When you inquire about me about it, I’ll tell you that I’ve had occasions when I’ve lost my wallet in the house however, not my Kajal. Eye Kajal adds an edge to my eyes and provides just the appropriate amount of glamour on the darkest of days. Now you’ve realized how I depend on my trusted Kajal for any occasion. Be it shopping for groceries or attending a wedding reception, I try to swipe just a few strokes of kajal onto my waterline prior to stepping out from the house. When I am out of kajal I leave only being asked whether I’m sick, or being told that I’m not the same. *aarrghh*
Although I am a huge fan of Kajal, I can’t deny the fact that at least a couple of hours later, I’m rushing to the bathroom to clean the smudges that have accumulated on the inner and outer corners of my eye. It’s because my lids are oily! At first, I blamed for the cosmetic brand. However, after changing hundreds of pencils, I realized that it’s not the kajal itself that is to blame, but my oily face.
It was a blessing that I discovered an hack that simplified my life and I’m now going to give it to you! If you’re one of those women with oily eyelids and can’t endure without her kajal here’s the information you should know.
How do you prepare your face for makeup, it’s essential to prepare your eyelids as well to ensure that the application of kajal is not just smooth, but also lasts longer , without the smudging. Before applying kajal take an unsoaked cotton pad that has been soaked in chilled water , and dab it onto your eyelids. Cleanse your eyes thoroughly, ensuring there’s no water remnants. Next, pull out your eyekajal pencil, and apply it the same way as you normally apply. Finally, put some makeup powder in your palm and rub it on your lids on the outer and inner corners, as well as along your lower lashline. This will keep your eyekajal oil-proof and stop the shiny look to appear in the mid-day.