Kajal is a house of fragrances created out of a love of perfume and luxurious scents. The company is registered in Paris, France with marketing and product development offices in Toronto, Canada. Sales and logistics offices operated from Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Indeed in this brand there is something very Middle Eastern. Starting with the name meaning kohl in Indian and Hebrew culture, which is a natural product that protects and beautifies the eyes. And to the very Arabic word khagal which means modesty, humility and kindness. Behind this brand are two creators: Muhammad Khlaf and Ibrahim Faris. Muhammad Khlaf began his work with the Gucci Group in the early 21st century, when he handled the YSL Beauté brands as the brand manager in Saudi Arabia. After 10 years, he moved to the Estee Lauder company to handle Aramis brands and designer fragrances. During this time Aramis created a new line of fragrances, called Calligraphy of Perfume, and in late 2012 a new chapter in his life began in Toronto, Canada. Then also dared to take part in the Kajal brand. Ibrahim Faris, on the other hand, landed in the perfume industry at the age of 19, when he studied and worked part-time at one of the largest companies in the beauty industry in Jordan. He started his career as a brand manager for many brands like KENZO, Jean Paul Gaultier, Issey Meyaki, L'Oreal, for 10 years, then decided to discover a new market. So he moved to Dubai to join the Al Tire group and take care of their new distribution company in Saudi Arabia called "TEJAN Middle East". In 2014, the brand introduced its first perfume which was of excellent quality and with an oriental-floral character. A year after the first edition, in October in Cannes, the fragrances of Dahab and Kajal Home were presented, accompanied by the complete story about the Kajal brand that offered the direction chosen by the brand owners, Ibrahim Faris and Muhammad Khalaf. The first fragrance Kajal Eau de Parfum was signed by perfume Christian Carbonel, while Dahab and Kajal Pour Homme were born from a collaboration between perfumers Christian Carbonel and Rosando Mateo. Dahab delivers an oriental-fruity, intoxicating, very juicy and warm composition, while Kajal Home attracts attention with deep, strong and comfortable wood notes, which softly soften in the warmth of the harvested shades. Kajal Dahab creates the charm that defines a woman and her beauty. The perfume was created to emphasize the warmth and richness of gold, with a juicy nectar of passion fruit that blends with bergamot and the freshness of green apples. Cedar and coriander seeds form the fragrance extract, additionally heated with patchouli, amber and musk at the base. What is unusual for gold is the special engraving that adorns the gold lid. In Eastern culture, gold bears various names, originating from Persia, Arabia and India. Muhammad and Ibrahim chose eight names for gold that we can find on the lid of the bottle, which was shaped like an 8-point star. Among them: Tiber (the name used in Arabia is gold extracted from the soil, but not melted and free from impurities); Asjad (the golden name in combination with other precious materials and gems, including diamonds, sapphires, rubies and crystals); Ziriab and Lamar (named after gold in liquid form); Zochroff (the gold used for decoration and ornaments); Al-Ibriz (gold free of any impurities); Aikan (purified gold blended into gypsum) and gold (the Arabic name best known for gold). It stays on the skin for a long time and has an amazing presence. And is especially suitable for warm summer days. Kajal Homme is aimed at charismatic men and provides a blend of freshness, fine marine fragrances and warm wood tones. The composition opens with the union of citrus of red grapefruit and mandarins with the spiciness and juiciness of black currant. At the heart of the composition are goyak wood, cashmere, red orange and cardamom, laid on precious wood, musk, patchouli, tonka and vanilla.