Patanjali Herbal Kajal Review
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Patanjali Kajal is finally here. The much waited product to be bought was always out of stock whenever I asked for it.
Patanjali Kajal sells like hot cakes; this is what the store manager informed every time I asked for it. With this fact, the urge to get hold of at least one tube reached heights in me.
My experience with Patanjali Herbal Kajal:
Package: A twist up black tube with a transparent cap. The kajal is made conical and attached to the twisting tube base. This is how a typical kajal looks these days.
Nature: The black is intense. The application is also super easy. A slightly slanted holding of the kajal will give a perfect black line on the water-line of the eyes.
A neat line can also be drawn on the upper lashline in place of eyeliner. This neither kajal doe snot smudge, hence no fear of panda like eyes.
But it does fade away after a few hours of staying.
Fading is always preferred over smudging. Because, if it fades you always have a chance to re-apply. But if it smudges, cleaning it up and making your eyes look good is a painful job.
Staying Power: This is a little disappointing. It stays up to about 4 hours or so. It just fades away easily, although it leaves a little traces of itself.
Overall, this kajal easily takes up the place of any other kajal. A good product worth singing praises about.
Pros of Patanjali Herbal Kajal:
- Easy twist up package tube.
- Good pigmentation of the kajal
- Easily applied on water line and upper lash line
- Does not sting or irritate the eyes.
- Smooth texture.
- Does not smudge around the eyes.
Cons of Patanjali Herbal Kajal:
- Staying power is just average.
Recommendation: Yes. Give this kajal a try atleast once when the stocks are available. You will love the texture.
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