A Gift Worthy of a Queen
Kajal Dahab is an acclaimed luxury Oriental fragrance for women that draws inspiration from the rich cultures of the Middle and Near East in order to produce a scent that is at once both contemporary and traditional.
Dahab (Arabic: ذهب, IPA: [ˈdæhæb]): Gold.
Universally celebrated as a criterion for success and opulence, gold is the metal with which we honor our heroes and decorate our loved ones. Naturally, its eponymous perfume should continue in this tradition of beauty and elegance.
In Arabic, gold has many names, each referring to a different type or physical state. Eight of the names, some of which have Persian and Indian roots, were carefully chosen for their structural calligraphic malleability. The eight-pointed star, which is the shape of the cap surface and one of Kajal’s essential brand elements, serves as the base structure for the calligraphy.
Each of the names has to fit into its designated compartment, and once joined, the words and their diacritics must flow and fuse with one another, like liquid pieces of a puzzle.