Eye of Horus cosmetics brings the beauty secrets of the Ancient Egyptians back to life with bold metallic colours and sacred formulas. Based in Byron Bay, Australia they have quickly become a cult brand amongst makeup lovers and many celebririties across the globe. 

Specialising in Eye products, their range has grown from mascaras and eyeliners to now brow products and eyeshadows. Unlike other products on the market they tell a story of where beauty began and bring it to us today with natural ingredients and no animal testing. Their packaging is lux at its best and the products themselves are of just as high quality. Made to make every woman feel like a goddess!


Here are my thoughts on the products I have been using recently. Plus some pretty pictures and some colour swatches for your reference!


Whether you have short or long, light or dark, straight or curled lashes- mascara is made to enhance your eyes. Though so many mascaras I have tried don’t do what they say they do. They are often to dry or thick. They clump rather than curl and have a tendency to smudge. The goddess mascara by Eye of Horus is an exception. It is as beautiful as its packaging and actually lives up to its description. Containing the natural ingredients of castor and moringa oil this mascara applies like a dream. A thin smooth formula which holds a curl well and dries quickly. The silicone brush ensures each lash in coated equally and the bristles are short enough to use on the inner corner and lower lash line. I love using this mascara as it feels like a treatment on my lashes and the babylon brown works well for an everyday natural look.



Liquid eye liners usually take a lot of practise and a very steady hand. Though with the liquid define liner this is not the case. It is easy to apply and not messy like typical liquid liners. It is shaped like a felt tip pen and creates a thin bold line effortlessly. It dries instantly preventing those annoying black rings on your eyelid too! Perfect for creating an Egyptian winged eye this liner is the definition of beauty. I’m typically a black eyeliner girl but really found the brown to be flattering for a more natural look. It works perfect with a brown smokey eye and paired with the Babylon brown mascara. 



Brow products have become more popular recently and we are starting to pay more attention to them in our makeup routines. Eye of Horus dual brow perfect is a 2 in 1 product featuring a slanted brow twist up pencil and mascara like setting gel. It has a unique rectangular shaped tip which I found worked quite well when shaping and filling in my brows. It adds the right amount of colour for natural definition and has a creamy formula. The gel on the other hand didn’t seem to set as well as I expected. Overall a very handy and unique brow product. I have never seen anything like it before!



If I had to choose just one makeup product to wear, it would be eyeliner. It can be used in many ways and can transform your entire look. I quickly fell in love with the smooth formula of the Eye of Horus pencils. They glided across my eyes and didn’t smudge throughout the day. The colours were very pigmented and gave a gorgeous metallic sparkle. The smudger on the end of the pencil is great to create a more subtle smokey look with ease. The length and amount of product is great and the packaging is on point. I couldn’t fault these at all, definitely a thumbs up from me!


Available in selected boutiques and through their website Eyeofhoruscosmetics.com, they’re products are easy to purchase and quite affordable. They only offer high standard cosmetic products and deliver excellent customer service. Make sure to sign up to their newsletter to receive product news, sale updates and more.



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