Beauty & Fashion Products Reviews

Soultree Ayurvedic Kajal Eyeliners *

Ever since I was 12 or 13 years old and entered my “grunger” phase of life, I have loved eyeliner. Granted, my eyeliner looks have changed quite dramatically over the years and whilst I no longer look like a literal panda, I do still enjoy using eyeliners of different brands and shades. I mostly only use it if I’m going out out and I definitely use it less in the Spring and Summer (because let’s face it, my hay fever is so damn bad it’ll get rubbed off within 10 minutes anyway) but I still like experimenting with different looks and colours. 

So I was keen to try a few of these Aturvedic Kajal eyeliners from Soultree* and was kindly sent 3 shades of my choice to play around with. We’ll get on to the shades in a second but a little bit about the brand first! These liners are all handmade, natural, organic, chemical free and cruelty free (sound like a dream, right?) All the colours you see are made from natuaral ingredients such as organic ghee, organic almond oil and other natural colour pigments. 

Soultree themselves began in 2002 where they discovered that communities in the Himalayas were still living in harmony with nature, using it’s benefits but giving back to the same degree. So Soultree channeled that concept into creating beautiful, high-quality beauty products which are as natural and harmonious with Mother Nature as possible.

I was really impressed with the packaging to be honest. It was nice that the eyeliners came in a box each to keep them safe especially during transit but the eyeliners themselves really floated my boat. Looking at them, I’m sure you’d assume they were lipsticks or maybe concealer but I really loved the sleek, elegant and smart silver tubes, along with the simple Soultree logo. The tubes are super sturdy as well so the eyeliners will stay safe as houses for however long you have them!

I was  impressed with the range of shades there are to chose from – all the way from Transparent to Pure Black and a range of greens, blues and grays in-between. There’s definitely a color for everyone. As I said, I’ve always been a huge black eyeliner user so one of my choices had to be one of the black shades. I chose Cold Black which I believe isn’t quite as black as pure black. I mean, there’s not an awful lot to say about the color black other than yes, it was black so good start!

Next up was the Indigo Blue which thankfully I have something I little more constructive to say about this shade other than, “it was blue”, haha! I’ve always liked trying out bright blue around my eyes. I’m not a very bold person (okay, I’m like the least boldest person you will meet) but I think a pop of blue around the eyes can look really nice. This blue definitely wasn’t too overwhelming, too bright or too “HERE I AM”. It was quite subtle when it was on my eyes, for a blue and I really liked that!

I’ve saved my favourite until last because this isn’t a color I would probably have ever chosen, had I been walking around a shop looking for eyeliner but I thought it sounded nice and wanted to give it a whirl! The description says it’s a dark brown with a hint of gold shimmer in the coloring and whilst I probably wouldn’t say it was dark brown – more a medium – I did notice the shimmer and I absolutely love this shade. I can’t wait to try this with some nude / brown / gold eye-shadow looks!

I’ll say this straight up but I’m not really a beauty blogger so I don’t know an awful lot about formulas of different products and what they should feel like but from my experience using these, I really liked how creamy they felt, both on my hand in the swatches and when applying to my eyes. They went on super smoothly and actually gave me a fairly good flick on first application!

These eyeliners retail for £13.90 each on the Soultree website which to me on first glance, seems like a bit much for one eyeliner however… When you compare to other quality brands, it seems fairly reasonable especially as you’re getting the natural elements as well as the products being cruelty free. You also get a lot of product in each one, I was quite surprised with how far they twisted up so I can imagine these lasting quite a while!

I was really happy with these eyeliners from the colors to how they applied on my eyes. I’m putting these firmly in my make up bag and I know I’ll get a lot of use out of them in the coming months – especially the Copper Tint around Autumn!

What’s your favourite color here? Have you used this brand before? Do you prioritize cruelty-free when purchasing make up and what are some of your favourite cruelty-free make up brands?

* Products marked with a (*) were sent to me in exchange for a review



  1. The copper one is beautiful and so perfect for this time of year.

    1. Definitely 😌

  2. I love the packaging of these! They look so unlike other eyeliners too, I’d love to try the black one. The copper one looks perfect for Autumn though! xx

    Tiffany x

    1. It really is! Wanna give that a go this week 😌

  3. Sarah Sullivan says:

    wow they look so different to other eyeliners! black is my soul so id go with the black one haha

  4. These look so different to normal liners and I love the payoff of the blue! x

    1. They are different but definitely worth it!

  5. These sound lush and I love the Copper Tint colour, definitely perfect for autumn!
    Cora |

    1. It’s so autumnal!

  6. The bronze shade is so pretty x

    1. It really is!

  7. I have not heard of this brand before but these kajal eyeliners sound very impressive and I like the design too. I like them all but mood indigo has to be my favourite!

    Melissa 🌙 | Moonlight Mel

    1. It is a lovely colour 🙂

  8. Couldn’t believe my eyes when I saw the shape of these eyeliners, so cool! The copper one looks beautiful for autumn x

    Morgan //

    1. Haha! It really is the most perfect autumnal colour!

  9. these eyeliners are beautiful! i love all the colors, i think my favorite would be the copper one because I have blue eyes so i think that one would compliment my eyes the best. it’s great that they are made with such natural ingridents, especially since you are putting these products close to your eyes. The more natural the better! lovely post jenny!

    mich /

    1. The copper would look lovely with blue eyes!

  10. I am actually looking for new eyeliners so I’ll check these out!! Very nice review!!

    1. Thank you 🙂

  11. They look so cool! Love the blue xx

  12. These look easy to apply and wear – I might be tempted to try them, it’s been a while since I bothered with eye liner!

    1. It can be a bit of a nuisance at times I agree haha!

  13. I’ve never heard of this brand before. I love the look of blue indigo, and I love how ‘sharp’ the points are, it seems like it would make it much easier to apply!

    I’m going to have a shimmy on their site now!

    Charlene McElhinney

    1. They’re very easy to apply and you get a pretty good wing too!

  14. beereaderbooks says:

    I love the sound of these anything that’s made only with natural ingredients is a big win for me. I’m usually a black flick eyeliner girl but I like the look of the rusty copper colour here

    1. The copper is such a gorgeous colour!

  15. I’ve never heard about this brand before but they sound amazing, love that they are all cruelty free and natural. The colour selection also looks amazing loving the blue shade that you got! Great review x

    1. Thank you very much 🙂

  16. I love the look of the copper one! I actually think they’re a fairly reasonable price too. Especially as the free from, organic stuff can lean slightly more expensive. I imagine they would blend out really nicely as a cream shadow too x


    1. Yeah I agree I’d rather pay a bit more for products like that 🙂

  17. I love the blue colour a lot, but that copper is stunning! I’m sure it’ll really make your eyes pop. I love the colour selection too, there’s such a good choice. And the packaging is so cool, definitely the best eyeliner packaging I’ve seen. They are so creamy and easy to apply, I love this brand.
    Beth x

    1. They really are and they have so many lovely colours don’t they?

  18. I don’t think I had hear of this brand before! I love the shape and packaging of the liner! The blue one is gorgeous although not sure i’d pull it off! I always wear black eyeliner!

    1. You would DEFINITELY pull it off!

  19. Lisa's Notebook says:

    First up, what absolutely STUNNING photos, Jenny! These look so lovely, my first ever piece of makeup was a kajal and it feels like I’ve been trying to find something as smudgy and creamy ever since. I’ve been lucky enough to be sent some kajals too so, after reading this lovely detailed review, I can’t wait to get playing with them 🙂 xx

    Lisa |

    1. Thank you so much! They really are super lovely and creamy! I’ve not experimented with smudging them yet though so I’ll give that a go!

  20. These look incredible, I’d love to try out the copper tint one! They look soooo smooth!

    Kate |

    1. Perfect for a autumnal look!

  21. I have never gone out of my comfort zone and wore anything but black but these are so vibrant, would love to try these out for a special occasion!

    Jessica & James | /

    1. The blue would look lovely on you!

  22. I don’t wear eye liner very often but these look GORGEOUS! Those colours are so vibrant and they sound like such high quality products. I really love Indigo Blue, it’s really pretty and eye catching. It was interesting to learn about the brand too and I really like their natural and harmonious approach. Your photography is absolutely stunning Jenny, fabulous review <3 xx

    Bexa |

    1. Thanks so much! They really are amazing quality I was so impressed with them 🙂

  23. These shades are stunning! They look so pigmented!

    Love, Amie ❤
    The Curvaceous Vegan

    1. They really are!

  24. Kirstie Wheeler says:

    Ahh the copper looks lovely, I’ve been told I should wear copper more often as apparently it suits my hair… I think I will stick with black though, ahaha

    1. Haha you should give it a go! It’s a very versatile colour 🙂

  25. I’ve never heard of this brand before but those eyeliners are gorgeous and they look really creamy – I hate hard, scratchy eyeliners. They are also really pigmented too. I’d wear all three of those colours but I love the Indigo Blue.:) x

    1. These definitely aren’t hard and scratchy at ALL!

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