Since the time I was young, I have been a huge fan of kajals. I have tried almost all kajals available in the market. I am not really a fan of using kajals laden with chemicals on my waterline. For that, I prefer herbal kajals and then I came across Mumtaz Herbal Kajal and I fell in love with it, so I wanted to share my experience with all of you.
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Rs. 90 for 1.5 gm.
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- Rich,dark and lustrous.
- Formulated on ayurvedic principles.
- As pure as homemade kajal.
- Does not smudge or spread.
- Ideal for sensitive eyes.
Cow’s ghee, black iron oxide, badam ka tel, sufoof-e-syah, bhimseni kafoor, waxy base.
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My Take on Mumtaz Herbal Kajal with Almond Oil:
This is the Mumtaz Herbal Kajal with almond oil and it’s the “gold series.” It comes in a cute gold pack, looks more like a lipstick case. Its like a twist-up normal kajal. On application, it feels cool and the best part is that it stays cool for a long time and not just on application. It feels great, though it smudges after like 3-4 hours, but I end up using it a lot. I use it on my waterline usually. I have been using this for a week now, so cannot comment on its “lash growing” properties. I just love how it makes my eyes feel and I am in awe of this kajal. I love this kajal and will keep using this because it makes my eyes feel fresh and stay fresh.
Under white light, one and two swipes
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Pros of Mumtaz Herbal Kajal with Almond Oil:
- Feels cool on application and the sensations stays for a long time.
- Cute packaging and travel friendly.
- Good intensity of colour.
- Herbal hence safe for use on waterline.
- Stays put for a long time.
Cons of Mumtaz Herbal Kajal with Almond Oil:
- Limited availability.
Here’s how it looks on me:
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