I have a product review for you today and this is another one that I am super excited about so you’ll wanna keep reading if you’re looking for some super funky summer must-haves!
So earlier this week I was lucky enough to be approached by the lovely Harlen who kindly sent me some samples of these Colour Kajals by the brand ‘SoulTree’. SoulTree are an up and coming beauty brand committed to making products in their most natural form, in a statement by the company, they say their promise is to bring their consumers natures goodness with honesty and responsibility! They are also cruelty free which is always a bonus (but just a heads up, they aren’t vegan!).
These kajals are organic, 100% natural and contain organic almond oil and natural mineral pigments. I’m always a sucker for products with almond oil in as it’s such a soft and nourishing ingredient which really reflects in the formula of these liners.I always find when hearing about natural products that my first reaction is be skeptical because in this day and age we are so used to be pumped full of information about what this “so and so” acid can do to plump or skin or what this chemical can do to reverse our wrinkles but I can honestly say I have fallen in love with these!
The 2 colours I chose were “Purple Haze” which is a deep crimson-like autumnal purple, this is a colour I’m always using so I thought it’d be something I’d get a lot of wear out of and also the colour “Carat” which is a summery yellow with a gold shimmer to it, something a bit more bold for the upcoming festival season and yellow is super in fashion right now.
Here is a look I did with both of the liners:
I used Purple Haze as a shadow, a liner and a lipstick! As a shadow, I applied it straight to the lid and used a short bristled brush to blend it smoothly all over to create a subtle coloured base, I also applied it straight onto my bottom outer waterline to give it a stronger colour and more defined look. I then used a lip brush and took the product off of the side of the kajal to apply it to my lips as I didn’t want to wear the pointed nib down too much on first use. I was really pleasantly surprised as the colour stayed on my lips for a good 3 or so hours despite it not being super matte or even meant for the lips!
(Also please ignore my brows, I’m trying to grow them out so they can be reshaped).
I used Carat as a top liner and to add a pop of colour on the inner colours of my bottom waterline. It applied like a dream and I got a surprisingly sharp flick with how rounded the end of the kajal is. When the end of the nib wears down with use, you could easily use a pointed liner brush or a slanted brush to apply it too as the formula is so creamy and easy to use.
Overall I’d say these liners are a fabulous investment for anyones makeup kit, they’re super creamy and easy to just shove on for an everyday look or you can easily switch them up and create more elaborate looks as they’re super pigmented and easily blendable. Also super fabulous and easy to take to festivals with the array of bright colours or neutrals you can purchase them in over at https://www.pravera.co.uk/soultree and they retail at £13.90. I really want to try “True Blue” and “Moss Velvet” next!
Hope you enjoyed this post and my looks with these products, what products are in your festival makeup kit?
’Til next time,