This premium satin lipstick is made of natural ingredients, vegan and 98% derived from nature. It contains marine botanicals and sacred oils for lip nourishment. The eco-friendly packaging is biodegradable.
Product reviews from our experts…
This versatile pink lipstick shade quickly became a staple in my routine, providing a burst of radiance to the complexion. I love their sustainable yet attractive packaging and use of nourishing oils to keep the lips hydrated.
I love their wide reaching impact whether that’s their clever, sustainable (yet luxurious) design through packaging, clean ingredients and the terracycle program or giving back to a variety of causes such as cancer foundations, etc. I also love that they are members of CCF.
Creamy, without being heavy, this Eye of Horus Goddess Lipstick is a dream to wear. The shape of the lipstick fits really neatly on to your lips, making it very easy to apply precisely. Nourishing and comfortable, with a big burst of colour. This lipstick is one of my favourites.
I’m most impressed by the Eye of Horus packaging of this lipstick – it’s so unique. I also admire their partnership with charity i=change and donating $1 from every online order to the customer’s chosen charity within i=change’s group of partners. Plus their work with Look Good Feel Better.
My first impressions, before even trying the lipstick, was how luxe the lipstick bullet looks and how it is made from eco-friendly packaging. This is a prime example of an innovative brand that proves you don’t have to compromise on style or design to be truly sustainable. The lipstick is smooth and creamy and deposits the perfect amount of colour for a natural finish. The formula itself feels so lightweight but thanks to the seed oils it is also nourishing and keeps my lips looking conditioned and soft.
I love that Eye of Horus doesn’t settle and that they review and re-formulate their older products to increase their natural percentage and continue to make them better. I love their commitment to constant improvement and that they are bringing production to Byron Bay and keeping things local.