Just last month I received my special edition Eye of Horus Glamourbox. Through that box, I finally was able to try a product from Eye of Horus. The moment the brand became available in the Philippines, I was already curious about this and I became even more interested when I read some good reviews on their products.
Honestly, I found the products a bit expensive, that is why I quickly reserved a box when Glamourbox collaborated with Eye of Horus. I only paid for Php 695.00 for the whole box, and I know that most products from this brand is Php 900+, and I was happy that I was able to receive 2 full-size products from them. Good deal!
Anyway, I'll be blogging about one of the products from that box. It's the...
Eye of Horus Goddess Pencil
The shade I got is Teal Malachite.
Here's the product description from their website:
The product is the usual pencil type eyeliner. I like the design—all black with gold labels. Very classy!
This pencil also comes with a smudger.
The color is majestic! My sister loves teal and I think I'm beginning to like the color too.
The product is very pigmented. I got that color in just one swipe and it glided smoothly too.
It promises to be long-lasting so I tested it...
When I wipe the product several times
When I place it under running water
When I wiped it while wet
The product didn't easily smudge but it still faded in every test I did. It's not waterproof so I don't use it on my lids because I know it will just crease or smudge. I do apply it under the lower lash line which gives my eyes a striking look!
I was hoping that this would be a waterproof with super long-lasting features but even though it didn't meet my expectations, I still like it. It doesn't fade throughout the day when I wear it under my lower lash line and the pigmentation is just awesome!
And before I end this post, I'll just share with you the partner of the Goddess Pencil, the Precision Sharpener!
I also got it from the Glamourbox special edition. This is Php 295.00.
It's also black with gold design. I like how simple yet sleek it looks.
The packaging makes sharpening the pencils not messy.
Let's see how it works:
This is my ArtDeco eyeliner.
And voila! It sharpened the eyeliner beautifully. I don't like my pencils too sharp because it's uncomfortable when you apply it. Anyway, the sharpener works great. A little pricey but it is of good quality.
That's all for today! Have you tried any product from Eye of Horus? Which one/s?