Kajal, sometimes known as kohl, is one makeup essential without makeup is incomplete. A single sweep of this wonder product adds definition to your eyes and in seconds, your eyes look bigger, brighter, and more defined. That’s why girls worldwide love kajal because a sweep of it can leave you with beautiful eyes that speak volumes! So not only is waterproof kajal popular in India, Pakistan, and the Middle East, but globally women have embraced kajal as their go-to makeup for eyes.

There are a few things to keep in mind when looking for the best eye kajal. First, opt for a waterproof kajal. This will allow you to wear your kajal no matter what mother nature throws at you – rain, sweat, happy tears, or an impromptu plunge into the pool. You can also select a long-lasting kajal so that your eyes look beautiful all day long.

Applying kajal to your eyes can be tricky. Thick, uneven lines can morph your eye shape and take away from the beauty of your eyes. Before applying kajal, make sure your eyes are clean.

Winged eye look

If you’ve been following the Kajal trend, you know that a kajal can be used to create a beautiful winged look.

If your kajal is sharp enough, you can use this to flick the upper eye line for a winged look. It could be easier with Auric’s liquid eyeliners, but the same stunning winged look can be achieved by a kajal too!

To get this look, apply kajal on the upper lash line starting from the inner corner and moving outwards like you did when using the primary application. From the tip of the outer corner of your eyes, move your line upwards. Apply kajal in short strokes to thicken out the line.

Double winged eye look

 To create this style, draw out the winged-eye look on your lash lines. On your lower lash lines, apply a fine line of Ecostay long lasting Kajal moving from the inner corner to the outer corner and give the line a gentle downward curve at the outer edge.


The Doe eye makeup trend is a fashion trend from the 1960s and 1970s. But it’s a style practiced by our Bollywood actresses/models. 

Apply waterproof kajal at the base of your upper lashes and extend it all the way up to your brow bone. Then, take a tiny brush and create a thin line from the outer corner of your eye to the inner corner. This will give you that ‘u’ shape we talked about earlier!

Semi-lined eyes

The cat-eye is a classic beauty look that has been popular for decades. It’s easy to do, but it can be so hard to master! Use an angled tip of your eyeliner pencil (just make one part of the tip flat and the other pointed) to trace your lash line, kicking the sharp end at the corner to create a winged effect. Then, using the same angled kajal technique, draw a line halfway between your outermost part of the cat-eye and bottom lash line and you’re done!

Intense look

If you’re looking to up your eyeliner game, try applying long lasting kajal on your waterline. This will give your eyes an intense look, but if your eyes tend to water uncontrollably or if you wear lenses, apply it on your lower lash-line instead of on your waterline. To apply thick kajal on the lower lid, use your left hand to pull down the under-eye area and expose the waterline. Now begin applying kajal starting from the outer corner of your eye and moving inwards towards your tear duct area in repetitive short strokes. 

Kitten Eye

The perfect winged eyeliner is not as hard to achieve as you might think. The key is to start by applying a thin line from the inner corner of your eye and while moving outwards you can make the line slightly thicker. Apply it in short quick strokes. When you’re applying eyeliner, when you get to the outer corner, flick it out slightly. Straighten it out in a straight line upwards.

Looking for a long-lasting waterproof kajal? We’ve got you covered with Lotus Herbals Ecostay Kajal. It’s one of the best waterproof kajal on the market, and it offers up to 10 hours of intense wear. It’s smudge-proof and waterproof, so your eyes are safe and sound. Perfect for people with sensitive eyes as well as lens wearers, this velvety black finish is unlike any other.