’s.
It contains the goodness of so many natural ingredients. It gives my eyes a refreshing cooling sensation on application. The performance of this kajal in terms of colour pay off, pigmentation and lasting power is decent enough, too. I am happy that it shows minimal smudging on my eyes until I rub into it. It is not totally waterproof though but that is pretty excusable as most kajals are not waterproof as such.
Whether I would recommend this product again?
Yes, I would repurchase this one in Black and Blue shades. It is recommended for sensitive eyes as it is Ayurvedic and chemical free.