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Eye of Horus – Complexion Duo Universal



This 100% natural mineral bronzer and blush powder duo is enriched with Moringa Oil, Desert Clay and Goldenseal for long-lasting colour and skin benefits. Made in Byron Bay, the refillable compact is crafted using Zinc Alloy and customizable refill pans, with recyclable and compostable packaging.

Formulated with excellent clean ingredients, including moringa oil and desert clay.
Eye of Horus produces 100% natural or close-to-natural makeup products that are free from harmful chemicals such as parabens, synthetic fragrances and gluten. They are also certified child-labour-free and are members of Choose Cruelty Free, ensuring that their products are not tested on animals. The brand has been re-formulating their older products to increase their natural percentage and their recent product launches have been locally made in Byron Bay, Australia, with some past manufacturers located in Italy, Korea, and Taiwan.
Eye of Horus uses post-consumer recycled materials, glass, and metals for packaging, as well as refillable options. In addition, they offer a recycling program through a partnership with TerraCycle. Eye of Horus produces products in small batches to minimize waste and pledges to achieve the Government 2025 Packaging Targets with sustainable materials. They use plain cardboard boxes and biodegradable or paper packaging materials for shipping. The Byron Bay office also contributes to sustainability by not using coffee pods and purchasing sustainable toiletries.
Eye of Horus has a partnership with charity i=change and donates $1 from every online order to the customer's chosen charity within i=change's group of partners, which include Protect A Woman, Support A Child, and Clean The Sea. The brand also donates products to cancer charity Look Good Feel Better for their makeup workshops and supports other local Australian charities by donating products for their events.

Product reviews from our experts…


The gold packaging and weighty feel of this compact spells sophistication. I like that the pans are replaceable, meaning easy customisation and less waste. The colour pay-off is impressive and I loved having both a bronzer and blush (which also works as a pearlescent eyeshadow) to travel with!

I love their wide reaching impact whether that’s clever, sustainable, yet luxurious design through their packaging, clean ingredients, terracycle program, giving back to a variety of causes such as cancer foundations, etc. I also love that they are members of CCF.

–Neha Hobson


This luxe compact has everything you need to create a glowing and healthy complexion. The powders are highly pigmented, so a little bit goes a long way, and it blends like a dream. I don’t just reserve them for the face but also use them as eyeshadows and it creates such a natural and sun-kissed look which I love. The refillable compact is more like a work of art or an heirloom which could be passed down to future generations than just another compact. The fact that it is refillable also means you have the option of buying and trying other shades in the future so you aren’t locked in to one colour.

I love that they produce their products in small batches. This is such a smart decision, not just from a business perspective so they can measure the success of their products and what to reorder, but from an environmental standpoint so there is less waste. It is also music to my ears that they are now making their new product launches locally in Byron Bay- this is fantastic and I love that this helps our local economy thrive by keeping the production process in Australia.

–Marisa Robinson


This is such a wonderful luxurious product. Not only the gorgeous refillable packaging but the texture and pigment of the powders are divine. An absolute go-to in the makeup bag.

Eye of Horus is such a leader in the sustainable and ethical beauty space! It’s clear through their ingredient choice, packaging, refill products, charity connections and more this is a brand truly committed to the wellbeing of people, animals and the planet.

–Ash Quinn

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