Awaken your inner goddess with dramatic, fluttering, curled lashes. Eye of Horus Goddess Mascara curls, lengthens, volumises, and adds deep colour without irritating sensitive eyes. This natural product features botanical ingredients, which have been used in cosmetics since the days of the Ancient Egyptians.
Goddess Mascara is the recipient of the 2018 Beauty Shortlist Award, being named the Best Natural Mascara for Sensitive Eyes, and is a beauty favourite of makeup artists and beauty editors alike.
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Clump-proof and smudgeproof formula
Hourglass brush of flexible silicone curls and lengthens with ease
Strengthens and conditions
Jet-black pigments provide bold colour
Free of parabens and not tested on animals
Moringa Oil is an Ayurvedic skin care staple. This oil is nutrient-dense and packed full of protective antioxidants to fight free radical damage. Moringa also has soothing and calming properties, making it ideal for those who have sensitivities. Steeped in history, this ingredient has been used for centuries in Ancient Egypt. Legend has it that people used to be buried with bottles of Moringa Oil because it was so revered. It softens lashes and feeds them vital nutrients.
Beeswax is used in mascara to prevent oils from breaking down from heat and humidity. Ultimately, Beeswax helps prevent your mascara from smudging or running.
Rice Bran acts as an emollient, providing nourishment and softness to brittle eyelashes.
Wiggle the lash applicator brush and apply in upward strokes, from root to tip.
Apply a second coat whilst lashes are still wet, if desired.
This beautifully formulated mascara is recommended for those with sensitive eyes, contact-lens wearers, and people who have brittle eyelashes in need of some extra TLC. Fans of naturally derived ingredients will want this as a makeup bag essential, as well as anyone who wants to bring out her inner goddess!
We recommend using your favourite eye makeup remover, cleansing oil, or cleansing balm to gently melt the makeup away. You can also use a damp cotton cloth. Just take care not to rub or pull around the eyes, as that may one day create fine lines.–