Khôl en poudre
Product prepare craftsmen at Meknès in Morocco.
If kohl is primarily known as a cosmetic, it was first used for its medicinal properties. The Egyptians used as eye drops to prevent and relieve eye infections, but also protect the eyes from strong refractions of light that are émies by the desert sand.
Soon, Pharaoh and his subjects were conquered by the depth and mystery conferred kohl in their eyes, so that women and men used the black powder makeup.
Over the centuries, Kohl has continued to be used by the Arabs and by the Prophet Muhammad himself, so that nowadays, some men (especially pilgrims) still wear make-up eyes with kohl.
Traditionally, kohl is applied using a wooden stick called "mirwed". After powder coated kohl, it slips between the two lids joined the stick, and move back and forth, kohl harmoniously emphasizes the eye or eyelid.
It gives the look a mysterious depth and brightness. Her outfit is longer than a standard pencil.
Kohl consists of an inorganic powder consisting mainly of d'antimoine sulfide. Kohl can be black or gray as mixtures.
In addition to being a cosmetic product, kohl has cleansing properties. If you have sore eyes because of the wind or the sun and you do not wear glasses, kohl make you great service (to be avoided if stye).
- Flacon de 25g
- Poudre d'antimoine et plantes medicinales du maroc dont noyaux d’olives, noyaux de dattes, clous de girofle, gingembre, poivre blanc, sarghine, sulfure de cuivre (hadida hamra), pierre bleu (hdida zarka), pierre de nila bleu (nila fassia).
Based on 2 reviews
Très fin et de couleur foncée j’adore !
Parfait, bonne poudre, facile à appliquer et aide bien le regard
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