5 different ways to use a kajal
A kajal is the most common beauty product that you will find in a woman's purse. One neat stroke of kajal on your lower waterline can instantly brighten up your eyes, add definition to them, and enhance your overall makeup look. However, kajal can be used in a lot of different ways to create unique looks other than just on your lower waterline.
In case you have run out of your eyeliner, then use your regular kajal pencil to line your eyes. To make the color super-dark, heat the kajal stick over a flame for a few seconds, let it cool, and then draw the line. You can also draw a bold wing with a kajal and then smudge it slightly to add definition to your eyes.
A bold smokey eye look is universally flattering and enhances your eyes. While it is normally created using several products, just one kajal can also do the job. Draw a thick line on your upper and the lower lid. Then smudge the lines with your finger or brush until you get the desired effect. Apply loads of mascara and your smokey eye is done.
In case you are running late and cannot find your eyebrow pencil, then use a kajal to fill in your eyebrows. The texture and consistency of a kajal are somewhat similar to an eyebrow pencil. It will help you fill the sparse spots and make your brows look thicker. Start drawing small strokes from the inner corner and then shift to the outer corner.
Tightlining refers to lining the upper waterline of your eyes with a kajal to make them look bigger and brighter. It fills the gap between your eyelashes and makes them appear thicker, fuller, and darker. It's perfect when you are sporting an everyday no-makeup look as it defines your eyes and adds dimension to them without making them look fake or too loud.
If you are bored of your regular black kajal, pick up a few colored kajals. You can use them as eyeshadow, as a liner, or on your waterline. Colored kajals come in shades like blue, brown, purple, and even pink which you can use to create quirky and vibrant looks. So now you no longer need to splurge on different eyeshadow palettes.