Review: Biotique Botanicals Bio Kaajal Nourishing and Conditioning Eye Liner

While I typically review products from the U.S., I am always curious about natural beauty routines in other countries. I recently had the opportunity to try an affordable eyeliner made in India. Biotique Botanicals makes a Bio Kaajal Nourishing and Conditioning Eye Liner, which comes in a very deep black.

Pros:
  • True, deep black
  • Smudges well
  • Ayurvedic formula
  • Soft texture applies easily
  • Affordable
Cons:
  • May be harder to sharpen near bottom
Summary:
This eyeliner applies more like a soft crayon, and smudges well. It may smudge a little too well, in some cases, as it can migrate to your eyelids if you use too much. Some reviewers use it in their waterline, but I tested it on my upper eyelids. It lasted about 6-8 hours without an eye shadow primer. The liner itself is shaped a bit like a conical crayon, so I'm not sure how you'd sharpen it at the bottom. Perhaps you could apply the last of the product with an angled eyeliner brush. I had a hard time running this on the EWG Skin Deep database, as many ingredients didn't have information available. The few that did came out at a low 0, but I didn't feel that there was enough data to give an accurate rating. If you're interested in trying a new type of eyeliner that has been designed to be gentle, this may be worth a try.

Also available on Amazon.com.

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Disclosure notice: This product was sent to me free of charge by the manufacturer for review. No additional compensation was accepted and the opinions are my own. Please verify any claims with the manufacturer, especially if you have any allergies or concerns.

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