Thursday, October 22, 2015

Eye of Horus Baked Goddess Eyeshadow Palette Review

Eye of Horus, the Australian brand whose range of products are inspired by the Ancient Egyptians, have just released four new eye shadow palettes in cool and warm tones, one of which I was recently sent to try.

I received the Eye Of Horus Isis Sun Goddess Eye Shadow Palette* which is designed to 'tempt the inner goddess to come out' and contains three beautiful autumnal shades which retail at £22.50.

The three shades are all shimmers, representing the radiance of the sun befitting Isis the Sun Goddess. All Eye of Horus award winning eye shadow palettes are infused with sun-kissed precious metals to make one imagine the Egyptian deserts.

First is Enigma Mist a rose gold pink, followed by Chalice Bronze a sparkling bronze and finally Sacred Husk a light brown with golden undertones.  I must apologise in advance that my swatching skills are poor and the photo I had taken really doesn't do these shadows any justice and in frustration I have removed from this post.

Whilst testing this palette I was able to play around with various combinations on my eyes. Each can work as an all over lid shade with as I type this I want to say Enigma Mist is a favourite but then think but I loved Sacred Husk. Either way for those who like a bit of gold shimmer this is a great little palette to play with. You can also use these eye shadows wet which I can imagine would really ramp things up for those Christmas parties I'm starting to already see entering my diary. I've even found myself using the enclosed brush when I forgot to throw one of my regular ones in my make up bag. The Egyptian elements continue with ancient formulas such as Moringa Oil to provide a beautiful product.

The packaging of the Isis Sun Goddess Eye Shadow Palette maybe cardboard but it's hardy and beautiful decorated with images of the goddess herself, you even get a good sized mirror which works perfectly when I'm applying on the train.

As I was reading up I've seen you can also use this palette as a bronzer and highlighter so that's next on my list to try, as well as adding Sheba Mystical Goddess Palette to my collection.

Would you be keen to channel your inner Egyptian Goddess with these palettes?

*This post contains press samples

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  1. They look nice colours :-) hmmm may need more than eyeshadow to reveal my inner goddess lol - I'm not sure where it is, but I'll go and have a look lol xxx

  2. Lovely colours and I adore the packaging!


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