Friday, April 3, 2015


I don't think I have ever been so blown away by the quality of a pencil eyeliner before and these are a must have for any makeup fanatics collection.

In general, I have come to not expect too much from a pencil liner and consider it a good product if it isn't dry, doesn't tug on my eyelids and has some pigmentation. When I first swatched one of these on my hand, I was shocked at how smooth it glided on, how pigmented the colours were and the overall quality of the product. In this post we are going to be taking a look at four of the ten colour options that Eye of Horus offer in these "Goddess Pencils".  
While most aqua eyeliners leave me disappointed and wanting much more regarding colour payoff, Teal Malachite is the ultimate bright Summer blue. This shade is perfect for adding a pop of colour in the waterline or making a statement with coloured upper lash liner.

Dark Blue is a deep navy colour, a staple for those who don't like the harshness of black but still want a defining colour for their eyes. This particular shade is a stunning royal blue and the pigmentation is out of this world beautiful.

Bronze Amulet is the perfect middle ground of rustic gold and antiqued brown, sure to make any eye colour pop. This is great for spicing up your average Smokey eye and adding an element of light and gold.

Goddess Smokey is your typical matte black liner but with one big difference to most, it's extremely creamy so glides on effortlessly creating the blackest line ever. It is pitch black and doesn't have a grey undertone as some liners do so it's great for bold and smokey eye looks.

Each of these liners has a smudge brush on the end, perfect for smudging out the product and creating a smokey grunge look.

The thing I love most about the packaging is that they have coloured tips on the end, indicated which colour it is. This means that you can easily find the shade you want as they stand out in your makeup draw.

Also available in the range are eight more shades including an olive, green, purple, brown, medium blue and deep blue. So definitely look into those for more of a variety of colours.

These retail for $30 each and are available from the Eye of Horus website. My verdict is that they are definitely worth the price and I would highly recommend investing a couple of them.

Thanks for reading!