Beauty Tips: “Kajol is all about Nayon”, decorate your eyes like this
If you are tired of using black eyeliner, you can try black eyeliner.
Durga Puja is the best Bengali festival So at that time he became the best with the best clothes from the best outfit For ages, women have been using kajal as a cosmetic to enhance their beauty. Kajol was once made at home in India. Now, however, due to technology, they are manufactured in factories in a much more advanced manner. However, eyeliner can still be made at home following the ancient tradition. We are looking for some simple methods.
Cocoa Powder Eyeliner
If you are tired of using black eyeliner, you can try Khaeri Eyeliner. Mix well after adding a few drops of water or rose water with a spoonful of cocoa powder in a small bowl. The texture should be thick (gel like). A beautiful natural thick brown eyeliner will be created on both the upper and lower lash lines.
Light the almond eyeliner
lighter or candle and burn the almond with a tweezer in front of it. When the almonds are burnt and smoke starts to come out, the almonds should be kept in a container. Then the black burnt marks should be removed from it with a butter knife. Add two drops of almond oil and the eyeliner is ready.
Beetroot Juice Eyeliner
If you love experimenting with eyeliner colors, this eyeliner will be great. For this you will need half of a beetroot. Strain it and extract the juice. Take two spoons of juice from it and put it in a container and mix aloe vera gel in it. By mixing these two ingredients, a beautiful pink shade of eyeliner is ready.
Activated Charcoal Eyeliner
An active ingredient in black eyeliner is charcoal. It can be mixed with water or any carrier oil, such as jojoba oil, coconut oil or almond oil. For water, mix distilled water and charcoal. Eyeliner will be made by mixing the two ingredients well.
Kumkum Eyeliner Bold
red eyeliner adds another dimension to any look. Take a few drops of kumkum powder in a container and mix it with normal water or rose water. The texture should be a little thick.