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Some lovely pretties from Eye of Horus to show you today!

Firstly the Isis Sun Goddess Eye Shadow Palette (£29.95).

 Eye of Horus Isis Sun Goddess Eye Shadow Palette

Eye of Horus Isis Sun Goddess Eye Shadow Palette

A trio of baked precious metal shades, Enigma Myst, Chalice Bronze and Sacred Husk all are sort of shimmery, but seem to hold the light. You can use them wet or dry but at the time of writing I’ve only used them dry.
Eye of Horus Isis Sun Goddess Eye Shadow Palette

With the palette you also get a handy little guide, I love guides!

Eye of Horus Isis Sun Goddess Eye Shadow Palette

They are incredibly soft and smooth to apply, a little dusty, but nothing problematic. The finish of these shadows is beautiful, they do glow. My problem with them is probably to do with my lack of finesse, but I find the colours are so similar that they merge into one and try as I might I can’t get them to look like the guide pictures at all. No matter, they are lovely.
Eye of Horus Isis Sun Goddess Eye Shadow Palette
I’ve been applying with a Eye of Horus brush, which I can’t find on the retailer’s site at the moment but it’s very nice, super soft, and picks up a good amount of product.

The other item I’ve been wearing a lot is the Nubian Goddess Pencil (£13). I already have the Teal one which I reviewed here. Nubian is a deep, matte brown.
Eye of Horus Nubian Goddess Pencil

Eye of Horus Nubian Goddess Pencil

A beautiful brown pencil that smudges like a dream, or stays put just where you want it.

Here’s how I’ve been wearing all of the above!

Eye of Horus Nubian Goddess Pencil

Eye of Horus Nubian Goddess Pencil

 

Very nice, I think the Eye of Horus Pencils are really spectacular and whilst the eye shadows are really lovely I think they are a little on the pricey side for three shadows in a cardboard container. I’d love to see what someone with real skill could do with them though!

The Eye of Horus range is available from the wonderful Cocktail Cosmetics.

*Disclosure – PR Samples*

3 responses to “Eye of Horus Isis Sun Goddess and Nubian Goddess Review”

  1. Simply Woman Mag says:

    They are nice enough colours but not something you couldn’t pick up from Inglot and design your own. Like you said it’s quite expensive for what you get which is basically 3 shimmery golds £10 each. Inglots are £4.50 each!

    Nicely reviewed though.

    Simply Woman Magazine

  2. Beauty's Bad Habit says:

    The packaging and branding for these is lovely! That brush looks great too, gotta love double ended brushes 🙂

  3. Marcela Gmd says:

    Beautiful look!!! Would you like to follow each other with GFC and Bloglovin?
    Besos, desde España, Marcela♥

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