Eye of Horus is a very popular brand mostly because of their variety of eyeliner pencils. Recently, they launched their new range of lipsticks and sent me 2 out of 6 shades.
About the Eye of Horus
I am pretty sure, everyone is aware of the brand but also here is a little bit of information about them.
Eye of Horus is an Australian award-winning brand. Their various range of eye makeup is focused on formulas of the Ancient Egyptians, the originators of beauty and mystique, with sacred ingredients including Organic Moringa Oil “Oil of the Pharaohs”, claimed by the gods for its beautifying and regenerating powers and the ancient oil of Castor Oil.
Eye of Horus is inspired by the ancient Egyptians eye makeup looks who believed that it offered magical power and protection to the wearer. They lined their eyes with black Kohl, creating an almond-shaped eye – The Eye of Horus – which was believed to protect their eyes as well as providing a statement of beauty.
Their cosmetic range focuses on ancient ingredients to deliver the highest quality and performing products eye products that are wax and oil based, paraben-free, great for sensitive eyes and not tested on animals.
About the new range of lipsticks
Their new lipstick collection is 100% vegan, cruelty-free, made with organic & natural ingredients such as Dictyoperis Oil.
The packaging is made of eco-friendly recyclable, biodegradable card containers. Therefore, they are light-weight & travel-friendly.
Freya – Fiery and sensual. Passionate rose tones attract and captivate. Aurora – Known as the New Dawn Goddess. Warm peach tones inspired by the first light of dawn.
Here are the swatches.
Now let’s talk about are these worth trying or not.
I don’t like to drag much. I know rumbling too much would make you feel bored. So without talking further, I would like to point out the pros & cons.
- Creamy & highly pigmented,
- Light-weight, doesn’t feel heavy on the lips
- Doesn’t make lips crake as it contains natural moisturiser
- Gives the lips such a stunning look with slightly vibrant colour, though the swatches look more subtle
- Has little shine which looks so pretty and makes the look more elegant
Only one con that is it’s not long lasting which is understandable as they’re creamy.
I really liked the colour payoff. On the lips, it looks more likely lip chapstick with more radiant colour. Also, as they’re highly pigmented, so, it’s really easy to apply. Lastly, I am loving using them more often because of the formula which is so satisfying. Also, as it was winter a few days back here in Australia, my lips were so dry but these lipsticks gave my lips nourishing & hydrating feeling with a gorgeous colour. Even now in the spring I am slaying with them.