Review – Liquid Metals from Eye of Horus

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Eye of Horus is an Australian brand with a range of eye makeup based on Ancient Egyptian formulas, with ingredients including organic moringa oil claimed by the gods for its beautifying and regenerating powers.

The concept is that it’s designed to Awaken The Goddess Within ® every woman – a Goddess who knows she is beautiful the way she is, confident in herself and worthy of all the love in the world.

The award winning range of eye products is wax and oil based, and is paraben, nut and gluten free, is great for sensitive eyes and not tested on animals.

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The Eye Of Horus Liquid Metal Liners are long-wearing and smudge-proof. They’re so easy to apply. The brush is really fine and you can apply a thin line close to the lash or apply a little more pressure to broaden the brush stroke.

The colours are divine! I found it a real struggle to decide which to wear first. Available shades are:

  • ancient pewter
  • imperial bronze
  • alchemy gold
  • copper sphinx

I’ve always been a sucker for shiny shadows with golds and bronzes being my most used shades so these liners really hit the spot with me and they have different tones depending on the lighting.

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These liners really do stay on well and when I tested them on my hand they wouldn’t move with hand-wash, or cleanser. I had to use an oil based product and rub firmly. When I wore them all day they lasted the distance too and didn’t budge or smudge!

They’re infused with aloe vera leaf extract, lavender flower water and evening primrose oil that sooth the eyelid and give you the goddess look at the same time.

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I absolutely love them and to steal a phrase from a popular game – “you gotta catch ’em all”! They cost £16.50 each here.

Hazel

This post contains PR samples.

 

 

 

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