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Eye of Horus
Goddess Mascara and Goddess Eyeliner Pencil
Ahhh, Australian cosmetics! I’ve long been a fan of Eye of Horus after trying (and falling in love with) their Goddess Mascara from the first ever Glamourbox I subscribed to – I believe it was even their pilot box. So it’d be three years now since I got acquainted with the brand yet I feel like it hasn’t been getting the spotlight it deserves. I guess it’s because their price range is a little on the steep side, but Cleopatra-centered brand marketing aside, I find their eye products – from the mascara to the eyeliners – very reliable a.k.a won’t leave you looking like a panda by midday. Glamourbox recently sent me a new tube of their Goddess Mascara (!!!!) along with a Goddess Pencil in the shade Teal Malachite.[one_half]
What I love about this mascara – a few good reasons. Very black, goes on evenly without any clumps even after 2 months opened, the finish is natural and never spidery-looking, lengthens well and does not weigh down the lashes. It doesn’t volumize like most volumizing mascaras do so if you’re looking for that, this may not be the one for you. But for natural, enhanced, accentuated lashes for everyday that doesn’t transfer or smudge – this is as good as it sounds. Let me just refer you to my photos below and see how my almost non-existent lashes are suddenly popping out of nowhere. My main problem with mascaras is their weight, my lashes never fail to be weighed down which is why you can never see them. Absolutely love that this Goddess mascara was able to keep my lash curls for the good duration of the day.[/one_half][one_half]
Goddess Eye Pencil
Teal I Found You
The eye pencils – such a hit for me as well. I like Pixi’s Endless Silky Eye Pens a lot – creamy, waterproof, smudgeproof but they are too creamy that they need to be sharpened after every use, sometimes even while you’re using them. These Goddess pencils are quite the same but although they’re creamy, they’re not melty. They glide like butter on the lids and last all day long. I only speak for Teal Malachite though, which is a beautiful name for a pencil, can I just say. Malachite is an ancient gemstone which symbolizes transformation – which is how I feel exactly when wearing Teal Malachite. Transformed. Malachite is also said to encourage change and emotional risk-taking – I guess I now know what to wear for motivation should I need to take risks and inspire change in my life. Ha![/one_half]
For their price point, PHP 995 ($23) each, I would feel hesitant to spend this much for an eye pencil or mascara at first. But having tried quite a few (okay, a lot of!) tubes of mascara and eyeliner pencils in the past years, I have had my fair shares of panda eyes more than I would have wanted. It’s hard to find reliable formulas especially in this tropical humidity that is
hell home not to mention my oily lids. So yes, I’m at the point where I feel like ‘investing’ in eye pencils and mascaras is not such a bad thing. Yes, there are cheaper options that may work for you so if it doesn’t leave you with horrible smudges by midday, then don’t mind me. But for those who are like me and have iffy~ eyes, I highly recommend Eye of Horus products.
At the moment, Glamourbox is having a 15% off discount on all Eye of Horus products! Use the code EOH GODDESS before checkout. Best time to try if you’re interested. Disclaimer: this isn’t a promotional code for my blog. I have no commission from any sales. This is purely for enabling purposes! Kidding. But yes, this isn’t an affiliate code and there are no affiliate links in this entry.
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