You probably know by now that I’m a huge colour enthusiast; the brighter the better! I love creating daring looks, or simply using a colour that really pops against the rest of my day to day makeup. So when Soultree got in touch and offered to let me try some of their wonderful Kajal colour sticks*, I was thrilled and very keen to give them a try.
The Kajal’s are an amazing super soft alternative to typical eyeliners, or even eyeshadow. The creamy formula offers a really easy and beautiful application, with a full colour pigment pay off. You can use them to line your eyes, colour eyelids and blend into an eyeshadow, create unique details and really experiment with makeup art.
The Soultree Kajal’s come in 12 different shades, so there’s definitely something for everyone. Stick to black if you’re keen on the classic eye flick, or gothic eye smudge under the eyes. There’s warm tones, cool tones, and neutrals for those not as keen to experiment! As well as adding great pops of colour, the Kajals also nourish the eye area with organic ghee and almond oil which is fantastic.
The colour payoff is absolutely incredible, as you can see from my swatches. It takes minimal effort to create a striking look, and with my blue, green and yellow, I’ve been able to create a whole range of great Summer looks already (keep an eye on my Instagram, as I’ll be showing them off soon!).
The Soultree Kajal’s are a must have item for Summer; creating effortless and beautiful makeup looks within seconds. Even the most novice of makeup lovers will appreciate them, and at just £13.90 for such a great multi-use product they really are a bargain! Grab one or two for yourself here.
What do you guys think?! 🙂
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