India For centuries, Indian women have lined their eyes with kajal (aka kohl), a homemade blend of ashes mixed with an oil such as almond butter. The result is a gleaming gunmetal hue that makes eyes pop. "Historically, it was applied around the eyes and along the inner eye rims to deflect sun glare in the desert," says Sumita Batra, author of The Art of Mehndi. Batra created her own liners that mimic the rich, opaque texture of kajal (Sumita Kajal Eyeliner, $11, zibabeauty.com).
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