Cruelty-free spotlight on Eye of Horus!

So, I’ve been dying to try Eye of Horus ever since I first heard about their Goddess Pencils from Sharon Farrell, one of my fave makeup ‘gurus’.   I’m forever on the hunt for a liner that will stay put in my waterline, and word on the blog-street was that this one does just that.

I’d been procrastinating for quite a while when I saw one of their Goddess Promotions that I simply could not resist… It came with lots of goodies, for a nicely discounted price, which included just the pencil I was hankering for:

Eye of Horus Goddess Promotion

  • Sheba Mystical Palette
    • Artifact – Creamy Beige Metallic (light)
    • Enchantress Peach Matte (medium)
    • Royal Abyss Rich Deep Purple Metallic (dark)
  • Goddess Pencil – Smokey Black
  • Goddess Mascara – Black
  • Liquid Metal Liner – Copper Sphinx
  • Promotional Gift- The quite lovely soy coconut-and-lime scented candle by Byron Bay

First up, a couple of looks I created using only the products in the kit.  No primer and I used the brush that comes with the palette.

I was, of course, drawn to choosing the Sheba Mystical Palette for that gorgeous purple.  Plus, my grandparents’ dog, Sheba, was one of my loves when I was a kid…. I’d been a bit trepidatious about Enchantress, as peachy tones tend to pull a bit brassy on my skin tone, but I quite liked this subtle wash of color, which I then jazzed up with a bit of Copper Sphinx, a nice easy to apply liner for those of us who are less than adept with liquid liner wings.

Eye of Horus Enchantress Peach Matte, Copper Sphinx Goddess Pencil

Eye of Horus Enchantress Peach Matte, Copper Sphinx Goddess Pencil

Then I used the angled side of the brush to do a little purple wedge with Royal Abyss over a base of Artifact.  Such a gorgeous glow!

Eye of Horus Royal Abyss and Artifact

Eye of Horus Royal Abyss and Artifact

The Goddess Pencil applied easily and, get this, lasted through a full face wash with makeup remover!  Not too shabby on the staying power front.  I think you can see from the photos above, the mascara was nicely lenghthening.  I didn’t find it to be too volumizing, but I’m thinking this might be one of those mascaras that I like even more once its dried out a bit.

Now for the closeups on the goodies themselves.

Eye of Horus Sheba Mystical Palette

Eye of Horus: Goddess Pencil, Goddess Mascara, Liquid Metal in Copper Sphinx
Left to Right: Double-ended Goddess Pencil and smudger tip, Goddess Mascara wand, Liquid Metal Liner wand

This particular kit seems to no longer be featured on the Eye of Horus website, but they still have a bunch of other promos if anyone is interested, and all of these products are offered individually as well 🙂

*These are only my opinions, formed through my personal experience as a consumer.  I am not a medical doctor, an aesthetician, or a health/beauty professional.  There is no guarantee what effect, positive or negative, these products may have on anyone else.

**All products were purchased by me from brands that, to the best of my knowledge, are cruelty-free.

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