Review: Olivia Kajal Stick

*This review is not sponsored.*

Hi Guys!! I hope you all are doing good..

Kajal, for Indian girls is a heaven sent product!! It is nothing new and has been the beauty secrets of Queens and Royalty for ages… It not defines our water line but also makes the eyes look more enhanced and beautiful.

These days, Kajals come in a lot of different types, formulations, textures and colors but the regular black color is something that none can replace. While selecting a Kajal for your gentle eyes, you should always make sure to read it’s ingredients list and check whether it has lead or not.

Lead is a very harmful ingredient which is very widely used in making Kajals. If you cannot find ingredients list or cannot decide wthether to buy it or not, reviews are always your savior… Today I am going to review Olivia Kajal Stick for you all.

I hope my review helps you to choose the perfect Kajal for you.. I have also reviewed Me-On Eyepnotyz Auto Kajal Pencil, Blue Heaven Soft Kajal Eyeliner and Nelf Waterproof Kohl Kajal, so don’t forget to check it out as well..

Product Description: The ancient Indian Beauty secret! Olivia Kajal Stick is an extreme and intense black Kajal. The creamy formula emphasises and defines your eyes. Enriched with herbal extracts which not only make it safe to use on the eyes, but also soothes and nourishes them. Long lasting and water resistant Olivia Kajal is a great way to add the classic definition to your eyes..


*Water Resistant
*Intense Black
*Smudge Proof
*Long Lasting
*Extra Smooth
*Enriched with Herbal Extracts


*For external use only
*Keep away from children

Cost: Rs. 120 for 2.5 g

Shelf Life: 1 year

Availability: At all beauty, cosmetic and general stores

Packaging: This Kajal comes in an outer carton packaging which I highly appreciate. I think all brands should pack their Kajals this way so that the consumer can get enough information about the product through it.

This carton has all necessary product details mentioned on it. The actual product comes in a lipstick bullet style, glossy, black body with golden detailing. Once you unscrew the bullet, the product comes out in a cone shape and you’re good to go..

Color: Intense black

Finish: Matte

Texture: Very creamy, smooth

Tip: Cone shaped

Eye Swatch:

My Experience:

This review is based upon my oily eyelids.. I love to use a Kajal in both ways, as an eyeliner and to define my waterline. This Kajal glides on effortlessly on the waterline as well as on the eyelid. It is very soft and creamy in texture but does not break while applying.

A single line can be very easily drawn without any roughness through it. The color is intensely black just as claimed and pays off in a single go. I seriously don’t need a second swipe to define the color because it is beautifully pigmented.

It has a very slight herbal smell to it when you bring it near your nose but you can not sniff it off once you apply it. It does not irritate the eyes at all and looks very rich and intense. It does not smudge and looks like you’ve just applied it even after three-four hours.

Since it is water resistant as well, it is really difficult to remove and stays for a very long time. It has a matte finish to it which makes it last long enough. The only con I feel about it is that it does not have any sort of sharpener, so after using it for a lone time, the cone shaped tip will turn into a cylindrical one and then cannot be applied as an eyeliner.

Anyways, I like it’s color and formulation, so if I want to apply it as an eyeliner once the conical tip is finished, a precise angular eyeliner brush is always there for me.

Pros of Olivia Kajal Stick:

*Easily available at local stores
*Not tested on animals
*Contains Herbal extracts which are good for improving eyesight
*Color pays off in a single go
*Very pigmented
*Very smooth, glides on easily
*Stays for more than five hours
*Doesn’t smudge
*Doesn’t sting eyes
*Value for money
*Cheap and affordable
*Sturdy packaging, doesn’t open itself or get messy
*Usually available at discounts

Cons of Olivia Kajal Stick:

*Packaging could have been better
*Only key ingredients list mentioned

Will I purchase it? Is it worth the money?
Yes. This Kajal is affordable, glides on to the eye very smoothly, doesn’t sting my eyes, doesn’t smudge, is water resistant, stays for a very long time and is available locally. It is value for money and I would definitely go and grab it again..

Will I recommend it?
Yes, highly! If you are looking for a pocket friendly Kajal that works just as claimed, you must try this bad boy out..

My Ratings: 4.5/5

Final Verdict: Overall, it is a very good Kajal to be used on a daily basis. It is highly pigmented, looks good on the eyes and stays for a really long time. I like it from every aspect and love the fact that it is budget friendly.

I just wish that the packaging is improved and created in a more innovative way or atleast comes with a sharpener. I also wish that they come up with more colors because their formulation is amazing… I hope that the brand takes my suggestion on a positive note..

*PR Sample

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2 thoughts on “Review: Olivia Kajal Stick”

  1. Hi. I bought Olivia kajal stick but it’s become dry!! Hence it is not gliding on the eyes, it’s not smooth. How do I soften the kajal stick, without damaging it this making it usable.

    1. Hi. Thank you for stopping by. One of the main reasons of dried up kajal is definitely the dry weather which we’re currently having in India. I understand it is really irritating. Take a very small amount of Vaseline on a thin brush, apply it on top of the kajal stick, let it soak for around 5 minutes and gently take it off. Your kajal would now work a lot better. If you don’t want to use vaseline, you can slightly warm up the kajal stick using a candle, let it cool completely and apply it. These methods should certainly work.

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