SEPHORA NUIT KAJAL
Super Intense, Endlessly Fascinating
Middle East Exclusive Launch
If eyes are the mirrors of the soul of a woman, Kajal is the ultimate accessory to enhance its charming power! Discover the undisputed icon of eye makeup with Made In Sephora’s latest Middle East exclusive beauty creation: the utterly intense and incredibly long-lasting NUIT KAJAL.
A highly pigmented kohl stick designed to create the perfect smudged liner or smoky eyeshadow, Sephora’s dramatic Nuit Kajal comes in 4 mesmerizing shades. Go bold and black with the Sephora Nuit Kajal in Fascinating Black to add drama to your eyes as the night falls. Reminiscent of the blue moonlit night sky, the Sephora Nuit Kajal in Attractive Blue is this season’s essential pop of colour. Go softer on your eyes with a Charming Brown and switch from day to night with ease, or sweep on an Enchanting Beige on your waterline, and brighten up your eyes for a beautiful night out.
The Kajal’s rich creamy texture glides on smoothly and blends easily, providing optimal comfort for all-day wear even within the inner rims of the eyes. Its intense pigment and ingenious design are ideal for creating a smouldering smoky eye or a beautifully bold gaze. What’s more? The Sephora Nuit Kajal is made from all natural organic ingredients, not only making it safe to use, but also protecting the eyes from infections.
Produced exclusively for Sephora Middle East, the Sephora Nuit Kajal will be available across all Sephora Stores in the Middle East from October 2016, prior to worldwide roll out for price AED 69/ QAR 68/ SAR 70/ BAH 7.1/ KWT 5.50
History of the original Kajal
The KAJAL pencil has been traditionally used in India, Egypt and in the Middle East for decades now, and is one of the oldest types of eyeliners to be used. It was traditionally made from heavy metals, (lead sulphate) however due to the ill-effects of heavy metals, modern kohl pencils are made from ingredients that are non-toxic such as resins, plant extracts and soot.
The Kajal pencil was also used in North Africa by people of all ages and genders, as it was believed to protect the eyes from infection and desert sun, while also moisturizing and protecting the skin around the eyes. Egyptians, who are believed to have pioneered in making the Kajal, made many other colors except black such as malachite and lapus lazuli.